In the district of North Frisia, Schleswig-Holstein, the pilot project will install a hydrogen infrastructure from generation to processing and fleet utilization. The aim is to introduce a sustainable, collective system to society at large based on renewable energies: Producing, transporting, processing and marketing hydrogen together. This is an ambitious project that requires a great deal of know-how, funding and conviction - and at the same time can be seen as a milestone with regard to the energy turnaround. The eFarm project provides supply security in North Frisia for 100 % green, regionally produced hydrogen from wind power, thus paving the way for all citizens and companies who want to purchase a hydrogen vehicle. What does it take to achieve this? The topic was dicussed durche the HANNOVER MESSE Digital Days .