Enabling the future by investing
in clean technology today

The way to
zero emissions

Europe is to become the first climate-neutral continent. In order to achieve this ambitious goal, the European Commission launched the “European Green Deal“ in December 2019 – a climate concept that envisages decarbonising the European economy by 2050 at the latest. This process must be accompanied by a complete transformation of the European energy system, in which Endion will proactively participate. Significant investments in energy efficiency, renewables, new low-carbon technologies and grid infrastructure are required. Integration of the electricity and gas sectors is necessary, as is the digitalisation of the energy market. Endion is ready for this.

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Step by step
towards CO2 neutrality

We accompany the development of the technology transfer from natural gas, via environmentally friendly methane and natural gas hydrogen mixes, to clean hydrogen – starting investments today.


Step 1

Engage in natural gas to replace more polluting fuels, like coal and oil, whilst using and adopting the existing infrastructure.


Step 2

Mix natural gas with hydrogen. Methane hydrogen methane hydrogen mixes (MHM) help to reduce the carbon footprint.


Step 3

Blue Hydrogen paves the way to a hydrogen-based energy in combination with efficient low emission technologies. Roll out of additional hydrogen infrastructure.


Step 4

Turquoise Hydrogen: technological prospects for pyrolysis using natural gas. Cut CO2 emissions by introducing smart Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage technologies (CCUS).


Step 5

Green Hydrogen: use of 100% carbon free energy for production. New infrastructure and facilities are installed, natural gas is replaced by hydrogen.


energy concept

Zero emissions demands practical solutions today for problems that will only arise tomorrow. For example, the transport of electricity from renewable energies must be secured, while production capacities of climate-friendly energy have to be increased. The upcoming transition to e-mobility and green electricity will demand enormous amounts of additional clean energy in the near future.

European hydrogen

Key sources of the European hydrogen supply will be clustering in North-West Germany.


The German hydrogen supply will be generated by renewable power assets in the North Sea and connected to Dutch hydrogen market via pipelines and to hydrogen via sea barges in a second step.


The expansion into other European regions regarding production of green hydrogen will be closely tied to the development of the power transportation grid until a hydrogen logistics network covers all German areas. This local expansion is expected in 2030 – 2035. Completion of a hydrogen transportation network covering all German demand centers expected not before 2040.

Transforming the infrastructure: natural gas becomes hydrogen

Turquoise and blue hydrogen can be produced from natural gas. They will play a valuable role in the complete decarbonisation of buildings, transport, industry and power generation and completely replace natural gas as an energy carrier by 2050. The already existing natural gas infrastructure can be modernised and further utilised for the transport of hydrogen and e.g. biomethane.

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our hydrogen working group