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Analysis of the Implementation of Functional Hydrogen Assumptions in Poland and Germany


[ 1 ] Wydział Zarządzania i Dowodzenia, Akademia Sztuki Wojennej | [ 2 ] Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie | [ P ] employee

Scientific discipline (Law 2.0)

[5.6] Management and quality studies

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Journal year: 2022 | Journal volume: vol. 15 | Journal number: issue 22

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scientific article

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  • Hydrogen
  • Green energy
  • Renewable energy
  • Transport
  • Decarbonization
  • Poland
  • Germany
  • Individuals
  • Enterprises
  • Odnawialne źródła energii
  • Transformacja energetyczna
  • Wodór
  • Zielona gospodarka
  • Polska
  • Niemcy

EN The use of hydrogen exists in various sectors in Poland and Germany. Hydrogen can be used in industry, transport, decarbonisation of the Polish steel industry and as one of the low-emission alternatives to the existing coal applications in this sector. Limiting climate change requires efforts on a global scale from all countries of the world. Significant economic benefits will be realized by stimulating the development of new technologies to deal with climate change. The scenarios show an increasing demand for industrial hydrogen in the future. The key is to replace gray hydrogen with green, and to convert industrial processes, which will create additional hydrogen demand. The condition for the development of a green hydrogen economy is access to adequate installed capacity in renewable energy. Germany will become the leading market in the era of energy transformation in the coming years. The implementation of the hydrogen assumptions in Poland is possible, to a greater extent, by the efforts of entrepreneurs.

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1 - 26



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3.252 [List 2021]