- Hydrogen technology is an important factor in making the economy in Europe carbon neutral
Leverkusen — Currenta becomes part of the “European Alliance for Clean Hydrogen”. The initiative founded by the European Commission supports the development of a clean and globally competitive hydrogen industry and aims to contribute to the EU’s goal of becoming climate neutral by 2050.
At the Chempark locations in Leverkusen, Dormagen and Krefeld-Uerdingen, Currenta provides services for more than 70 industrial companies in the areas of supply and disposal, infrastructure, security, analysis, maintenance and logistics. Hydrogen is already being produced on site by steam reforming and chlor-alkali electrolysis and is used in production by the Chempark partners.
In the future, climate-neutral hydrogen will continue to gain importance as a key raw material for a greenhouse gas-neutral industry – also in other areas, for example in the mobility and logistics sector.
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