Germany’s 511,000km gas grid set to integrate hydrogen

The Hydrogen Power Storage and Solutions East Germany (HYPOS) project initiative is working to build an extensive distribution network across Germany to enable the transportation of hydrogen.

The aim is to create an intelligent infrastructure of distributor networks and storage stations that will make the clean energy source available to all regions in the nation.

Researchers at the Frauhofer-Gesellschaft have developed a new membrane technology that enables energy efficient and economic separation of hydrogen from natural gas.

The breakthrough of this technology means that it is possible for the two substances to be routed through the national natural gas grid tother and then be isolated from each other at the final destination.

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