The Hungarian National Hydrogen Strategy (hereinafter the Strategy) is an ambitious but realistic forward-looking vision that paves the way for the development of the hydrogen economy, thus contributing to the decarbonisation of the country and also creating the opportunity for Hungary to become an active player in the European hydrogen space.
To reduce "grey" hydrogen, the first zero-carbon (or low-carbon) hydrogen production pilot plants could be up and running by 2030, with commissioning in the 2020s. increase the use of low-carbon hydrogen and carbon-free hydrogen based on electrolysis. By 2050, the industrial use of hydrogen could be largely decarbonized.
The overall objective of the Transport Strategy is to move to clean modes of transport, accelerate the transition to clean modes of transport, partly through the use of hydrogen and in parallel with a phase-out of diesel consumption, with a focus on vehicles heavy goods transport. Also reducing the carbon footprint of truck transport through the use of hydrogen, and the expansion of hydrogen mobility to urban bus transport and waste transport, and therefore hydrogen refueling infrastructure.
The price of Hydrogen in Hungary is about 4500 HUF / KG, although in a limited way and with a great shortage of existing supply points in the country
Average Price of Hydrogen in Hungary in
Average Price of Hydrogen in Hungary in is
Historical prices of Average Hydrogen Prices in Hungary