Under the right conditions, hydrogen (H2) can be easily transported, stored for long periods and can potentially be produced emission-free.
These and many other positive properties could make H2 a key energy source for the energy transition. However, it is still a product used for a limited numbers of applications.
Its economic competitiveness is a central difficulty for a broader use of emission-free hydrogen.
In our white paper " Hydrogen - Energy source of a climate-neutral economy?", we examine the measures that could improve the economic efficiency to contribute the decarbonization of the heat market or mobility sector, for example.