- Nov 30, 2021 1:07 pm GMT
Hydrogen to become energy carrier of the future
A large number of stakeholders in industry and research have established Hamburg as a centre of hydrogen and the city is aiming to become a European green hydrogen hub. Scotland, on the other hand, may be able to produce excess quantities of green hydrogen for export due to its huge onshore and offshore wind capacities. Speaking at the ceremony, Michael Westhagemann, Senator of Economics, remarked: "We agree that green hydrogen plays a key role as an energy carrier of the future," Hamburg and Scotland are known for their expertise in developing and applying the technologies required, he said, adding. "Both partners and especially our companies will be better able to exploit the economic and environmental opportunities of hydrogen technology and drive the scaling of our respective domestic green hydrogen economies."
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