€30m hydrogen research project to establish hub in Bremen, Germany

A new €30m ($29.75m) hydrogen research project has been launched with the goal of establishing a hydrogen hub in Bremen, Germany.

Dubbed hyBit, the project is set to be headed up by the University of Bremen which plans to establish a roadmap for the design of a green hydrogen-based sustainable industry in Bremen’s industrial port.

The University of Bremen has said the starting point of the project in the industrial port will focus on Arcelor Mittal’s steelworks, which Dr. Torben Stührmann, Head of Resilient Energy Systems in the Faculty of Production Engineering at the University of Bremen, explained was the one of the biggest air polluters in the region.

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