"Hydrogen can do things electrons cannot. As a molecule, it can be used as a convertible ‘currency’ between renewable energy, chemical feedstock, transport fuel, residential and industrial heat. It is an excellent clean energy store for long periods and large energy needs. It sits alongside and in partnership with electricity as a consummate carbon-free energy vector." David Hart - in Forbes June 08, 2020 (Link)
In Germany, hydrogen is now seen as an important option to fill the energy gap left from the impending closure of nuclear stations and the phaseout of coal-fired power. Chancellor Angela Merkel pledged to cut in half carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 compared with 1990 levels. To get emission cuts back on track, the government announced that 20 new research laboratories will receive a total 100 million euros ($110 million) a year to test new hydrogen technologies for industrial-scale applications. Even more money is earmarked for labs in “structural change” regions, or those most affected by the nations’ shift.
“The application of hydrogen for energy is new and there is a belief that it has a great future,” said Ulrich Schmidtchen, spokesmen at the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association. “Industry is investing and politics usually follows suit.” as quoted in Bloomberg (Link)
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