In the light of the global inset of the energy transition the challenge is to provide Europe with renewable power and energy sources to replace the current fossil fuel based power and energy sources. Europe is not able to provide all renewable power and energy sources it needs autonomously by itself, hence import from abroad is required. This needs to be technically and economically viable in comparison to the current power and energy economics. The objective of the TransHydrogen Alliance is to develop the required supply chain enabling import of those resources from regions where the physical conditions in combination with technology work in favour of the economics. Therefore the Alliance aims to develop scalable projects, applying a phased approach, allowing for renewable power generation which is used to produce green hydrogen which in turn is converted into green ammonia easing the transport thereof to Europe.
In short the Alliance aims to set up the distributed supply chain to contribute to the fulfillment of the renewable power and energy needs of Europe in a techno-commercial viable manner today.