Throughout Germany, the need for hydrogen as a central element of climate-neutral management is increasing. Some examples: Steel giant ThyssenKrupp is investing billions in hydrogen projects. For BMW, hydrogen is a key issue in car construction. Aviation wants to convert aircraft to hydrogen.
The industry keeps asking the question: How can we bring hydrogen into the factories in large quantities and at low cost?
“The hydrogen industry is working flat out to supply the large industrial clusters with the necessary basic quantities,” says Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, head of Hydrogen Europe, the interest group for the European hydrogen economy.
According to Chatzimarkakis, large customers such as ThyssenKrupp will be supplied with hydrogen by pipeline from 2025. The same applies to the chemical group BASF in Ludwigshafen or the Industriepark Höchst in Frankfurt am Main.Click here to read more
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