Today in Hanover, a study on the possibilities of hydrogen production by wind energy at sea will be presented.
“With the corresponding benefits for jobs and investments on the coast, we now have the chance to further grow this innovative form of climate-friendly energy generation,” said Lower Saxony’s Environment Minister Olaf Lis (SPD), who is set to speak at the press conference. As part of a state funding scheme, the Offshore Wind Energy Foundation hired the consultancy firm Deutsche WindGuard to conduct the research.
One of the rays of hope in the fight against climate change is “green” hydrogen, which is created entirely with renewable energy sources such as wind power. It can be used as a base for fuels and fuels, such as to substitute coal, oil, and natural gas in industry and transportation. This method of obtaining hydrogen can also be utilized to store any excess green electricity generated.