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Hydrogen Minigrids


Author: Nikolas Schöne

Electricity is seen as sine qua non for any economic, cultural and social development, or human development as a collective term. Strategies and blueprints of countries facing forced action to achieve universal access to electricity by 2030 – as stated by number 7 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG 7) – propose deployment of minigrids, which, inter alia,  convince by their high quality of supply and potential compatibility with the national grid in future . In this context, hydrogen technologies have a promising technical potential to act as an all-round talent in the service of reliable electricity, clean cooking and mobility and even to trigger synergies with other industries, such as the agricultural sector.

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