TransHyDE – Helgoland
To advance Germany on the path to climate neutrality, several hundred million tons of hydrogen are needed annually. Therefore, transport infrastructures for short, medium, and long distances are urgently needed. This is precisely where the TransHyDE project comes in: The lead project will comprehensively develop transport and storage technologies - and do so in a technology-open manner along the four value chains of gaseous hydrogen (H2), liquid hydrogen (LH2), green ammonia (NH3) and LOHC ("liquid organic hydrogen carriers").
Research project Helgoland
Establishment of a hydrogen transport chain from the offshore area near Helgoland via the harbors to hydrogen consumers on the mainland
Research and development of technologies for the storage and transport of green hydrogen in organic carrier fluids, LOHC.
Interface communication and knowledge management between the lead projects, the AquaVentus initiative and other industry-driven projects
Establishment of a knowledge database
Full project title:
Helgoland research projec
Client and Duration:
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), 2021 - 2025.
Tewis Projektmanagement GmbH, Hydrogenious, Hanse Werk, Hamburg Port and Logistics (HHLA), Versorgungsbetriebe Helgoland (VHB), Municipality of Helgoland.
Dr. Stefan Wahlefeld, Verena Hertzsch