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Hydrogen Stations in austria in

Hydrogen Stations in austria in

Austria has ambitions to become the leader in hydrogen use in Europe. The government is preparing a national hydrogen strategy1 which is currently out for public consultation. Its NECP (National Energy and Climate Programme) considers renewable hydrogen "a key technology for the integration of the sector". a key technology for sector integration and coupling" and includes a specific target for hydrogen consumption based on renewable electricity of electricity-based renewable hydrogen consumption of 1.1 TWh (4 PJ) in 2030. New regulatory and financial measures are announced to pave the way to pave the way for renewable hydrogen in the industrial, construction and transport sectors, covering the entire value chain from production value chain from generation to storage, transport, distribution and final consumption.

Austria is in a favourable position due to its current investments in hydrogen research and pilot and demonstration projects, as well as in demonstration projects, as well as in infrastructure, e.g. hydrogen refuelling stations, transport and delivery, and in the potential IPCEI project. infrastructure with the potential IPCEI Green Hydrogen @ Blue Danube project, decarbonisation of the steel industry, hydrogen production from renewable sources, etc. production of hydrogen from renewable sources, etc. Austria also participated in the HyLaw project, which identified and evaluated the main which identified and assessed the main regulatory barriers in order to prioritise measures to address them.

The PNEC does not include sectoral hydrogen targets, but more detailed sub-targets and strategies and measures. can be elaborated in the forthcoming hydrogen strategy document.

Two scenarios (high and low) for hydrogen demand in 2020-2030 have been developed, based on different levels of Ambition in relation to the national context. In the case of Austria, a significant development of hydrogen demand in transport is assumed, mainly for passenger cars, buses, trucks and trains, and to a limited extent in aviation (by means of hydrogen-based liquid fuels or power to liquid) and in inland navigation2


The annual cost of green hydrogen production (including the cost of dedicated renewable sources of electricity), for the The development of transport infrastructure (or retrofitting of existing infrastructure) and end-use applications, in the considered scenario. The scenarios amount to 350 and 1.1 billion euros, respectively. These activities generate added value in the Value added in the national economy, including through job creation in hydrogen production, construction and exploitation. Technologies and contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

In Austria there are currently 5 hydrogen fuelling stations open to the public.

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List of hydrogen refueling stations in austria

OMVAndechsstraße 836020Innsbruck
OMVOstbahnstraße 108041Graz
OMVIZ NÖ Süd Straße Objekt 9 42351Wiener Neudorf
OMVShuttleworthstraße 101210Wien
OMVAn der Bundesstraße 14481Asten

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