Germany and France have announced their desire to invest in hydrogen power development, which could represent about a quarter of the world’s production of energy in 2050.
Both countries point out the benefits for the environment, as hydrogen only releases water, but they disagree on a few major points.
France would like to use its nuclear reactor to produce hydrogen, which Berlin firmly opposed.
Source: Fintan Burke, Science Business
Picture: German Economic Affairs Minister Peter Altmaier, BMWi/Andreas Mertens