For the first time, ABO Wind will combine a wind farm with the production and use of green hydrogen: The German Federal Ministry of Digital Affairs and Transport is funding the Hünfeld-Michelsrombach project with around twelve million euros as part of the National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Innovation Programme. The funding directive is coordinated by NOW GmbH and implemented by Project Management Jülich.The approval application for the wind turbine with an installed capacity of 4.8 megawatts has already been submitted. The electrolyser will initially be designed for an output of 5 megawatts. After five years, an expansion to 7.5 megawatts is planned to meet the expected increase in demand for hydrogen.The hydrogen project emerged from the HyExpert project "HyWheels", which was launched in 2019 and aims to turn East Hesse into a pioneer region for a carbon-neutral logistics economy. At the beginning of 2023, another project was launched as part of the H2 Cluster: the HyWheels Hessen fleet. The goal is to build one of the largest fleets of fuel cell vehicles in Germany. Through its role as a pilot project, all relevant data will be recorded to create the best possible network of filling stations and implement a service concept for the users.