Germany’s state-controlled firm, Securing Energy for Europe (SEFE), is making bold strides in the transition to green hydrogen, announcing plans to invest approximately $540 million (500 million euros) in repurposing its underground gas storage sites and pipelines.
Gasunie and Storag Etzel, in collaboration with Patrizia, have unveiled plans to develop hydrogen storage caverns within the Etzel salt dome in Lower Saxony, Germany.
Germany is pioneering a new power plant strategy designed to tackle the challenges posed by fluctuating energy production and limited power grid capacity.
The European Commission’s approval of the “Hy2Infra” program marks a significant milestone in Europe’s journey towards a sustainable energy future. With seven member states pledging billions of euros, this initiative aims to revolutionize the continent’s hydrogen infrastructure.
Germany is reaffirming its commitment to green hydrogen with a substantial financial injection of over €3.5 billion into the H2Global purchasing program.
Germany’s Power-to-X Development Fund has unveiled a significant €270 million grant opportunity aimed at enhancing hydrogen production in select countries, including Morocco, South Africa, Brazil, Egypt, Georgia, India, and Kenya.
White Summit Capital’s green hydrogen subsidiary, HyFive, has made significant strides in advancing sustainable energy infrastructure, securing €28.7 million in financial support for green hydrogen initiatives across Spain and Germany in 2023.
Federal Economics Minister and Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck, leading a business delegation, embarks on a mission to bolster cooperation in renewable energies and hydrogen with Algeria.
Uniper Energy Storage, a key player in Europe’s energy landscape, is spearheading a groundbreaking initiative to develop salt caverns for large-scale hydrogen storage in north-west Germany.
Germany has taken a significant step towards its clean energy goals by announcing subsidies for gas power plants that are capable of transitioning to hydrogen.