CEO of energy giant RWE


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The CEO of German energy company RWE has called for the use of hydrogen in sectors where electrification is just not an option, telling CNBC that “in the end, all hydrogen needs to be green.”

In an interview earlier this week it was put to Markus Krebber that Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess had argued hydrogen was not the answer for the German automotive giant.

“I actually agree with Herbert Diess because … he says that hydrogen is not the solution for passenger transportation and I think here, electrification — direct electrification — is the solution,” Krebber replied.

“But we need hydrogen for those parts of the economy which cannot be…


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