Hydrogen from the desert

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View of the Ouarzazate solar thermal power plant in Morocco.
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The demand for "green" hydrogen will increase significantly. But where should he come from? The focus is on imports from sunny regions.

by GÜVEN PURTUL

Green hydrogen is to become the “new crude oil”. But that requires a lot of the gas. So far, it is admittedly a rare and therefore expensive commodity. This can be seen, for example, in the case of “wind gas”, which Greenpeace Energy has been supplying its customers with since 2014. This is mundane natural gas with a share of only one percent hydrogen (H2), but the purchase price is ten times higher than that of fossil fuels. the

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