Climate-neutral hydrogen is an indispensable link in the future supply of energy and feedstocks. However, a market for climate-neutral hydrogen will not simply materialise automatically. It requires the government to build infrastructure, finance new technology and stimulate demand for hydrogen with targeted measures. These are the conclusions of the Council for the Environment and Infrastructure in its advisory report 'Hydrogen, the missing link'. Sandor Gaastra, Director-General of Climate and Energy, accepted the advisory report on January 25, 2021 on behalf of the Minister of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, Bas van 't Wout.