RWE believes that green hydrogen will be an important factor in the success of the energy transition, as well as being crucial to the further expansion of renewables. In many sectors, hydrogen is needed as an alternative to the direct use of electricity. Hydrogen will replace fossil fuels in many industrial processes and will be used in transportation in cases where batteries are unsuitable. This is why we are proactively developing a hydrogen economy, both in Germany and beyond.
What it takes to develop Green Hydrogen Projects
RWE Technology International informs you on the main challenges and technologies of developing Green Hydrogen. With its extensive expertise, RWE TI supports customers in the successful implementation of these projects.
The biggest impact on total project costs and overall project success is at the early stages, developing concepts and designs. This applies to green hydrogen as well as to electricity, heat, industrial energy and storage, as it does to all large-scale projects. In this interview, Ingo Birnkraut (CEO and Managing Director, RWE Technology International) and Henning Joswig (Project Manager Hydrogen, RWE Technology International) explain the specifics and challenges developing green hydrogen projects.
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Overcoming challenges in hydrogen projects and the most efficient electrolysis production technologies from a project manager's perspective.