The demand for green hydrogen looks set to skyrocket in the next few years. This requires a lot of green electricity, for example from wind turbines. But the expansion of onshore wind farms is only progressing slowly.
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Large parts of the island's electricity supply went down after a blast and fire at a substation. That came soon after an apparent cyberattack on the territory's newly-contracted, much-criticized power company.
Using hydrogen as a source of energy is gaining traction globally. The US president even wants 15 decarbonized hydrogen demonstration projects as part of his job creation program. DW takes a closer look.
NordLink is one of the world's longest subsea cables. It connects the energy grids of Norway and Germany, with a test run already completed successfully. It will provide some 3.6 million households with green power.
Europe's Nordic countries are popular for sustainable cryptomining because electricity there is cheap and mainly comes from renewable sources. But other industries also want to take advantage of this green energy.
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