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Peter Altmaier, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy, announced at a press conference today that the “Reallabor Westküste 100” is to be one of the first real-world laboratories of the energy transition in Germany. This gives the consortium’s nine partners the chance to gradually create an industrial-scale regional hydrogen economy and make an important contribution to achieving climate protection goals.
To make flying, building and heating more sustainable in the future - that’s the goal of the “Westküste 100” real-world laboratory project. The aim is to create an industrial-scale regional hydrogen economy. The conditions for this on the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein are unique: a strong wind energy region, excellent geological storage conditions, and innovative companies that want to actively shape the future and make an important contribution to achieving climate protection goals.