Czech German Hydrogen
The vision of the Czech German Hydrogen Interconnector (CGHI) initiative is to create a hydrogen interconnector to connect high potential hydrogen supply areas in Northern Germany and the Baltics with expected high demand clusters in the EU (predominantly in South Germany and Northern Bohemia). Additionally, it will also enable connection of local suppliers and consumers along the corridor. The initiative was launched in 2022 by three gas infrastructure companies: GASCADE, NET4GAS and OGE.
“A transnational hydrogen network is essential for a future European hydrogen market. Without the widespread use of hydrogen alongside renewable energy, we will be unable to reach our climate targets.”
“In this way, we are supporting the climate targets for 2030 and ensuring that Germany and Europe can supply themselves with hydrogen produced in Europe.”
Managing Director, GASCADE
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