Following the Russian aggression in Ukraine, the EU prioritised the need for energy supply diversification and reducing overall energy dependency on Russian fossil fuels by 2030. Renewable hydrogen is seen as one of the possible sources. Based on previous calculations, Ukraine has the potential to become one of the major hydrogen exporters in the EU energy market. However, currently, Ukraine lacks the strategic documents or policies to implement such a vision. The paper will outline the bilateral interest of the EU and Ukraine, and identify the necessary steps Ukraine should take to meet the EU interests related to the energy transition to zero emissions by 2050.

Dr Dmytro Sherengovsky,
Roman Stasiuk
Ukrainian Catholic University

Dmytro Sherengovsky, PhD is the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs and Internationalization at the Ukrainian Catholic University. He was formerly member of the Expert Council in the area of International Relations at the National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance (Ukraine). He was also a research fellow of the Nanovic Institute of European Studies, University of Notre Dame, USA. Former consultant to UNDP (Ukraine) for online-education on SDG for business. His major research interests focus on global challenges, SDGs, international relations theories, international conflicts, global and regional security.

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