HyStarter Wismar presents first project ideas
The “HyStarter for the Wismar region” hydrogen network, initiated by Stadtwerke Wismar public utility company, presented its first project ideas and results on 22 August 2022 during an information event in the town hall of the Hanseatic City of Wismar. The projects presented are possible applications of hydrogen in the region, which can thereby contribute to the energy transition and help towards achieving independence from energy imports.
IAV develops hydrogen strategy for the Chemnitz model region
Berlin, 26 July 2022 – Blueprint for establishing a sustainable regional hydrogen economy – together with its consulting subsidiary consulting4drive, DBI Gas- und Umwelttechnik GmbH and the Reiner Lemoine Institute, IAV is developing a hydrogen strategy for the Chemnitz model region. The goal is to use H2 technology in the mobility and heating sectors as well as provide support for the transformation of Saxony’s automotive industry.
2nd edition of the Atlas of Hydrogen Networks in Germany published
With its Atlas of Hydrogen Networks in Germany, NOW GmbH provides a comprehensive overview of all hydrogen networks in Germany. The publication is intended to support interested parties in their search for potential partners, both locally and nationally. The second edition of the atlas has now been extended to include many clusters and networks.
Bottom-up study by the Hydrogen Council on decarbonisation of the heating market closes research gap
Germany’s National Hydrogen Council (NWR – Nationaler Wasserstoffrat) has commissioned the Fraunhofer Institutes for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) and Energy Economics and Energy Systems Technology (IEE) to conduct an analysis and evaluation of different decarbonisation paths for the heating market.
The future of Made in Germany: Positive interim assessment in implementation of the National Hydrogen Strategy
About a year after the adoption of the National Hydrogen Strategy, the federal cabinet today issued a report with a positive interim assessment of its implementation thus far. Green hydrogen is a central component of the success of the energy transition in Germany, but also for achieving national and global energy and climate goals.
New boost for local hydrogen economy: HyLand launches second round with 30 new regions
The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) announces a further 30 winners in the BMVI initiative: ‘HyLand – Hydrogen regions in Germany’, thus launching its second round.
Everything at a glance: The new Atlas of Hydrogen Networks in Germany
NOW GmbH has published an atlas for a comprehensive overview of all hydrogen networks in Germany. This overview is intended to support interested parties in their search for potential partners, both locally and nationally.
HyAllgäu – Feasibility study on the hydrogen region presented
Hydrogen technology offers great potential for achieving the energy transition, a concept which has been examined in the HyAllgäu feasibility study in the Allgäu region. The results and possibilities have now been presented to the Federal Transport Ministry and State Minister Hubert Aiwanger.
National Hydrogen Council hands over action plan to federal government: Detailed recommendations for action for the next legislative period
To achieve its climate policy goals, Germany must quickly take ambitious steps to ramp up the hydrogen economy. The “Hydrogen Action Plan Germany 2021 – 2025” (“Wasserstoff Aktionsplan Deutschland 2021 – 2025”) contains 80 proposals from the National Hydrogen Council (NWR – Nationaler Wasserstoffrat) for the next federal government. The 26 experts of the body advising the Federal Government handed over the Action Plan to the Head of the Chancellor’s Office, Prof. Helge Braun, today.