Energy transition driven by LNG or hydrogen?

29.01.2019

Logistics and renewable energy industries from Northern Germany discuss sustainable heavy traffic

The German Federal Ministry of Transport is promoting alternative propulsion systems in freight transport in the shape of exemption from toll charges and an investment subsidy from 8,000 to 40,000 euros for trucks with a weight in excess of 7.5 tonnes. This includes compressed natural gas (CNG), liquid natural gas (LNG), battery or fuel cell electric propulsion systems that use hydrogen as energy source. Which of these propulsion technologies offer the greatest benefits in terms of efficiency, regional value creation and climate protection?

In order to answer these questions and to network logistics with the renewable energy sector, the Schleswig-Holstein Renewable Energy Network Agency (EE.SH) invited participants from both sectors to a renewable energy workshop on “LNG or Hydrogen Options for Action for the Logistics Sector” at the Neumünster Business Development Agency’s LOG-IN start-up centre.

Event partners and sponsors were the Logistics Initiative Schleswig-Holstein, Schleswig-Holstein Logistics Business Association, MBA Neumünster GmbH, Herbert Voigt GmbH & Co. KG and the Mittelholstein Business Association.

Read more in the latest Schleswig-Holstein Renewable Energy Network Agency press release.

 
 
 
 
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