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July 26th, 2022 | 09:54 CEST

Enapter CEO Sebastian-Justus Schmidt exclusively on the offer in the current energy situation in Germany

  • Expert
  • Hydrogen
  • Enapter
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Sebastian-Justus Schmidt founded Enapter to build green energy systems where there is a financial advantage over fossil fuel use in the medium term. He is sure that future-oriented companies need application-oriented, effective research and development with intensive software support as a foundation.

time to read: 1 minutes | Author: Mario Hose
ISIN: ENAPTER AG INH O.N. | DE000A255G02

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    Given the current energy situation in Germany, what benefit can Enapter offer its customers?

    'Right now, many people are seeing that independence from fossil resources is just as important as decentralized energy systems. This is a trend that gives us massive support.

    On our way to make hydrogen cheaper than fossil fuels, we have great help from the fossil industry, where the price of fossil fuels is constantly increasing.

    The demand for our products is exorbitantly high - our precaution to plan and prepare for mass production at an early stage was absolutely right.'

    Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, CEO, Enapter AG


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