🌟Light on #Women!
 
I recently had the privilege of discussing women's #leadership & career development with @EUI_FSR.
 
Discover career development advice & enter the backstages of the EU #energytransition.
 
The interview ➡

GIE Secretary General @AchovskiBoyana joined ACER & industry leaders at @Eurogas_Eu conference, Ljubljana 🇸🇮

We discussed the region's security of supply & #gas infrastructure's solutions👇

How to get ready for next winter(s)?
What does the region's #energytransition look like?

GIE News! @ligparada steps over Arno Büx & becomes the new #GLE President. He brings solid expertise from holding various energy leader positions.

He succeeds Arno Büx, who, with this role, greatly contributed to EU energy security & #decarbonisation with #LNGterminals.

Greener Gases Storage is getting real: @uniper_energy #HyStorage's 1st test phase is successful!

Congrats to GIE members for achieving this milestone in EU's #decarbonisation.

Testing will proceed with @OpenGridEurope @RAGAustriaAG @SEFEGmbH & #NAFTA.

https://bit.ly/3Ta2ix8

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SunsHyne Corridor initiative

By: Snam, TAG, Eustream, NET4GAS and OGE.

SunsHyne Corridor is a strategic infrastructure initiative that will enable the transport of green hydrogen from production areas in North Africa to demand centres in Central Europe. Five leading European gas transmission system operators – Snam, TAG, Eustream, NET4GAS and OGE – are working together to implement this important segment of the European Hydrogen Backbone to provide the energy market with a sustainable solution – still available and affordable green hydrogen.

The corridor consists of mainly repurposed pipelines – a share of 86 % -and stretches over 3400 km. The project aims to be operational by 2030, which will enable hydrogen import from high-potential hydrogen production areas to expected demand centres in Southern Germany and along the route in Italy, Austria, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic.

The project could make a significant contribution to REPowerEU’s target of importing 10 million tonnes of green hydrogen into the EU by 2030. The SunsHyne Corridor initiative is open for cooperation with hydrogen producers, large hydrogen consumers and other gas infrastructure companies to implement a hydrogen value chain in Central Europe. More information is available on the web www.SunsHyneCorridor.eu