Germany to invest EUR 700m in hydrogen projects

Germany reportedly aims for a lead position within hydrogen technologies with a new investment in three projects.

Photo: Lasse Hyldager/Green Hydrogen Systems

Three projects in particular are meant to help Germany launch hydrogen development efforts putting other nations to shame. German Minister of Education and Research Anja Karliczek has just nominated the projects, which are awarded a combined EUR 700 million in development funds over the coming four years.

"Our lead projects show that Germany is consistent in entering the hydrogen economy, as green hydrogen is a key material for a climate-friendly Germany and long-term growth," Karliczek said.

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