Kraftanlagen München has joined the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance (ECHA) in October. The alliance aims to achieve an ambitious deployment of clean hydrogen technologies by the year 2030. These include renewable and low-carbon hydrogen production, the use of clean hydrogen in industry, mobility and other sectors, and hydrogen transmission and distribution.
With the alliance the European Union aims to strengthen its global leadership in this field and support the EU's commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
ECHA offers participants a forum for exchange among themselves as well as with governments, public institutions, investors and research institutes to actively shape the future of the hydrogen economy in Europe. The European Commission will coordinate closely with the members on the development.
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List of ECHA members
The accession of power plants underscores the company's comprehensive commitment to more green hydrogen in industry, energy and transport. This includes the commitment to create a national hydrogen infrastructure (GET H2) and the work in the Hydrogen Alliance of Bavaria (H2.B)
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