The main topic is: "Hydrogen as an energy carrier". The history of the fuel cell is a success story. In the meantime, ships sail with fuel cells, there are CHP units with fuel cells, airplanes fly and cars, buses and bicycles drive thanks to this future-oriented way of supplying energy. North Rhine-Westphalia has played a major role in this development.
The issue also contains an indepth interview with Manfred Fischedick of the Wuppertal Institute on the subject of "Storing CO2?". Carbon capture and storage (CCS), the separation of climate-damaging CO2 from power plant flue gases and subsequent storage, is being discussed among experts. An interview with Prof. Manfred Fischedick of the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy on the technical feasibility, economic viability and ecological compatibility.
In addition, the new innovation & energie offers, as always, many more exciting reports, news, interviews and event information on the subjects of renewable energies, energy efficiency and climate protection.
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