Plans for hydrogen core network seen by summer - German regulator
BERLIN, Jan 23 (Reuters) - Plans to extend and replace German natural gas networks to carry clean hydrogen fuels could be finalised by the summer of 2024, Klaus Mueller, president of the country's grid regulator, said on Tuesday.
"By summer, plans (for the hydrogen core network) could be sealed and after that gas and hydrogen grid plans could be integrated," Mueller said in a panel discussion at a Berlin conference.
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Europe's biggest economy is about to decide how to place billions of euros to develop green hydrogen for decarbonisation in the coming decades, where existing gas grids play a key role in transport. (Reporting by Vera Eckert; Editing by Christoph Steitz)