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Hydrogen is good business

EMDEN. The final event of the WASh2Emden innovation project took place in May. The 18-month study has involved the company exploring ways to produce hydrogen from renewable energy in Emden and making it available to port users. A survey was conducted among the companies there on the energy requirements of their equipment, facilities and vehicles. “WASh2Emden has shown that hydrogen technology is to a large extent available and usable, “ said Adenike Bettinger of the University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer. Now it is a matter of moving on to application, reducing costs and pulling the right political levers to make green hydrogen competitive.

Photo: Christian O. Bruch

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