In Ireland there are only a few hydrogen filling stations. However, the Irish government has pledged to increase the number of hydrogen stations in the country as part of its effort to reduce carbon emissions and transition to cleaner energy sources.
Two operational hydrogen refueling stations are planned in Ireland, both located in Dublin. One is operated by the Irish energy company BOC and the other by the car manufacturer Hyundai. In addition, there are plans to build another three hydrogen stations in Ireland, one in Cork and another two in Dublin.
The public policy of Ireland to create the bases of the production chain of H2V and its derivatives is aligned with the strategies of the European Union. Several projects for the design and development of hydrogen refueling stations for light and heavy vehicles associated with transport fleets are already underway in Ireland.
Domestically produced hydrogen increases energy security instead of relying on imports. Ireland has the potential to become an energy exporter with a hydrogen price in Ireland that can be around €10/kg.
Average Price of Hydrogen in Ireland in
Average Price of Hydrogen in Ireland in is
Historical prices of Average Hydrogen Prices in Ireland