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Bavaria wants hydrogen network by 2025

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Hubert Aiwanger, the economics minister for Bavaria, says that the federal government’s initial timeline for the expansion of Germany’s hydrogen network must be significantly accelerated. By 2025, not merely in 2032, we must define and put into place German hydrogen starting network with connectivity to Europe. If the politicians so want, that is technically feasible, according to the chairman of the Free Voters at the German Press Agency in Munich.

Hubert Aiwanger, the economics minister for Bavaria, says that the federal government’s initial timeline for the expansion of Germany’s hydrogen network must be significantly accelerated. By 2025, not merely in 2032, we must define and put into place German hydrogen starting network with connectivity to Europe. If the politicians so want, that is technically feasible, according to the chairman of the Free Voters at the German Press Agency in Munich.

Germany has fewer than 10 years to extend its hydrogen distribution network, according to Aiwanger. However, in the end, it is completely unnecessary: “The current natural gas network can also carry hydrogen in conjunction with natural gas provided the federal government and the EU allow it to run.”

According to Aiwanger, Bavaria is working on a decentralized idea for hydrogen self-production in addition to activating and upgrading the natural gas networks for hydrogen. Every area in Bavaria should have an electrolyzer constructed in order to boost the local hydrogen economy and fulfill the rising demand for green hydrogen. “We require standardized models that can, as a result, be more economically viable. For such comparable systems, approval processes must also be harmonized. That avoids months of waiting.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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