Greece is one of the European countries actively promoting the use of hydrogen as a clean energy source. The country has set a target of having 40,000 hydrogen-powered vehicles on its roads by 2030 and is investing in the development of hydrogen infrastructure.
Several projects are currently underway to produce and distribute hydrogen in Greece, including the creation of a hydrogen refuelling network and the establishment of a green hydrogen plant in the city of Volos.
The price of hydrogen in Greece will depend on production costs, which are influenced by factors such as the cost of electricity, the availability of water and the cost of equipment. As the hydrogen market is still developing in Greece, the price of hydrogen may be higher than other more established energy sources such as petrol or diesel.
Average Price of Hydrogen in Greece in
Average Price of Hydrogen in Greece in is
Historical prices of Average Hydrogen Prices in Greece