Breaking down the National Hydrogen Strategy (NHS)

With the National Hydrogen Strategy (NHS) the Federal Government has created a coherent framework of action to support the future production, transport, application, and further use of hydrogen and thus for corresponding innovations and investments. (BMWi)

The overall objective of the BMWi's National Hydrogen Strategy reflects the basic idea of the National Hydrogen Strategy, but at the same time raises further questions:    

  • What does the National Hydrogen Strategy actually entail in terms of implementation?
  • What guidelines does the National Hydrogen Strategy set and what changes they require?
  • What does the National Hydrogen Strategy mean in concrete terms for the production, transport and consumption of hydrogen in Germany?
  • How do the mentioned core parameters of the National Hydrogen Strategy fit into the context of other studies and research results?
  • Where is the H2 required for the German hydrogen economy produced?
  • What research and practical measures are taken within the framework of the National Hydrogen Strategy to achieve the market ramp-up of a hydrogen economy and the associated technology development in Germany?
  • What are the costs of the National Hydrogen Strategy measures?

Our infographic "Breaking down the National Hydrogen Strategy" provides an overview of the answers to these and additional questions

 

 infographic breaking down the National Hydrogen Strategy

 Figure 1:  Infographic "Breaking down the National Hydrogen Strategy"

 

 

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