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The National Hydrogen Council presents strategy

Back in June 2020, the German Federal Cabinet set an example for a more sustainable future with the publication of the National Hydrogen Strategy (NWS) and the accompanying establishment of the National Hydrogen Council (NWR).

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Mobility turnaround in Germany

When the term "mobility turnaround" comes up, the first association is often with battery-electric vehicles. The importance of these for a sustainable urban transport landscape is undisputed, but is often misinterpreted.

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Smart Grids

In the context of the energy transition, the question arises of an entity that can bring together both the generation and consumption of energy.

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Urban traffic - a clean idea

City traffic can also be clean and quiet - with hydrogen technology and fuel cells

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