In an online seminar series, interested participants from Germany and China are given an insight into the work of the SGEC and the opportunity for professional exchange and networking.
Seminar 2: The road to hydrogen mobility economies – in which vehicle segments will hydrogen play a role?
on 21.06.2022, 9:00 – 11:30 am (CEST)
- Begrüßung und Einführung
- Lokale Wasserstoffmobilität in Deutschland
- Förderung der Wasserstoffökonomie: Der deutsche HyLand-Ansatz
- Die Wasserstoff-Mobilität wird in Deutschland Realität
- Fragen & Antworten
- Lokale Wasserstoffmobilität in China
- Förderung der Wasserstoffökonomie: Chinese City clusters
- Eine Wasserstoff-Mobilität wird in China Realität
- Fragen & Antworten
- Schlussstatements der Vortragenden
- Zusammenfassung und Ausblick
Participants: Those interested in electromobility from China and Germany.
Language: Chinese and German; a simultaneous translation is planned.
Cost: Participation is free.
Topic area managers:
Simon Verleger/ Xiaowen Xu
Prof. Yafu ZHOU
The virtual “Sino German Electro Mobility Innovation and Support Center” (SGEC) bundles activities and projects of the German-Chinese cooperation on electromobility with battery and hydrogen fuel cell technology. Partners are the Federal Ministry for Digital Affairs and Transport (BMDV) and the Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) of the People’s Republic of China. The center is managed jointly by the China Automotive Technology & Research Center (CATARC) and the National Organization Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NOW) as the lead organizations of the respective ministries. Both countries have parallel coordination structures and only finance their national activities. The aim of the SGEC is to advance the market ramp-up of battery and FC electric vehicles in China and Germany, including on the basis of joint R&D projects.
The cooperation focuses on the following topics:
- Topic 1 – Battery electric mobility (incl. charging infrastructure) T
- Topic 2 – Hydrogen fuel cell mobility (incl. infrastructure)
- Topic 3 – Safety (Battery and Hydrogen) and RCS
- Topic 4 – Integration of renewable energies (incl. electricity-based fuels)