The initial legal situation for symbiotic valorisation of renewable hydrogen and related national, European policy/regulatory framework will be characterised. Additional targeted outcomes are information on permit requirements and best case b2b contract options.
The companies involved and the stakeholders are fully aware of the potential benefits of industrial symbiosis and are capable of collaborating in this framework (HSE/CSR impact). Cross-company and RTD expert task forces will elaborate the symbiotic options to in cooperate all stakeholders.
The different technical options of the symbiosis will be evaluated by technical process studies and cost-benefit analysis to yield general economic data (payback, ROI, etc.) and completed with information on available co-financing at national/regional/local level.
Renewable hydrogen imposes the possibility of long-term energy storage, the hybridization of the energy system leading to a higher flexibility and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions when renewable electricity is applied.