Hydrogen Talk at #GIEAnnualConference 2021🇪🇺

#Hydrogen Infrastructure in Europe needs to be developed from scratch, that's a crucial point discussed at @GIEBrussels Annual Conference. A. Wietfeld, #GSE President, reviewed market development in different regions with the experts.

#GIE21 sagt Danke für die anregenden Diskussionen in Luzern! Ákos Kriston, CEO at Hungarian #Gas Storage & György Berze from HEXUM Földgáz are delighted to welcome you in Budapest next April for #GIE22. Találkozunk Budapesten! #GIEBacktogether21

Last but not least, let´s talk about #decarbonisation of transport! Arno Büx from @FluxysGroup is leading the discussion onsite. #GIEBacktogether21 #GIE21

Nice to be #backtogether. #Hydrogen is the main topic at the @GIE Annual Conference. All parties agree that innovation will play a key role. #GASCADE can only agree and contributes with its offshore hydrogen project AquaDuctus and the Eastern German hydrogen hub #doinghydrogen.


#Hydrogen at #GIE21: Green, blue or turquoise?
Now live discussion with Anne-Sophie Corbeau from @ColumbiaUEnergy, Niko Bosnjak from #EuropeanHydrogenBackbone, Peter Claes from @IFIEC_Europe, @wgroenendijk from Gate Terminal & Vittorio Musazzi from H2GAR #GIEBacktogether21

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RED II Implementing Rules for voluntary schemes – Union Database

GIE – together with EBA, EFET, Eurogas, ENTSOG, GD4S, GERG, NGVA and SEA LNG – published a coalition letter to the European Commission on the proposed RED II implementing rules for voluntary schemes laying down provisions of the Union database.

The associations want to raise awareness that the text must be applicable to gaseous fuels. We ask for clarification on definitions and terminology for gas infrastructure, as well as establishing a link between Guarantees of Origin (GOs) and sustainability certificates.

You can find the Joint Letter here.