Heating technologies are ready for or can be easily replaced with #hydrogen in buildings and will provide a stable demand. 🏡

Gaseous solutions can put us on the pathway towards climate-neutral residential heating by 2050. 🇪🇺

#Fitfor55

More here ➡️

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📣2021 was a #RecordBreaking year for #biomethane production.

This #renewable fuel is part of #EUGreenDeal's allies:
✅available today
✅can be used in the existing #gasinfrastructure
✅boosting the whole economy's #decarbonisation

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Gaseous solutions in residential heating offer tangible benefits:

🔀 decarbonisation wins by replacing coal and oil
🧩 complement intermittent #renewables production
⚙️ efficient & reliable infrastructure

#FitFor55

Find out about more benefits here 💡

https://bit.ly/3KvABKe

📣Why gas-based generation needs to be in the #EUTaxonomy

Read the statement we co-signed with @SugarEurope @cepi @COGENEurope @FEDIOL_EU @GEODE_EU @GIEBrussels @Eurogas_Eu @EUTurbines @StarchEurope 👇

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Grab your chance to reconnect face-to-face with experts from the #EU institutions, #energy industry, academics, media, investors... And many more.

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GIE Annual Conference 2022: Register now! Together for a secure, efficient
& sustainable energy supply.
Together for a secure, efficient
& sustainable energy supply.
Together for a secure, efficient
& sustainable energy supply.
Together for a secure, efficient
& sustainable energy supply.
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Welcome!

Gas Infrastructure Europe (GIE) is the association representing the interests of European gas infrastructure operators. Our members are active in transmission, storage and regasification via LNG terminals. They work and innovate with renewable and low-carbon molecules, including hydrogen, natural gas and biogases.

Gathering 67 industry entities from 26 EU countries, we hear out and embody the multiple decarbonisation pathways of the different regions of Europe.

We believe that by 2050, the gas infrastructure will be the new innovative energy system’s backbone, allowing EU citizens and industries to benefit from a secure, cost-effective and sustainable energy supply.

Torben Brabo
GIE President

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NEWS

Latest GIE headlines from Europe
and around the world.

Record-breaking year for biomethane production shows EBA/GIE Biomethane Map 2021

The biomethane industry smashed all records in 2021: Europe counts now with 1,023 production plants. Considering the decarbonisation potential of biomethane, this figure is a steppingstone for the decarbonisation of […]

System Development Map 2020/2021 published by ENTSOG and GIE

The 10th edition of the System Development map, illustrating existing and planned gas infrastructure and gas capacities in 2020-2021, was developed by the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Gas […]

GIE Position Paper on the Additionality Principle

Renewable Fuels of Non-Biological Origin (RFNBOs), especially hydrogen, will play a crucial role in our future energy system. Straightforward, market-based, well-functioning and non-discriminatory rules on the conditions under which RFNBOs […]

Slide “To deliver the ultimate decarbonisation goal, a future-proof solution is needed. And the gas infrastructure remains a pillar component of such an action plan. Today, we are already teaming up with the wind and solar power generation. By doing so, we will massively contribute to accelerating the deployment of renewable hydrogen in the soon future thanks to our technical capacities and ability to innovate.” Boyana Achovski, GIE Secretary General

Slide “The existing gas infrastructure represents a valuable asset for the development of the hydrogen value chain within the EU.” Frans Timmermans - Executive Vice-President

Slide “Europe’s extensive gas infrastructure can be retrofitted and future proofed to one day transport hydrogen across the EU.” Kadri Simson – Commissioner Energy

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