Yves Desbazeille on the problems and future of the nuclear industry in Ukraine and Europe
The bills will help decarbonize the European gas market and create a hydrogen one.
The project, dubbed HyGreen Teesside, aims to produce 60 MWe (megawatt electrical input) of so-called "green" hydrogen.
It will start drafting the document after working out the proposals of the interested parties.
The EC can recognize investments in gas and nuclear power plants as ‘green’.
Projects for the production and supply of green hydrogen from Ukraine to the EU have already been launched.