Siemens unveils plans for one of Germany’s largest hydrogen production plants

Siemens Smart Infrastructure has started construction of an 8.75MW hydrogen production plant – and it’s believed to be one of the largest green hydrogen projects in Germany.

At a ground-breaking ceremony in Wunsiedel, Germany last week (July 9), Siemens said the facility will produce up to 1,350 tonnes of hydrogen annually using only renewable energy, such as from solar or wind power.

Siemens Smart Infrastructure is the general contractor for the entire plant, with Siemens Financial Services (SFS) participating in the equity financing as well as holding a share of 45% in the operating company WUN H2 GmbH.

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