The “Green Hydrogen” episode is part of a podcast series in which very different women talk about their projects and their commitment to the Earth. Their career is also highlighted and a brief insight into their everyday work is given. In the following episode with SolarBioproducts Ruhr, hydrogen as the energy carrier of the future is the central topic. But all too often, hydrogen is produced from natural gas or coal, producing large amounts of CO2. Green hydrogen is produced from water using electrolysis with electricity from renewable energy sources. In an interview with SolarBioproducts Ruhr, the green biohydrogen is also examined, in the production of which biocatalysts are used to split water. These and other exciting facts are supplemented by information on algae and the many benefits of their enzymes. In addition, Dr. Christina Marx will talk about the challenges and highlights as a researcher – and also what changed as a young mother.
The complete episode is available at https://die-weltretterin.de/007-gruener-wasserstoff.
Photo of algea Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, called „Chlamy“ ©Sbp