East European Association for the Development of the Hydrogen Economy
The Association is an open-ended non-governmental organization whose members share the goal of creating a new pan-European energy system based on the widespread use of renewable energy and clean hydrogen. The members of the Association strongly contribute to the development of renewable hydrogen energy projects in the countries of Eastern Europe, in particular in Ukraine, which are an integral part of the pan-European energy system. The members of the Association carry out their activity in cooperation with a wide range of interested European governmental institutions and public organizations, commercial companies, leading specialists.
About us
Understanding current trends to improve the environmental situation, the East European Association for the Development of the Hydrogen Economy and the German Association of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells - Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellen-Verband (DWV) started the Ukrainian-German Business Dialogue.
About the association
Understanding current trends to improve the environmental situation, the East European Association for the Development of the Hydrogen Economy and the German Association of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells - Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellen-Verband (DWV) started the Ukrainian-German Business Dialogue.

Germany needs significant amounts of green hydrogen to reach its 2030 climate targets. Therefore, the German government has started negotiations with several interested countries on the possibility of supplying "green hydrogen".

The Eastern European Association for the Development of the Hydrogen Economy and the German Association of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells are convinced that Ukraine and the countries of Eastern Europe have excellent opportunities to provide Germany and the European Union with "green hydrogen". Now, this potential needs to be used strategically to increase economic growth and job creation in Ukraine.

Due to its existing gas transportation system and ammonia pipeline to Odessa, combined with shipping through the Danube, Ukraine has significant economic and temporary competitive advantages over many other countries for the successful sale of green hydrogen produced in Ukraine.

That is why the Association was created to unite the efforts of economics, politics, science and public figures. This has helped to unite like-minded people in the development and development of renewable energy, both in Ukraine and in other countries of Western and Eastern Europe.

By creating such a competent center, it will enable other Eastern European countries to learn from their experience and to implement similar projects in their respective territories.

Eastern European Association for the Development of the Hydrogen Economy, Public Association, established in Kyiv, 2019


Members of the board
Olexander Pylypenko
Chairman of the Board
Yevgen Mykhalchenko
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Members of the association
UKRSTALKONSTRUCTION Holding
INDUSTRIAL GROUP Consortium
AT KYIVPROPAN
GAS
PRT Communication
Group
TMM
ENERGO
Federation of Employers of Ukraine
Union of Chemists of Ukraine
KNESS
Autoalliance is an
investor
Vasil Kisil & Partners
Law Company
PJSC Dneprovsky Plant of Metal Structures named after Babushkin Factory
Possibilities of Ukraine hydrogen economy
1
GDP growth
The driver of growth of a new carbon-free economy and guaranteed GDP growth
(up to 3% per year)
2
Guaranteed buyer
The emergence of a Western-bound buyer of green hydrogen opens up the opportunity to multiply the growth of RES investment up to 120 GW ≈ 140 billion by 2030.
3
Startup investment
Initial investment by German and European businesses in pilot projects to build hydrogen capacity and hybrid RES will amount to 2.1 billion Euros
4
Improvement of foreign trade position
The development of the hydrogen economy in Ukraine will dramatically improve the foreign trade balance by reducing hydrocarbon imports
5
Improving relations between Ukraine and the EU
Ukraine and the EU will connect a powerful harness of mutual energy and economic interests on the basis of the development of hydrogen energy
6
The risk of territorial integrity of Ukraine is decreasing
Reduces the risk of Ukraine's territorial integrity, as electrical installations, wind farms and SES are predominantly located in the southern regions
7
New high paying jobs are being created
New high-paying jobs are being created and a large number of Ukrainian companies are participating, which will be involved in the development of hydrogen cooperation with German firms
8
There are no financial risks for Ukraine
The medium-term technical and economic problems of Ukraine's energy transition to a new generation trend are significantly mitigated. Ukraine would not apply any financial support mechanisms to renewable energy
9
Energy Independence of Ukraine
The development of the hydrogen economy in the country in the next decade will facilitate the realization of energy independence from the purchases of natural gas, nuclear fuel, gasoline and diesel
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