Germany hopes to replace coal with hydrogen 

Germany hopes to replace coal with hydrogen 

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  1. Energy Week #330: 8/8/2019 | Energy Week with George Harvey and Tom Finnell Reply

    […] “Germany Hopes To Replace Coal With Hydrogen” • Germany is increasingly looking to hydrogen as an alternative to gas to end the dependence on coal. Last month the Economy Ministry announced funding for 20 hydrogen research labs, and natural gas pipeline owners asked for rule changes to allow hydrogen to be added to the mix. [Energy Reporters] […]

  2. August 4 Green Energy News | Henry J Harrell's Blog Reply

    […] “Germany Hopes To Replace Coal With Hydrogen” • Germany is increasingly looking to hydrogen as an alternative to gas to end the dependence on coal. Last month the Economy Ministry announced funding for 20 hydrogen research labs, and natural gas pipeline owners asked for rule changes to allow hydrogen to be added to the mix. [Energy Reporters] […]

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    wade allison Reply

    and where does the hydrogen come from? This shows a basic ignorance of energy. Only two answers: from Russian gas and from nuclear power. Let us hope that Denmark blocks the first. The only sustainable answer is the second.

  4. Duitsland wil zich opwerpen als wereldleider in waterstof - Express Reply

    […] eigenaars van aardgasleidingen vroegen anderzijds regelwijzigingen om waterstof aan hun aanbod te kunnen […]

  5. L'Allemagne veut devenir le leader mondial de l'hydrogène - Express Reply

    […] son approvisionnement en énergie, l’Allemagne s’intéresse de plus en plus à l’hydrogène comme alternative aux combustibles fossiles. Le pays espère utiliser l’hydrogène pour remplacer le charbon dont il dépend. Le mois […]

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    Colin Megson Reply

    The CCC want to do the same in the UK. It’s only going to cost an extra £1,270 per year on your gas bill.

    Still – you’ll be supporting plenty of green jobs, and while you’re spending all of that extra cash to cook the joint and roast the veg, you won’t be able to spend it flying off on holiday or dining in your favourite restaurant.

    Search for: “£1270 more each year forever”

    And, you’ll have to have a good think about having your roof redesigned so it: “…can be safely blown away from the rest of the structure in an explosion…” [See Wikipedia’s ‘Hydrogen safety’ page.

    I’ve even started a Government petition to – ban hydrogen from replacing natural gas – go on to all Government Petitions and put that into ‘Search’. Have a think about signing it.

  7. Mientras todos pensamos en placas solares y molinos de viento, Alemania se prepara para apostar fuerte por el hidrógeno - Tec Ofertas España Reply

    […] grandes empresas: hidrógeno. Pero ha sido en las últimas tres semanas cuando el Gobierno federal ha impulsado 20 laboratorios sobre este flamable, cuando ha quedado claro que el hidrógeno ha dejado de ser solo una gran promesa para romper con […]

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