Les stratégies nationales hydrogène

This Working Paper on hydrogen is part of a series of publications by the World Energy Council focused on Innovation. It was developed in collaboration with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and PwC.

It focuses on exploring the national hydrogen strategies being increasingly published globally to support hydrogen development. It builds onto the Council’s German Member Committee’s report looking at national hydrogen strategies that was published in September 2020, and further explores the different hydrogen stories emerging between countries and regions.

Significant divergences are emerging across countries and regions, as national hydrogen strategies reveal varying attitudes towards hydrogen’s role in energy transitions. This signals a need to embrace diversity – eliminating a one size fits all mindset – and enable differing technologies and use cases to be explored

This present work provides an overview of these divergences for a better understanding of hydrogen development worlwide in developping the following topics :

  • the global state of play of national hydogen strategies
  • the priority sectors across countries
  • the policy tools currently implemented

Here the link to the National Hydrogen Strategies Working Paper