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RWE hydrogen head calls for green certification

German utility’s first ever dedicated hydrogen board member sees the fuel as central to the global energy transition

Germany’s RWE is one of the first energy companies to appoint a board member dedicated to hydrogen, leading a new department focused on its development. Sopna Sury, who started her new role in February, tells Hydrogen Economist about the organisational changes at RWE that have put hydrogen into the spotlight—and that she believes it will become as important to climate protection as drinking water is to everyday life. What are your priorities over the first months in your new role?  “Hydrogen is the global shooting star of the energy transition” Sury: Taking on responsibility for hydrogen at RWE and for developing the first projects on an industrial scale is a dream job. Hydro



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