Germany Plans Ambitious Hydrogen Pipeline Network

By Nicholas Newman, Contributing Editor (Pipeline and Gas Journal) Over the next decade, Germany plans to create the longest hydrogen transmission pipeline network in the world. This development will form part of Germany’s contribution to the European Union’s Energy and Environmental policies. It is designed to meet climate change obligations under the Paris accords and will be an integral part of the country’s “green stimulus” program to restart the economy after the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. This year, the German Federal Government assigned $10 billion, under its National Hydrogen Strategy policy, toward kick-starting an expansion of electrolysis capacity for large-scale hydrogen p

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