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Journal: International scientific journal "Internauka." Series: "Economic Sciences" (Vol.1, No. 57)

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Page : 201-208

Keywords : energy; hydrogen; decarbonization; electrolysis; ammonia; fuel resources; alternative resources; hydrocracking;

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The article deals with modern environmental and technological challenges of the energy market development process. The necessity and key vectors of functioning of the renewed energy system, where an important role is assigned to increasing the energy efficiency of measures for the prevention and adaptation of climatic changes to the global energy trend, have been clarified. As a result, there is an active introduction of innovative measures in the energy sector of Ukraine and regions. This can be traced in the segments of production, processing, transportation, storage and consumption of energy resources. The main document has been processed, which specifies and implements the main stages of the transformation of the energy sector: «Energy strategy of Ukraine for the period up to 2035: safety, energy efficiency, competitiveness.» It is noted that the implementation of the strategic changes specified in the document is important and most acceptable, subject to the influence of sectoral, regional, socio-­economic factors and the resolution of the escalation of the Ukrainian-­Russian conflict. The future development of Ukraine is modeled in the conditions of decarbonization of energy, where the main place will belong to the hydrogen direction. The stages and features of the formation of hydrogen energy, the natural properties of hydrogen are considered, the world practice is considered. The priority and economically justified methods of using hydrogen to produce ammonia and as an alternative resource for oil and gas are noted and proposed. However, several obstacles are highlighted that institutionally prevent Ukraine and the regions from fully using hydrogen technologies.

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