H2 infrastructure

The transport and distribution of large amounts of energy to end user require a functioning and robust infrastructure. While the conversion of existing natural gas pipelines offers great potential for cost-efficient transport of hydrogen, other alternative transport vectors are also conceivable, depending on distance, quantity and area of application. These include the construction of dedicated H2 pipelines as well as ship, truck and train transport of compressed or liquefied hydrogen and organic carrier media.

The variety of options with their different advantages and disadvantages is a great challenge for respective stakeholders., We are happy to support you in your decision with detailed cost and technology comparisons.

Contact person

Jan Zerhusen

Jan Zerhusen

  • Senior Project Manager / Consultant

Selected projects


Hybrid solution for compressors

In this project, a consortium is working on the development of an innovative compressor solution for large hydrogen filling stations. These consist of a combination of metal hydride compressors with a high level of reliability and new mechanical compressors.


September 2019

Biomethane and hydrogen in trans-European energy infrastructures

The study develops an overview of the potential role of biomethane and hydrogen in the EU energy system. The study includes an assessment of the production and import potential.

May 2019

Hydrogen study in Nordrhein-Westfalen

The aim of the study was to investigate the factors that require the use of the economic and climate-relevant potential of hydrogen in Nordrhein-Westfalen and in Germany. For this purpose, based on an energy system analysis, the importance of the energy carrier hydrogen in the electricity, heat, transport, and industry sectors of a future energy system was examined in more detail, taking grid restrictions into account.