In-Depth Analysis of Green Hydrogen Certification Processes in the EU


The report provides a comprehensive analysis of green hydrogen certification processes, as well as a concise overview of a selection of digital solutions for certifying green PtX products with the aim of combining theoretical knowledge and practical implications for the development of proposals and architecturesfor digital tools.

It emphasizes the importance of certification for establishing a sustainable hydrogen economy and examines specific certification schemes and digital solutions to streamline the process. The document highlights the challenges and potential of digital technologies like blockchain and smart contracts in enhancing certification transparency and efficiency. The report analyzes primary certification schemes, such as CertifHy™ Scheme, TÜV Rheinland Standard H2.21, and ISCC PLUS with GHG Emissions Add-On, and compares their applicability, GHG emission savings criteria, technological requirements, and monitoring systems.

The findings aim to guide stakeholders in Brazil and the EU towards a modern, global green hydrogen economy. The report concludes that with proper security measures and stakeholder collaboration, digitalization can significantly enhance the integrity, efficiency, and safety of the green hydrogen economy.

Responsables: Vanessa Tietze (Fichtner GmbH & Co. KG), Marina Tsoumpa (Fichtner GmbH & Co. KG), Simone Ullrich (Fichtner GmbH & Co. KG)

Publicado por: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH y SAP SE

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