Consortium formed for developing new process technology to produce Sustainable Aviation Fuel
Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport (BMDV) in Germany announces funding of EUR 3.1 mn for Methanol-to-SAF (M2SAF) development project. BASF, Thyssenkrupp, OMV, DLR and ASG join M2SAF consortium.
H2Sky – Project to develop aviation-optimised fuel cell stacks receives €26.5 million in funding
The H2Sky project is receiving the highest level of funding ever received by an individual project under the National Innovation Programme for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology. Parliamentary State Secretary Kluckert (BMDV) presented the funding notice last Friday at the Airbus site in Finkenwerder.
Catalogue of measures
The NOW Advisory Board Chairman outlines the hydrogen and fuel cell industry’s wishes for the further development of the National Innovation Programme Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NIP) to the National Hydrogen Council.
“High level of ambition is needed and possible” – National Hydrogen Council comments on EU’s Fit for 55 package
At the meeting of the National Hydrogen Council (Nationaler Wasserstoffrat – NWR) on 29 October 2021, discussions included the EU’s Fit for 55 package. The package includes proposals from the EU Commission on the revision or modification of directives and regulations in the area of climate protection policy for the purposes of implementing the European Green Deal.
Fuel cells for aviation – Groundbreaking ceremony for BALIS test field in Empfingen
DLR is establishing a unique test field in the BALIS project. It will be used to develop and test fuel cell drives for various modes of transport. The focus is on fuel cells with an output of around 1.5 megawatts.
BMVI launches funding call for development platform for power-to-liquid fuels
Project outlines for the establishment and operation of a development platform for electricity-based liquid fuels (power-to-liquid, PtL) with a production capacity of up to 10,000 tonnes of PtL fuel per year can be submitted as of immediately to the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI – Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur).
Preparation for funding support for PtL kerosene – call to submit non-binding outlines
The Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI – Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur) is launching the market ramp-up of electricity-based liquid fuels (power-to-liquid, PtL) with a call for non-binding project outlines, with a special focus on PtL kerosene. The call is part of a market test for the development of a funding guideline currently being drafted by the BMVI. In this way, the BMVI is implementing the PtL roadmap for air transport and triggering the sustainable production of PtL kerosene in Germany in order to make a more pronounced contribution towards the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector. The submission of non-binding project outlines is possible from now until 15 October 2021.