The seminar will address the energy-strategic aspects of hydrogen in detail, based on the latest published studies (e.g. H2Mobility), and present the perspectives and framework conditions of its application. Seminar participants will also receive an overview of the latest developments, technical difficulties and obstacles as well as on safety aspects of hydrogen and fuel cells.
The seminar is aimed at engineers in the development and application of new energy technologies as well as managers seeking to gain an overview of the possibilities and prospects of hydrogen and fuel cell technology. The target group therefore encompasses technicians, engineers, research and development staff, managers, business development managers, etc.
The finite nature of fossil fuels and their increasingly harmful climatic effects and impact on the environment leave no other solution in the long term than to use renewable energies. However, the fluctuation in the supply of renewable energies requires a secondary energy source that can be stored, which also offers a wide range of possible applications in all the individual technological steps – generation, transport and distribution as well as power generation. Hydrogen offers these possibilities and, especially in combination with the fuel cell, high efficiencies and the possibility of combined heat and power generation both centrally and decentrally.
In mobility applications too in electric vehicles too, hydrogen will be necessary to achieve greater ranges and is therefore indispensable for many types of vehicles (trucks, vans, buses, trains in local transport services).
The future of energy supply lies in renewable primary energies. However, their supply fluctuates greatly and is not sufficient on its own to ensure security of supply. As a storable secondary energy carrier, hydrogen will play an essential role both in the stabilisation of primary energies and as a fuel in vehicles. In addition, hydrogen will provide highly efficient energy in many other applications in combination with fuel cells.
- Alexander Dauensteiner, Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co. KG, Allendorf
- Dr. René van Doorn, PSW automotive engineering GmbH, Neckarsulm
- Dr.-Ing. Thomas Grube, Forschungszentrum Jülich
- Dennis Hoeveler, Nowega GmbH, Münster
- Gert Müller-Syring, DBI Gas- und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Leipzig (requested)
- Dr. Markus Oles, Thyssenkrupp AG, Essen
- Dr. Bernd Pitschak, Hydrogenics GmbH, Gladbeck
- Ina Stevens, EBISUblue, Kassel
- Dr. Johannes Töpler, Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellenverband (DWV)
- Tilman Wilhelm, NOW GmbH, National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology, Berlin
- NN, Center for Fuel Cell Technology (ZBT GmbH), Duisburg
- HDT Members: € 990.00 – Non-members: €1090.00
- VAT-exempt, includes event-related work documents as well as lunch and drinks during breaks