On the way to a decarbonised economy, green hydrogen is seen as a source of energy and hope at the same time. However, the need for hydrogen electrolysers and hydrogen-ready plants currently significantly exceeds engineering and production capacities. Consistent data centricity for more efficient, modular engineering processes can significantly reduce the gap between supply and demand, says Reinhard Knapp, Head of Global Strategies at software provider Aucotec.
The answer to many questions surrounding decarbonisation is hydrogen: whether as a fuel in passenger and freight transport, as an energy carrier in industrial plants or for the low-loss storage and safe transport of renewable energy.
Where are the sticking points?
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