Green Hydrogen for the Energy Transition – Potentials, Limitations, Priorities
As part of the collaborative project "Norddeutsches Reallabor" (NRL), an event took place yesterday focusing on the presentation and discussion of the study series "Green Hydrogen for the Energy Transition – Potentials, Limitations, Priorities". In collaboration with Renewable Energies Hamburg (EEHH), the event provided a platform for significant presentations and discussions on green hydrogen technology.
A central theme of this series was the limited availability of green hydrogen, both in terms of domestic production and import possibilities. The study series examines the potentials and limitations of relevant H2 technologies through techno-economic considerations and derives priorities for future use. It covers the use of hydrogen in building technology, road transport, industry, and hydrogen production.
The core results were first presented in a plenary session, followed by breakout sessions where representatives from science, industry, and the energy sector deepened and discussed the findings together. These interactive workshops allowed participants to gain detailed insights into the studies and exchange views on the challenges and opportunities of H2 technologies.
The importance of research for the scale-up of the H2 economy was underscored, and it was shown how innovation is enabled through research. Further insights into the studies and details of the event can be found on the website of the Norddeutsches Reallabor.
The event was not only a place for professional exchange but also provided an opportunity for networking and preparing for the upcoming Advent days for Hanna Naoumis and the other participants. It reflects the NRL's continuous commitment to advancing innovative solutions for the energy transition and highlighting the role of green hydrogen in this process.
Our outcome: Innovation requires research!