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Thyssenkrupp involved in several projects as it eyes 5GW annual hydrogen production capacity

Thyssenkrupp involved in several projects as it eyes 5GW annual hydrogen production capacity

With hydrogen demand set to rapidly increase in the future, thyssenkrupp is continuing its expansion to up to 5GW of annual hydrogen production capacity by supporting several projects being developed by the German Government.

The three projects include H2Giga, H2Mare and TransHyDE – all of which aim to progress a different aspect of hydrogen production.

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Headed by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), thyssenkrupp is involved in each of the projects with hopes that the outcome of the research could help achieve the company’s own ambitions in relation to hydrogen production.

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