INNO and HanseWerk AG have announced a pilot project for a hydrogen-fuelled combined heat and power (CHP) plant in the one-megawatt range in the centre of Hamburg.
It was announced last week that the two companies signed a letter of intent for the pilot project which aims to drive the large-scale use of hydrogen technology in CHP plants.
In conjunction with the project, the city of Hamburg has also set itself the goal of ensuring all interested customers in the power, heat and transportation sectors can be supplied almost entirely with green hydrogen by 2035.
“Our joint undertaking is an important flagship project for the successful implementation of the energy transition,” said Matthias Boxberger, CEO and Member of the Technical Board at HanseWerk AG.
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