Wissenshäppchen Wasserstoff: In a video interview, Michael Felderhoff and Alexander Auer explain interesting facts about the chemical element that will shape the energy of the future
When it comes to the energy of the future, no one can ignore this chemical element: Hydrogen. Many citizens would like to form an opinion on hydrogen as a future technology. This is where the educational program "Wissenshäppchen" from Arbeit und Leben DGB/VHS Mülheim comes in. Presenter Barbara Kröger talks to experts about current socio-political topics and offers a generally understandable way of conveying complex content. In "Wissenshäppchen Wasserstoff," she asked Michael Felderhoff and Alexander Auer from the MPI about how hydrogen is produced and what challenges lie ahead for research and industry to distribute the energy carrier safely and readily available to households and industrial companies.
The approximately 30-minute video interview also includes a brief look at the Mülheim laboratories where research is being conducted on hydrogen.
Video available on youtube from August, 23rd, 3:00 p.m.: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5MyoAduz0A