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  1. WWW.CINQUE.INTERNATIONAL ROBERTO FRANCIA HYDROGEN PARK, VENICE 23 NOVEMBER 2015 C o p y r i g h t © 2 0 1 5 C i n q u e I n t e r n a t i o n a l s . r . l . | V A T : I T 0 1 1 2 7 0 2 057 4 | Sh a r e C a p i t a l € 1 4 , 0 0 0 f u l l y p a i d u p | R E A : R I - 7 0 2 0 1 | C e r t i f i e d e - m a i l : c i n q u e i n t e r n a t i o n a l s r l @ l e g a l m a i l . i t C o p yr i g h t © 2 0 1 5 C i n q u e I n t e r n a t i o n a l s . r . l . | VAT : I T 0 1 1 2 7 0 20 574 | S h a r e C a p i t a l € 1 4 , 0 0 0 f u l l y p a i d u p | R E A: R I - 7 0 2 0 1 | C e r t i f i e d e - m a i l : c i n q u e i n t e r n a t i o n a l s r l @ l e g a l m a i l . i t
  2. - SECTION A – Background
  3. PAGE3 EU Directive 2014/94/EU (DAFI) • The Directive 2014/94/EU on Alternative Fuels Infrastructure (EU Official Journal L 307 of 28 October 2014) lays the ground for the market development of alternative fuels for transport such as electricity, biofuels, synthetic and paraffinic fuels, natural gas (including biomethane) in gaseous form (CNG) and liquefied form (LNG), liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and hydrogen as an option (= not compulsory) • Annex II specifies that the hydrogen referred to by the DAFI only includes gaseous hydrogen for FCEV - fuel cell electric vehicles (= no liquid H2). Hydromethane may be included in the national CNG Plan, hydrogen being an additive of natural gas. • Support measures for alternative fuels infrastructure will be implemented in compliance with the EU State aid rules • However, hydrogen fuelling infrastructure funding will only be available for those Member States that include hydrogen in their National Policy Frameworks by the November 2016 deadline
  4. PAGE4 National FCH2 rollout plans in Europe Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Germany Italy Latvia (Riga region) The Netherlands Norway Poland Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom Countries working on National FCH2 infrastructure rollout Plans
  6. PAGE6 Italy’s energy imports 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 2013 2014 Billion€ Solid fuels Natural gas Oil Electricity Biofuels (source: Unione Petrolifera, 2015) (source: European Commission, 2015) In 2013, energy imports accounted for more than € 51 billion (around 3% of Italy’s GDP)
  7. PAGE7 Italy’s road vehicles fleet (Data as of 31.12.2014. Source: ACI – Automobile Club d’Italia, 2015) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Millionunits Road vehicles by region NORTH CENTRE SOUTH 22.6 million road vehicles, of which: • 17 million cars • 36,000 buses 12.7 million road vehicles, of which: • 9.5 million cars • 28,000 buses 13.7 million road vehicles, of which: • 10.5 million cars • 33,000 buses
  8. PAGE8 IEA Hydrogen Technology Roadmap EU-4 (France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom): around 40 million FCEVs by 2050 to meet the 2°C climate target Published July 2015
  9. - SECTION B – Italy’s H2 fuelling infrastructure rollout plan
  10. PAGE10 Main elements of H2 rollout plan HYDROGEN PRODUCTION Rail transport (trams, trains) Waterways (rivers, lakes, marine applications) Steam reforming of natural gas / biogas APPLICATIONS Road transport (cars, vans, small buses, buses, small trucks) TIMEFRAME 2015-2025 (as required by DAFI) Water electrolysis using electricity (including from renewables) Other renewables (biomass, etc) BUSINESS MODELS Captive fleets Highway corridors Industrial vehicles (fork-lift trucks, road sweepers, airports GPU and baggage, etc)
  11. PAGE11 Milestones 19 June 2015 EUSEW workshop on H2FC technologies – Rome City Hall 23 July 2015 Mobilità Idrogeno Italia launch; WGs set-up November 2015 Formal launch of activities and invitation to potential members 15 December 2015 Presentation of first draft of national H2 infrastructure rollout plan 7 October 2015 Meeting with relevant Ministries; mandate to work on national H2 Plan 15 March 2016 CEOs meeting and presentation of advanced draft of H2 plan May 2016 Final version of H2 plan and launch of public consultation 18 November 2016 EC Deadline to submit national policy frameworks 15 April 2015 H2IT Board decision to work on national H2 rollout plan 28 October 2014 DAFI published in EU Official Journal (L 307)
  12. PAGE12 H2 Mobility Italy: Membership* INDUSTRY ACADEMIA Large enterprises Large research centres Medium enterprises Other research centres Small enterprises Universities Micro enterprises GOVERNMENT Central administrations Regions Local administrations *Membership criteria set by Project Statutes NGOs Foundations Large associations Other associations
  13. PAGE13 Industrial actors involved
  14. PAGE14 H2 Mobility Italy: Governance STRATEGIC COMMITTEE (CEO LEVEL) WORKING GROUP 1 Standards, safety, permits & social acceptance WORKING GROUP 2 Scenarios, economic feasibility and incentives WORKING GROUP 3 Role of renewable energy and power to gas WORKING GROUP 4 Financing of investments SECRETARIAT & SCIENTIFIC C.TTEE SHERPA GROUP
  15. PAGE15 WG meetings in Trento (12 Nov. 2015)
  16. PAGE16 How to join • Project membership open to any industrial / research / institutional partner willing to promote hydrogen mobility in Italy • Various categories of members, based on sector and scope of activity • Membership of Strategic Committee only for Large and Medium-sized enterprises, Large Research Centres, Foundations (derogations possible) • Procedure to follow: contact with project Secretariat (via e-mail:; submission of formal membership request; appointment of own members within WGs and Strategic Committee (if applicable); payment of membership fee • Membership subject to H2IT Board approval
  17. - SECTION C – Q&A session
  19. PAGE19 THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION Roberto Francia Managing Partner Cinque International Srl E-mail: