Germany is not sufficiently prepared for the ramp-up of the hydrogen economy. This is the conclusion of the “H2-Bilanz” (H2 balance), an analysis by E.ON based on data from the Energy Economics Institute at the University of Cologne (EWI). E.ON delivered an overall solid operating performance in the first nine months of fiscal year 2022 despite the enormous challenges posed by the energy crisis and stays on course to achieve its full-year targets. With establishing E.ON One as the digital enabler for the energy sector, the goal is clear: Offer all relevant solutions from a single source. This winter, every kilowatt hour counts to reduce electricity and gas consumption. E.ON will therefore reduce the energy consumption of its own buildings by at least 20 percent on average.