February 2022, Vol. 249, No. 2


Germany Ups Ambition on Hydrogen to Meet Climate Targets

By Andreas Walstad, European correspondent   Germany targets net zero emissions greenhouse gas (GHG) emission by 2045 and hydrogen will undoubtedly play a role in achieving that target. Hard-to-abate sectors such as heavy industry, road transport and aviation are likely sectors for demand growth, but a key question is where supply will come from.    Raffinerie Heide, an oil refinery in Schleswig-Holstein, is under consideration for use of hydrogen as feedstock. With a new coalition government sworn in, however, political support appears plentiful exemplified by the 10 GW electrolyze target set for 2030, up from a previous target of 5 GW.    Ele

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