Serbia’s hydrogen strategy: 100 MW of hydrogen capacity
to be developed by 2030
The first phase of Serbia’s hydrogen transition, until 2025, should see the development of 10 MW of electrolysis plants using renewable energy, while the target in the second phase, until 2030, is 100 MW of capacity and an output of 50,000 tons of hydrogen.
The outline of the strategy aims to point to the need for Serbia to catch up with the hydrogen transition in Europe by 2023, by allocating the necessary resources, but also mobilizing the available human and organizational capacities. By 2050, Serbia’s annual hydrogen output should reach about 2.5 million tons, of which 25% from renewable energy sources, 35% from biomass, 40% from coal (based on hydrogen production from genetically modified organisms), and 10% based on new technologies for the production of hydrogen from waste.