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The European Biogas Association (EBA)  has been campaigning for greater recognition and regulatory support for the production of  biohydrogen.

As the European Union moves toward the establishment of a single market for energy, it is at a critical point in the development of laws governing the future of biohydrogen.  Biohydrogen is an innovative product, and the regulatory framework lacks drivers to reach commercial maturity. The targets set under REDIII for industry and transport focus on hydrogen from RFNBOs, actively discriminating against biohydrogen. The Directive does not feature to date an inclusive definition of renewable hydrogen covering all possible production pathways, such as raw biogas and biomethane steam reforming.” 

Giulia Cancian, EBA Secretary General,

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