North German €70M hydrogen center for aviation and shipping approved


The German government will contribute up to EUR 70 million to ITZ Nord until late 2024. The German Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport (BMDV) called Hamburg, Bremen/Bremerhaven, and Stade’s proposals “valid and viable” in May.

SMEs, founders, and start-ups
ITZ Nord will be a new sort of development, research, and test environment in northern Germany for start-ups, entrepreneurs, and SMEs. The innovation hub will produce legislation, standards, and new services for hydrogen suppliers, manufacturers, and developers. ITZ North, headquartered in three sites, is important to making northern Germany a hydrogen stronghold.

Hamburg’s mobility
Michael Westhagemann, Economics Senator, stated of Hamburg: “Hamburg pushes hydrogen-based decarbonization. Aviation and shipping are also significant there. We can progressively apply our integrated strategy since we can only ramp up the hydrogen industry by working together.”

Arnes Biogradlija
Creative Content Director at EnergyNews.Biz

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