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Decarbonisation will not work without hydrogen – RWE

German utility’s involvement in more than 30 projects places it at the top of the hydrogen leaderboard in Europe

The development of a hydrogen market, and particularly green hydrogen, is essential for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in industry and transport, the newly appointed head of hydrogen at German utility RWE tells Hydrogen Economist. “The decarbonisation of industry and parts of transport such as aviation or heavy-duty traffic will not work without hydrogen,” says Sopna Sury, RWE’s chief operating officer for hydrogen, a board-level position, since February. “This means that a whole new value chain with huge growth potential is about to emerge around hydrogen, and RWE is determined to play an important part in this,” she says. “The decarbonisation of industry and parts of transpo



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