Germany’s energy ministry has received around 200 hydrogen project proposals seeking funding under the Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) program, it said Feb. 25. The IPCEI call was launched Dec. 17 by 22 EU member states and Norway to help kick-start a European hydrogen economy. The deadline for schematic proposals to the ministry was Feb. 19. Projects from all German regions applied, the ministry said, underlining strong willingness to invest. Related story: France launches hydrogen council, 3.2 GW of electrolyzer projects seek IPCEI funding No list of project was published. Next steps in the process involve match-making workshops leading to pre-notification by May 2021. Member states and the EC aim for a final decision on the projects by end-2021. The German government on Feb. 10 approved interim regulation for hydrogen networks as part […]