Monday, December 2, 2019

INNIO, German utility plan hydrogen CHP project in Hamburg

Global on-site power giant INNIO and utility HanseWerk AG will collaborate on a 1-MW hydrogen-fueled pilot project in Hamburg, Germany.
The two companies signed a letter of intent on a hydrogen-fueled combined heat and power plant. The city of Hamburg (pictured) has set itself the goal of ensuring that all interested customers in the power, heat and transportation sectors can be supplied almost entirely with green hydrogen by 2035.
“Together with HanseWerk AG, we are paving the way for a future energy supply in Hamburg that is greener, more secure, more flexible and more decentralized,” said Carlos Lange, President and CEO of INNIO. “As a leading solutions provider of gas engines, we continue to invest in new technologies such as hydrogen. We are proud to be working in collaboration with HanseWerk AG to develop this innovative flagship project, a development that is a big step in advancing toward decarbonization.”

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