Northern Germany is shaping up to become a hotspot for green hydrogen. The coastal region’s federal states of Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Niedersachsen and Schleswig-Holstein have joined forces to form the green hydrogen initiative HY-5. The aim is to promote the settlement of new companies on an international scale and to support local companies, opening up ample opportunities in the industry.
The region offers a variety of unique locational advantages, including the highest generation capacities for wind power in Europe, underground formations for hydrogen storage as well as highly efficient seaports. Green hydrogen moreover is increasingly in demand from innovative industrial companies based in the region.
What’s in it for your business?
Find out in our digital briefings which cover specific aspects of Germany’s green hydrogen sector. Stay tuned for more webinars in 2023.
From renewable energies to industrial usage and mobility – hydrogen solutions along the entire value chain
Through the IPCEI Hydrogen, Germany and the EU fund hydrogen technologies along the entire value chain. As many as 27 projects in Northern Germany made the ICPEI’s top list. Discover what makes the region to one of the most powerful green hydrogen regions in Europe.
Robert Seehawer, AquaVentus, Managing Director
The green energy revolution starts in the North Sea, PDF-Fichier
Elisabeth Ziemann, Gasnetz Hamburg, Hydrogen Represenative
Hydrogen grid for Hamburg’s industry, PDF-Fichier
Jürgen Fries, ArcelorMittal Bremen & Eisenhüttenstadt, CO2 strategist
Hydrogen for Bremen’s Industrial Transformation, PDF-Fichier
The Energy of the Future
What are the challenges in producing green hydrogen and where is the industry headed? Learn about the opportunities green hydrogen offers and how the Northern German states plan to seize them.
Decarbonization and Sector Coupling
Green hydrogen can play an integral role in the decarbonization of energy-intensive industries such as the metalworking sector and help increase sustainable sector coupling.
The Fuels of the Future
Transportation and traffic are regarded as one of the main sources of emissions. An estimated 95% of it must be converted to alternative drives. Green hydrogen can make a vital contribution towards achieving that goal.
Maritime Industry and Infrastructure: The Supply Chain of the Future
Northern Germany offers ideal conditions for storage and distribution. How can the maritime industry leverage the benefits of green hydrogen? How can existing value chains and infrastructures be used to support a green hydrogen economy?
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