The European Union (EU) has allocated EUR 250 million to hydrogen projects under the Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) scheme, marking a significant milestone in Europe’s transition to clean energy.
German copper smelter Aurubis AG is to become one of the first in the world to use hydrogen instead of fossil gas to decarbonize its production process. The company will invest EUR 40 million to convert its anode furnaces in Hamburg to hydrogen-ready mode.
A delegation from Hamburg, led by Dr Melanie Leonhard, Senator for Economics, recently visited Copenhagen and Oslo to discuss energy supply, with a particular emphasis on hydrogen, for northern Germany.
The state administration of Schleswig-Holstein and the Senate of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg decided to support the hydrogen economy.
Five Solaris Urbino 12 hydrogen buses have been ordered by Hamburger Hochbahn. Hamburg will see the introduction of these zero-emission automobiles as early as the second quarter of 2024.
The defunct Moorburg coal-fired power plant was purchased by the city of Hamburg from Vattenfall.
In 2025, Hamburg will become the first federal state to ban combustion-powered taxis.
The shipping route connecting Hamburg, on Germany’s northwest coast, and Halifax, on Canada’s east coast, is being decarbonized by the…
Newfoundland and Labrador, a province of Canada, is interested in collaborating with Hamburg on hydrogen technology. A similar declaration of…
A collaboration agreement for the delivery of green hydrogen was signed by the Chilean Ministry of Energy, the City-State of…