The future of energy was successfully discussed at the 4th Cross-Cluster Conference of Renewable Energies Hamburg (EEHH), Hamburg Aviation, Logistics Initiative Hamburg, Hamburg Cruise Net e.V., and Maritime Cluster Northern Germany e.V. at the Hotel Hafen Hamburg.
The PowerNet2024 conference not only highlighted the current progress and challenges of the energy transition but also sparked important discussions that are crucial for the future of our energy supply and climate protection.
At last week’s Handelsblatt Webtalk, Jimmie Langham presented a comprehensive concept for the use of hydrogen in urban ecosystems. The aim of this approach is to achieve energy autonomy for cities, municipalities, and regions, based on a closed hydrogen ecosystem.
Organized by en2x - Wirtschaftsverband Fuels und Energie e.V. and Renewable Energies Hamburg (EEHH), the event provided an excellent opportunity to delve into the theme of "Alternative Fuels for Aviation and Shipping - Status Quo and Outlook," discussing the role of hydrogen and other green molecules in future mobility.