Germany to significantly boost renewable energy technologies with hydrogen set to be central to decarbonisation

Germany is set to significantly boost its renewable energy sector by supporting innovative technologies to reduce the nation’s climate footprint with hydrogen identified as a key resource in achieving this.

This is according to Robert Habeck, German Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action, today (Jan 11), with Germany set to become a central hub for hydrogen innovation and production with the European country preparing to radically scale up its hydrogen sector.

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