(With materials from DTS News Agency) Hydrogen is the gas of the future.
At a regional conference in Chemnitz, the prime ministers of the federal states in eastern Germany discussed the economic development of the site with Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz. An important topic was the construction of the hydrogen network. Schulze emphasized that Germany will rely on hydrogen as the “gas of the future” when transitioning to a carbon dioxide-neutral economy.
Competence Center for the Hydrogen Economy in Chemnitz
In order to promote the development of the hydrogen network, a hydrogen economy competency center will be established in Chemnitz. Saxony’s Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer emphasized the importance of this future infrastructure and applauded the groundbreaking ceremony for the German Competence Center for the Hydrogen Economy, which took place during the conference. It is now important to agree with the federal government which direction the lines are going.
Renewable energies in eastern Germany
And the state premier of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Manuela Schwezig, added that several regions in eastern Germany already have a head start when it comes to renewable energies. She emphasized the opportunity to produce hydrogen from wind energy and thus supply the economy and private households. In general, the transition to a carbon dioxide-neutral economy is a huge task that also requires increased use of renewable energies.
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