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Germany’s energy policy is the least transparent in Europe

Germany’s energy policy is the least transparent in Europe

Germany’s energy policy is the least transparent in Europe

“Germany’s next dependency” – this is how Eurointelligence sums up Berlin’s change in stance on blue hydrogen.

“Germany’s energy strategy is probably one of the least transparent policy areas in Europe right now. (…) The Green Party has always rejected the technology of CSS – storing CO2 from the production of blue hydrogen underground, because of the possibility of leakage. This is another technological trend that Germany has missed in recent decades. The country that did not miss it is Norway,” reminds the Brussels-based business intelligence agency.

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