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September 2, 2021
LBST is partner in the Bavarian Hydrogen Technology and Application Centre (WTAZ)

Today, Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder, Federal Minister for Transport and Digital Infrastructure Andreas Scheuer and the Bavarian State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy jointly announce: the Hydrogen Technology and Application Centre (WTAZ) is being built in Pfeffenhausen as part of the National Hydrogen Innovation and Technology Center (ITZ). LBST is proud to be part of the successful consortium.

August 17, 2021
Options for a UK low carbon hydrogen standard: report for UK government

Agreeing on a common definition for green and low carbon hydrogen with transparent criteria is an essential prerequisite of international decarbonisation. It is great to see that the UK government is pushing towards that and we are honoured to have supported the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy by delivering the report “Options for a UK low carbon hydrogen standard” jointly with our friends from E4tech.

Feed-in mangagement Germany
July 17, 2021
Development of RES electricity & feed-in management in Germany

German grid management still seems to keep up with increasing renewables; the share of curtailed renewable power has remained at around 2.5 % since 2015 in spite of growing renewable power generation, in 2020 having supplied 46 % of gross consumption (544 TWh).

June 1, 2021
LBST is a partner in the HyStories project

Large scale underground storage of renewable hydrogen allows to decouple renewable energy generation from its use. LBST is a partner in the FCH JU funded HyStories project, delivering technical developments and conducting techno-economic feasibility studies to provide insights into underground hydrogen storage for decision makers in government and industry.


Check our latest publications

International Hydrogen Strategies

A comparison of several national hydrogen strategies shows that hydrogen is  generally seen as a key element in a decarbonized energy system.

Hydrogen Decarbonization Pathways

Analysis of different hydrogen production pathways based on their greenhous gas emissions as well as their potential scalabilities and impacts.

Hydrogen in National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs)

The analysis shows the substantial potential of a broad application of hydrogen technologies in the European Member States in the next decade.


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