Hydrogen paves the way for the "Green Deal" for Europe
The European Union rightly sees hydrogen as a pioneer of the "Green Deal" and thus as an important pillar of a climate-neutral energy system. Hydrogen can be used flexibly in all sectors. In addition, hydrogen can be stored seasonally in large quantities in suitable underground storage facilities, and it can be transported in existing gas pipelines on demand and in an environmentally friendly manner. These unique properties play a crucial role in the future energy system (due to fluctuating energy supply from sun and wind) to maintain security of supply. Hydrogen is therefore the climate-neutral energy carrier of the future.