Chair Paul Wurth Chair of Energy Process Engineering

Green hydrogen research and development

Hydrogen, chemical element and its uses, cover photo

The Paul Wurth Chair works in collaboration with industry, government and research partners to drive the development of green hydrogen solutions.

Green ammonia as a hydrogen vector

Efficient global transport of green hydrogen

The rapid expansion of european hydrogen consumption in industry and mobility will require vastly increased production of green hydrogen, more than can be realistically produced using existing electrolyser and renewable energy resources. To fill this gap, very substantial imports of green hydrogen are required and this will likely be achieved using a chemical hydrogen carrier such as ammonia.

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    • Prof. Bradley Ladewig talks about Climate change, Net zero and Green Hydrogen

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      Inaugural lecture of Prof. Bradley Ladewig

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