One of the greatest challenges of our time is climate change, says Lars Holger Engelhard. "The facts are clear. We have to act now, so we not to lose everything." The couple wanted to contribute their skills, for example to develop a hydrogen ferry that connects Schleswig with the opposite side of the Schlei - a need confirmed by many inquiries.
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You are originally from Bavaria, are internationally active in business - and have chosen Schleswig and the Schleiregion for what is perhaps the most ambitious project: Lars Holger Engelhard and his wife Stefanie want to use hydrogen technology to build sustainable ferries. Their project "Schleiboats" has developed such a dynamic within a very short time. A 15 million euro business plan has raised out of the concept.