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Hydrogen: Big hopes for the energy transition
Video with RWE expert Lisa Willnauer on the hope of the energy turnaround

Hydrogen will be an important cornerstone of a sustainable world, 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. But what exactly is this hydrogen all about: How is it produced? What is electrolysis or pyrolysis? And what role does RWE play in this topic?

Questions like these are answered by RWE expert Lisa Willnauer, Innovation & New Technologies at RWE Generation and head of the GET H2 initiative at RWE, in a short video which you can find below. The RWE engineer is involved in the development of green hydrogen projects on a virtually daily basis.

Further information on hydrogen and RWE is provided by the interview given to Energate Messenger by Roger Miesen, CEO of RWE Generation, and a digital roundtable discussion (in German) on the regulatory situation for a hydrogen economy in Germany.

Why hydrogen is seen as a key to success of the energy transition

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