Hamburg Airport has become the first German member of the international ‘Hydrogen Hub at Airport’ incentive, aiming to promote the further expansion of hydrogen infrastructure in aviation. Along with 11 other international participants, Hamburg Airport will seek to prepare hydrogen-specific airport infrastructure under a scheme initiated by Airbus. “Hamburg Airport’s expertise in hydrogen will be an invaluable asset in our ZEROe ecosystem journey to build a future where aviation will be powered by decarbonised hydrogen,” commented said Karine Guénan, vice president ZEROe Hydrogen Ecosystem. The Hydrogen Hub at Airports programme was first launched in 2020 to drive research into infrastructure

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