Corporate culture | energy concepts | future of production | innovation | Sustainability and climate protection | trends of technology | Green hydrogen is considered the energy carrier of the future and Germany wants to play a leading role in this. Within the framework of the National Hydrogen Strategy, the German government plans to support the industry with around nine billion euros in the transformation to a hydrogen economy. The beneficiaries will be plant constructors, hydrogen producers and hydrogen users. thyssenkrupp will also profit, says board member Dr. Klaus Keysberg.
energy concepts | innovation | Sustainability and climate protection | trends of technology | Hydrogen is the element that occurs most frequently in our universe. It is found all around us and can be used as a climate-neutral energy carrier. Thus, the light H2 molecule could become the key to a successful energy transition. However, this will only succeed if the so-called 'green' hydrogen is put to use.
energy concepts | Engineering | Sustainability and climate protection | trends of technology | In March the colleagues at thyssenkrupp rothe erde reached a milestone in their production history: the manufacturing of the 1,000th multi-megawatt rotor bearing. We took a closer look at this component of wind turbines, which is so important for a successful energy transition.
energy concepts | mobility of the future | Smart energy | Sustainability and climate protection | Urbanization | Car journeys, air travel and shipping are an integral part of our globalized world, but they also pose a threat to our climate. Alternative fuels made from biomass or based on hydrogen offer promising solutions for the mobility dilemma: with the right technologies, they are climate-neutrally producible and thus a great hope for the energy turnaround.
energy concepts | Smart energy | What will our energy supply look like in the future? This is a difficult question for which there is no clear-cut answer. But we can describe alternative developments. In our third scenario, competition has been taken to extremes. In this all-embracing rivalry everyone is focused on their own interests – and the energy sector is no exception.