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Germany develops hydrogen industry

Germany develops hydrogen industry

The German authorities want to surprise the world with the development of the hydrogen industry as part of a program to combat climate change. This is evidenced by the words of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

Scholz called hydrogen the gas of the future and promised that Germany could make a big boom in this area. Thus, the authorities plan to diversify energy sources.

The chancellor added that by 2023 the country will have all the necessary infrastructure for gas imports. A liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal is planned to be built near the coast of Germany.

In July 2022, the German authorities took new measures to address the global problem of climate change. In order to reduce emissions, the country has begun building more bike lanes to encourage residents to switch from gasoline cars to other vehicles.

Earlier it was reported that the energy crisis in Germany will accelerate the collapse of the eurozone. Germany ran a trade deficit in a few years, as it was the only major EU country with an annual trade surplus.