Green hydrogen is seen as a cornerstone of the energy transition and decarbonization efforts, entailing a dramatic increase in demand, e.g. by the steel and chemical industry. Both the Republic of Korea and Germany are expected to become net hydrogen importers at large scales. Sharing similar challenges in hydrogen transportation and logistics, exchange and cooperation in this area are seen as key to unlock the clean hydrogen economy. As part of the H2DeKo project, Fraunhofer IMWS, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences and KENTECH (Korea Institute of Energy Technology) would like to invite you to the 3rd Germany-Korea Hydrogen Conference at the Fraunhofer Forum in Berlin.
To register for the online participation please submit here.