Two power-to-gas projects promise to improve the technology. In Brandenburg, Edis and Gasag want to transform renewable power into hydrogen, driving sectoral coupling. And Sunfire has switched on its first co-electrolysis project. Edis and Gasag have signed a cooperation agreement to develop a power-to-gas project in Havelland, Brandenburg. Through the project, electricity generated from renewable sources is converted into hydrogen by electrolysis. The ‘green’ hydrogen can then be fed into the gas network and stored and later used as an admixture with natural gas for power or heat generation. The hydrogen could also be used in fuel cell powered vehicles, according to the project‘s co-developers.
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