September 2021, Vol. 248, No. 9


German Hydrogen Council: Pipelines Most Economical Way to Move Hydrogen

By Maddy McCarty, Digital Editor   Germany’s National Hydrogen Council determined pipeline transport to be the most economical option to move hydrogen for distances up to about 6,210 miles (10,000 km), even if it would require building new pipelines.   The council adopted that position in a paper using information in the “European Hydrogen Backbone” study, which determines transportation prices of about 19 cents/kg (0.16 €/kg) per 621 miles (1,000 km).   NOW GmbH shared the National Hydrogen Council’s position in a news release, in which NOW GmbH said transportation of hydrogen plays a central role in the swift development of a market-based hydrogen economy in Ge

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