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Green hydrogen to receive boost from EU ETS

Reforms to EU ETS coverage and free allocation rules will increase costs for conventional, emissions intense hydrogen producers while providing additional incentives for their low and zero carbon hydrogen counterparts.

The 2023 update of the EU ETS directive widened the coverage of hydrogen production sites that emit CO2. Previously, only installations with production capacity of 25 tonnes per day were included. With the latest reform, this threshold was reduced to 5 ton...

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