Quality assurance standards are essential for the acceptance of hydrogen applications. Which measurement methods must be used to make future applications safe and reliable? Which norms and standards can already be applied today?
The German government’s hydrogen strategy promotes new applications of hydrogen. DIN would like to support small and medium-sized businesses in particular to take an active and self-determined role in standardisation.
In our workshop, you will learn how you can participate in standardisation and what financing options are available for SMEs interested in actively participating in standardisation.
Online workshop on 18.03.2021, 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Please register via the following link (in German):
www.din-veranstaltungen.de and enter the code: mittelstand9
- 12:30pm | WELCOME and WARM-UP
Alexandra Horn, DIN; Jadranka Pfautsch, NOW GmbH
- 12:35pm | KNOWLEDGE: Quality through certification – locational advantages in Germany
Dr. Michael Maiwald, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM – Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung)
- 12:45pm | Potentials of a standardisation roadmap for the hydrogen strategy
Andreas Steier, Member of the German Bundestag
Open Q&A session
- 13:05pm | FINANCING: Funding and financing opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises in standardisation
Alexandra Horn, DIN
- 13:20pm | Q&A session
- 13:30pm | Close
Together with partners, DIN is organising the “Tapping into new markets – aiming high with norms and standards” series of events for small and medium-sized enterprises. The project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and runs until 2022. At the events, SMEs learn how they can get involved in standardisation and what funding opportunities are available to them, as well as having the opportunity to engage in discussion with professionals active in standardisation.
If you would like to learn more about DIN and KOMMIT, or you are interested in participating in other events, please contact Alexandra Horn ().