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How the TransHyDE lead project aims to develop a hydrogen transport infrastructure. Without a suitable transport infrastructure, the hydrogen

The transHyDE flagship project will therefore comprehensively further develop transport technologies – in a technology-open manner along various possible development paths. More precisely, TransHyDE will test and scale up a transport technology in four demonstration projects:

  • Hydrogen transport in high-pressure vessels.
  • Hydrogen-liquid transport.
  • Hydrogen transport in existing and new gas pipelines.
  • Transport of hydrogen bound in ammonia.

To ensure that all these technologies become part of the overall energy system as quickly as possible, the lead project wants to initiate its own roadmap process. In this way, the project wants to continuously analyze: Where do we stand, where do we want to go – and how exactly can we achieve this goal?

It is already clear that new standards, new standards and new certifications are needed to enter the market for hydrogen transport technologies. Therefore, the project dedicates its own work package to this topic. The same applies to material testing, sensor technology and safety. This ensures that all developed solutions will be durable, efficient and safe.




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