The Sines Thermoelectric Power Station stopped burning coal since January 15th 2021. This is one of the consequences of the European decarbonisation plan, as the decision in July 2020 that the adoption of hydrogen is essential to achieve the European Climate Pact.
But what is hydrogen and why is it now called green? What role can it play in mobility, industry, and current natural gas networks? Why has it generated so much controversy in Portugal?
Edgar Fernandes, Filipe Quintino and Rui Costa Neto helped answering to some of these questions.