“We are talking about a paradigm shift,” Thomas Chrometzka, Head of Strategy at Enapter, said as he began his presentation during one of f-cell Stuttgart’s afternoon sessions.
“When we look at the energy sector and how things have changed, the first major paradigm shift was brought by renewable energy in the way that energy was being conceived. The solar panel/wind energy created the term and have ultimately had major implications on supply chains for energy,” Chrometzka continued.
“But power consumption is only 20% of global energy consumption. The rest is actually in fuels and gases.”
“If we think about hydrogen and what it means, particularly green hydrogen, it is a way to decarbonise fuels and gases and I think it will contribute majorly to completing the circle and rounding up what the solar panel has initiated.”
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