Energy guarantees of origin (GOO) will be an essential instrument in the context of the Commission’s forthcoming legislative proposals on the regulatory framework for facilitating the emerging low and renewable carbon hydrogen market and a concomitant substantial decrease in GHG emissions. GOOs will be required to enable customers to determine the source of, and above all GHG content of, the hydrogen they purchase. They will be important in facilitating trade and in developing a liquid EU-wide hydrogen market. GOOs should cover all forms of renewable and low-carbon hydrogen, on an objective life-cycle basis.
Additionality is a key requirement for the renewables based electricity to be used by electrolysers to produce renewable hydrogen. Additionality could be defined as the requirement that renewables-based electricity used [...]
China has always upheld multilateralism and has advocated the use of multilateral mechanisms to jointly address global climate change issues. This paper discusses what China does and why, and how [...]
Around 75% of European cargo transport operations in terms of ton-kilometers are performed by trucks, which, in turn, entail massive environmental and societal impacts. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, road [...]