Green hydrogen is necessary to regulate intermittent renewable electricity sources
Europe has set ambitious targets for renewable energy use. By 2030, 32% of the EU's energy demand and 50% of the electricity will have to come from renewable sources. However, renewable energy sources, such as wind or sun, are not permanently available to be converted into electricity. Hydrogen can play an essential role in storing, supplementing and balancing intermittent supply by providing a flexible electricity balancing service.