The Polish hydrogen strategy and accompanying documents (including an analysis of the potential of hydrogen technologies in Poland until 2030 with a perspective until 2040 and an environmental impact assessment) have been published on the website of the Ministry of Climate and Environment.
The hydrogen strategy sets goals by 2030:
- Installed capacity of the installation for the production of low-emission hydrogen: 50 MW by 2025 and 2 GW by 2030;
- Number of hydrogen stations: min. 32 by 2025;
Creation of the Hydrogen Valley Innovation Ecosystem
- Development of a legislative hydrogen package in 2022 and 2023 - regulations specifying the details of the functioning of the market, implementing EU law in this area and implementing a system of incentives for the production of low-emission hydrogen.
- In total, in the period 2021-2030, the necessary investment outlays related to the implementation of hydrogen technologies in public transport along with the necessary infrastructure and the achievement of the assumed capacity of installations from low-emission sources at the level of 2GW will amount to approx. PLN 11 billion.
Source: The Ministry of Climate and Environment.