More than two-thirds of Germans rate green hydrogen as future energy source

More than two-thirds (69%) of Germans rate green hydrogen as Europe’s energy source of the future, according to a recent thyssenkrupp nucera survey.

More than half of decision makers (61%) and 81% of executives from the energy sector are also backing green hydrogen, the survey – conducted among 5,000 citizens by opinion research institute Civey – found.

The top reasons for establishing green hydrogen from the German perspective are lower dependence on energy imports (56%), better climate protection (51%), and greater security of energy supply (40%)

Three-quarters of the German population (74%) and decision-makers from industry (75%) demand greater promotion of carbon free hydrogen from EU policymakers.

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