What is it?
The hydrogen public funding compass is an online guide for stakeholders to identify public funding sources for hydrogen projects. It is designed as a single entry point for stakeholders to access information on the most important public funding programmes and funds for renewable and low carbon hydrogen.
The funding compass is structured in two parts
- EU funding programmes and funds financed by the 2021 -2027 long-term EU budget and NextGenerationEU
- National funding programmes and funds available at EU country level
Who can use it?
The funding compass is for any interested stakeholder: from large companies to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), public authorities at national and regional level, research institutes, civil society organisations and interested citizens.
The funding compass provides orientation to members of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance in terms of funding opportunities for projects featuring in the pipeline of viable investment projects for the large-scale deployment of renewable and low-carbon hydrogen, that the alliance is building up along the emerging European hydrogen value chain in line with the EU hydrogen strategy and the industrial policy strategies.
Access the hydrogen public funding compass
- EU funding programmes and funds 2021-2027
- EU country funds (This page will be updated with more information in Q3 2022. The information in this funding compass will be updated as new information is received from EU countries.)
Disclaimer: the information set out in this guide is provided for information purposes only. Neither the European Commission, other European Union institutions or bodies nor any person acting on their behalf may be held responsible for the use which may be made of the information contained in this guide. Several EU programmes presented are pending formal approval, therefore the information reported in the guide may be subject to change.