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19 Sep

Germany will need to rely on costlier, riskier ship-based H2 imports: Agora

As hydrogen imports through pipelines alone will be insufficient to cover Germany’s future renewable hydrogen demand, the country will require additional imports by ship. However, ship-based imports pose high costs and technical hurdles, a new report by think tank Agora Energiewende and Hamburg University of Technology claims. Importing renewable hydrogen via pipelines is currently the cheapest option, with costs under €1 ($1.07) per kilogram of hydrog…
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Reethu Ravi  |  UK
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