Siemens Energy outlined its plans for hydrogen today (19th March) during its virtual ‘Hydrogen Day’, with CEO Christian Bruch highlighting the “massive” opportunity the green molecule presents.
Bruch said there are areas identifiable today where green hydrogen is close to commercialisation.
“Take transport, for example, heavy trucks, trains; they already today can draw up a case under certain conditions that a commercial operation would be possible based on reasonable green hydrogen cost,” he said.
“And then there’s a second bucket, I would say, in these use cases, which are industries which are somewhat able to fence off or regulate where you can give the green hydrogen molecule of value – could be in refining, it could be steel, like defining a green steel element, and it could be other products.”
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