Hydrogen Atlas Germany under creation
In order to be able to exploit the enormous opportunities offered by hydrogen, the Federal Government has developed the national hydrogen strategy. It is flanked by research projects supported for example by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Under the direction of Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Sterner of the East Bavarian Technical University Regensburg, the Hydrogen Atlas of Germany is being developed in cooperation with the VDMA.
DWV, VDMA & VKU: Hydrogen needs market-driven regulations
Hydrogen is a central key to achieving climate neutrality and German industry wants to play a global pioneering role in this area. The technologies for producing climate-neutral hydrogen are already available today. In a joint paper, the associations DWV, VDMA and VKU call on politicians to remove regulatory hurdles, to set the legal framework for an international hydrogen market and to promote the expansion of renewable energies.
Reducing GHG emissions in shipping with P2X
Also in the shipping sector, sustainable alternative fuels can make huge contributions to reducing greenhouse gas emissions quickly and significantly. With its “FuelEU-Maritime” initiative, the European Commission aims at “achiev[ing] economies of scale” to accelerate the uptake of sustainable alternative fuels and “provid[ing] greater certainty to market operators”. The initiative is part of the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen’s Green Deal and intends to contribute to the EU’s climate targets.
"Virtual P2X Show": the virtual P2X trade fair
The Virtual P2X Show has been canceled.
Department of the Environment puts the ramp-up of a hydrogen economy in danger
Hydrogen and e-fuels are an important contribution to the climate protection strategy - Draft law for the national implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive (RED II) is not ambitious enough and needs to be revised.
Peter Müller-Baum
Peter Müller-Baum
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