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18 Sep 2018

Hydrogen electrolysis must become “gigawatt industry” in Germany

Fraunhofer ISE / Fraunhofer IPA / E4tech

The German hydrogen electrolysis sector must become a “gigawatt industry” for Germany to reach its climate targets, according to a new study by Fraunhofer ISE, Fraunhofer IPA and E4tech, commissioned by the federal transport ministry (BMVI). The technology has reached market maturity, but the government has to introduce the right regulatory framework to help establish the hydrogen market, write the authors and propose a roadmap.

Find the study in German here.

Find background in the CLEW factsheet Power-to-gas: Fix for all problems or simply too expensive?

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