Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) is set to be actively involved in the newly established H2Global Foundation.
The company’s involvement will assist the company in successfully implementing its projects in the field of hydrogen technology.
“We want to be part of this foundation right from the start, in order to contribute our expertise, but also to learn from the experiences of others,” said Angela Titzrath on the occasion of the establishment of the H2Global Foundation.
The HHLA executive board chairwoman was elected as deputy chairwoman of the foundation’s board of trustees in an online election.
“I am pleased that the members of the foundation have placed their trust in them.” HHLA is already working intensively on the possibilities that green hydrogen offers to achieve its climate goals Developed hydrogen distribution, “said Titzrath.
Peter Altmaier, Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy, called the establishment of the foundation a “really historic project” and added that “Germany has to become a world leader in hydrogen technology if we want to achieve our sustainability goals.” The development of green hydrogen should be in Germany with a total volume of 20 to 30 billion euros.
The H2Global foundation unites numerous players who want to contribute to the economic market launch of green hydrogen and its derivatives. The H2Global Foundation is to implement a specially developed funding concept.