Evolving a cross-border ecosystem with renewable hydrogen

Evolving a cross-border ecosystem with renewable hydrogen
The role of the research in the NAHV ecosystem as a part of GIMS Connect Roadshow 2023 in Trieste
Palace of the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia On 14th November 2023, the topic “The role of the research in the NAHV ecosystem” organised...
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NAHV at EU Hydrogen Research Days 2023 in Brussels, 15-16th November 2023
The EU Hydrogen Research Days will be organized by the Clean Hydrogen JU on 15-16th November 2023. The aim of the Hydrogen Research Days is to present...
Video: Hydrogen Valleys in Europe The Clean Hydrogen Partnership recently published a video about the Hydrogen Valleys in Europe and the importance...
The NAHV Media Task Force, composed of representatives of all the partners, was initiated on 26th October
Jurij Giacomelli, META Circularity’s CEO, during the presentation of the initial steps of the MTF on...
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Highlight reel from the Kick-off meeting
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Institutional welcome and press conference
On the photo from the left: Tina Seršen, State Secretary of Energy in the Ministry of the Environment,...
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Origins of the transnational cooperation
Discover more information about the North Adriatic Hydrogen Valley (NAHV), a Horizon Europe project supported...
REPowering the EU with Hydrogen Valleys
The Clean Hydrogen Partnership invests EUR 105.4 million for funding 9 Hydrogen Valleys across Europe...
Pioneering the hydrogen future NAHV project receives green light
  Ljubljana, 26 July 2023 – Holding Slovenske Elektrarne (HSE), the leading partner in the North...

North Adriatic Hydrogen Valley

The North Adriatic Hydrogen Valley – NAHV project builds on the LoI signed in March 2022 by representatives of the Slovenian Ministry of Infrastructure, Croatian Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development and Friuli Venezia Giulia (FVG) Autonomous Region in Italy, contributing to the European Green Deal and European Hydrogen Strategy goals. The project’s high-level objective is the creation of a hydrogen-based economic, social and industrial ecosystem based on the capacity of the quadruple helix actors. This will drive economic growth, generating new job opportunities in the framework of both the green and digital transitions and, by creating the conditions for wider EU replicability, it will contribute to the creation of a European Hydrogen Economy…

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Stephen J. Taylor, Strategic Coordinator, Joint Working Group

NAHV's objectives and ambition

Renewable Hydrogen is universally considered to be an important energy vector for combating climate change.
It enables the decarbonization of hard-to-abate sectors, acting as a no emission fuel with a vast potential for industrial development and job creation. Its benefits are also acknowledged through the many dedicated national hydrogen (H2) strategies that have been published globally in recent years. Simultaneously, the emergence of a hydrogen market economically stimulates regions where hydrogen is produced, and associated technologies are deployed by creating new jobs and showcasing the regions as environmental forerunners…