Like Tesla did for autos, Germany’s TES aims to be an energy disruptor

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By Marwa Rashad LONDON (Reuters) – Germany’s Tree Energy Solutions (TES) plans to build the world’s largest portfolio of hydrogen projects by 2030 as it seeks to change “the old way of thinking about energy” just like Tesla did about autos, its newly-appointed CEO said. TES, backed by Belgian firm AtlasInvest, is adopting new technologies involving using hydrogen to produce synthetic methane, which will be easier to transfer to the company’s infrastructure that will be built in Europe and designed to produce no emissions and zero-leakage. A hydrogen supply network could boost Europe’s energy s…

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