Gas infrastructures operators are ready to boost the uptake #H2 technologies. We can do that with our existing pipelines, #undergroundstorage & #LNG terminals.

This is how we can contribute 👇
& the policy levers needed: https://bit.ly/3D7sXSc

@TorbenBrabo #energyif2021

GIE President @TorbenBrabo was live at #energyif2021 👇
He stressed that flexibility brought by #undergroundstorage shouldn't be underestimated.
They play a crucial role in ensuring affordable flexibility for EU citizens.

Our study ➡️https://bit.ly/3l6xQ6O

Here we go for the 7th #energyif2021!
Thank you @csikow for your inspiring leadership.

Gas infrastructure operators stand ready to contribute with #renewable & low-carbon solutions. We can be the backbone of the new integrated & decarbonised #energysystem by 2030.

How #hydrogen blending can help deliver the @EU_Commission H2 strategy❓

And what are the #policylevers that can trigger blending’s potential❓

The answers to all your questions:
👉https://bit.ly/3cIo7yX

Renewable gases are a key asset for decarbonisation and can play a crucial role in helping the EU to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. 💡

#Gas4future #Fitfor55

To know more about the contribution of renewable gases please check our Factsheet ➡️

https://gasnaturally.eu/publication/renewable-gases-factsheet/

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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.