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Industry calls for resumption of German hydrogen mobility funding amid nepotism probe

Industry is urging the German Government to resume hydrogen transport funding after it was suspended following allegations of nepotism against the Transport Ministry’s former head of hydrogen and fuel cells.

In a letter to Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Transport Minister Volker Wissing, Finance Minister Christian Lindner, and Climate Minister Robert Habeck, organisations warned that Germany was on the verge of missing transport sector climate targets by not using hydrogen.

The group of industry players including H2 Mobility, Honda, Toyota, Hydrogen Europe and more pleaded to the government to “immediately resume the promotion of hydrogen mobility” and approve funding applications that have already been submitted.

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