cruh21 at the BEW Training Course "Planning and Approval of Electrolysers for Hydrogen Production"

It is part of cruh21's DNA to always have our pulse on the latest developments. We strive to stay up to date in order to provide our clients with the best possible support in complex processes. Consulting is particularly helpful when it comes to the approval and implementation of projects in the hydrogen sector, i.e. the keyword is regulation.

Keeping our Eye on Current Developments through Additional Courses on Hydrogen and Regulation

That is why two of cruh21's junior consultants, Benita Stalmann and Artur Flaum, took part in the BEW training course "Planning and approval of electrolysers for hydrogen production" last week. In the course of more than 10 presentations followed by discussions, they gained valuable insights and impressions, some of which we would like to pass on.

The growing importance of hydrogen technologies leads to an increased need for permits for corresponding plants. This poses new challenges for the authorities, as many questions regarding regulations and legislation are still open. In addition, the experiences from current practice provide an insight into the requirements and processes that have to be taken into account when approving hydrogen projects. They also show how applicants and authorities can work together efficiently to facilitate the implementation of these projects.

cruh21 as a Strong Partner on the Topic of Regulation

cruh21 supports companies and organisations in various areas, including site analysis for electrolysis projects and advice on planning law issues. In addition, they accompany licensing procedures for hydrogen projects and support their clients with specialist knowledge and expertise. If you have any questions about cruh21's services or about regulatory issues in the hydrogen sector, the experts will be happy to help. The joint effort for the energy transition is a central concern, and cruh21 makes an important contribution through its support in the development and implementation of hydrogen projects.

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