H2Watt, a German-Dutch project which was launched last year in order to advance hydrogen as an energy resource, is beginning to test two cities to see how hydrogen technologies can make them more environmentally friendly.
Under the leadership of MARKIO GmbH from Leer and the entrepreneur’s association FME from Groningen, ten German and Dutch companies and institutions have joined forces to set up the “real laboratories” on the Wadden islands Borkum and Ameland.
Through the tests, the project hopes to create a cross-border network to optimise knowledge transfer in the field of hydrogen and support companies in to integrate the technologies.
“We are developing applications that are tailored to the local conditions on the islands,” said Adenike Bettinger, who oversees the project from the Natural Science Department.
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