HYDROGEN DIALOGUE – Summit & Expo 2023
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In addition, so-called “blue” and “turquoise” hydrogen could play a (temporary) role in the transformation to a decarbonised economy. The source of “blue” hydrogen is fossil fuels. However, no or very little CO2 is emitted into the atmosphere during the production of blue hydrogen. The resulting CO2 is either stored (carbon capture and storage, CCS), reused (carbon capture and utilization, CCU) or not even produced through the use of pyrolysis processes. During pyrolysis, solid carbon is produced, which can be stored or, if necessary, processed further – in this context one also speaks of “turquoise” hydrogen.
The focus of the activities should be on the development and scaling of electrolysis systems as well as the identification of the optimal technologies for different local conditions. Conclusions about the challenge of scaling should be drawn from the demonstration under different framework conditions. Since the expected hydrogen demand in Germany cannot be completely covered by domestic production, the operation of plants from German production abroad must also be sought within the framework of international partnerships – ideally with the aim of importing green hydrogen to Germany as well.
For example, hydrogen fuel cells offer a range of potential applications, from powering homes and businesses to powering vehicles such as cars, buses, trains and more. Hydrogen fuel cell technology has the potential to be a completely green and renewable energy source, with waste heat (usable elsewhere) and water being the only byproducts.
Hydrogen applications in the mobility and industrial sectors are particularly interesting for Germany. Great potential for CO2 savings can be realized here through the use of hydrogen. In these areas, however, there are still challenges to be mastered with regard to the availability of products and systems and, occasionally, also with regard to profitability. In the long term, there is also great potential in the building (heating) and energy sectors (seasonal storage). Providing hydrogen as cheaply as possible is essential for the profitability of business models – as is bringing hydrogen producers and consumers together.
The large-scale production of green hydrogen, on the other hand, will most likely not take place in Germany, but in preferential regions where the production costs of hydrogen are cheaper and there is a high potential for renewable energies. Germany will therefore remain an energy importer even in a climate-neutral world. For this purpose, national and international partnerships are to be promoted in the context of an international hydrogen economy of the future. The measures are already laying the foundation for a strong position for the German economy in a climate-neutral industrial society.
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