Engine maker MWM and WTZ, a non-profit research institution in the field of large engines, are embarking on a two-year hydrogen research project funded by the German government.
The goal of the project is to use the electricity generated by renewable energies for hydrogen production in electrolyzers. The green hydrogen produced in this way is temporarily stored and, when needed, used for decentralized electricity and heat generation by combustion in the hydrogen engine with high efficiencies.
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