Hydrogen pipelines for green hydrogen in Germany

Germany will not be able to meet all of its hydrogen demand from piped gas the cheapest way of transporting hydrogen, forcing the country to rely on costlier shipping options instead, according to a this new study by Agora Energiewende (only available in German). By 2030, Germany looks to import 45 TWh worth of hydrogen or 1.3 million tons According to the study “pipelines are the cheapest way to import renewable hydrogen to Germany,” with estimated costs sitting below €1 per kilograms. Assuming all 45 TWh of Germany’s hydrogen imports are transported that way, this would translate into a €1.2 billion bill by 2030, […]

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