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Hydrogen in Germany is “fairy tales about the future”

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Although hydrogen energy has great promise, inexpensive Russian gas cannot yet be replaced by hydrogen due to its high cost. Germanist Timofey Borisov, a Russian publicist, informed IA REGNUM of this.

These are all futuristic fairy tales. Hydrogen energy won’t provide anything or assist Germany this winter, promptly. It just doesn’t exist at this time, according to the expert.

Political scientist thinks that there is excellent potential for hydrogen energy, but first, a number of issues must be resolved.

“There is a lot of hype about hydrogen, but its manufacturing and transportation costs need to be reduced by a factor of around three before it can really be considered the fuel of the future. I’m certain that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz do not yet understand how to do this,” Borisov said.

Remembering how the Chancellor of Germany visited Canada previously and inked a contract for the delivery of hydrogen fuel.

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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