Green hydrogen is hailed as an alternative to fossil fuels. A project starting in a small German village could be a vital proof point on the path to a hydrogen-based economy.
Etzel is a speck of a village even on large scale maps of northern Germany, but it plays a role in securing Europe’s energy supply all out of proportion to its size. Located 20 kilometres from the country’s only deep-water port of Wilhelmshaven, the town of 800 inhabitants is one of the largest energy hubs in Europe.
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