Webinar: Understanding renewable gases, hydrogen and power-to-gas: empowering consumers to make informed choices

Decarbonising the EU’s energy system and ramping up our renewable energy use are critical to reach climate objectives. The route to decarbonisation can take many forms, though biogas, biomethane and clean hydrogen are likely to feature in most of the pathways. The smart integration of renewables, energy efficiency and all possible sustainable solutions across sectors will help to achieve a cost-efficient decarbonisation and ensure the reliability and flexibility of the energy systems.

Overall the session will discuss sector coupling and sector integration technologies, including the production of hydrogen, and explore possible solutions for the decarbonisation of the gas sector. Apart from addressing possible regulatory and market barriers to develop this, it will explain what the renewable gas, the green gas etc. mean to a wider public. It will also address how to improve the Guarantees of Origin (GOs) system across the Union so that the consumer-driven part of the energy transition can push forward.


This session is part of the EU Sustainable Energy Week - Beyond the Crisis: Clean Energy for Green Recovery and Growth. For more information about the session, follow the link.


Monday, June 29, 2020