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Bottom-up study by the Hydrogen Council on decarbonisation of the heating market closes research gap

Germany’s National Hydrogen Council (NWR – Nationaler Wasserstoffrat) has commissioned the Fraunhofer Institutes for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) and Energy Economics and Energy Systems Technology (IEE) to conduct an analysis and evaluation of different decarbonisation paths for the heating market.

14.10.2021
Clean Power Net (CPN) gains another industry heavyweight as partner with Bosch

05.05.2021
New NOW Factsheet Series: “Stationary Fuel Cell Systems – Part 1: Application Field Mobile Telecommunications”

The new NOW factsheet series on stationary fuel cell systems starts with the topic of “mobile communications”.

26.02.2021
“Bordstromtech” funding guideline aimed at reducing ship emissions at seaports and inland ports

With immediate effect, the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI – Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur) is providing investment funding to support both environmentally friendly on-board power systems for sea-going and inland waterway vessels as well as mobile shore power systems (containerised, rolling or floating) in sea and inland ports.

29.04.2020
Fuel cell-based heating: Key technology for the heating transition on the road to success

In the climate protection programme 2030, the federal cabinet of Germany has focused more of its attention on the heating market. The federal government anticipates high CO2 savings in particular from the replacement of old heating systems, which it intends to provide financial incentives for in the future. At the “Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Innovation Forum” held on 29 October 2019 in Frankfurt, representatives from politics and industry discussed what contribution fuel cell heating can make to achieving a transition in heating more quickly.

30.10.2019
KfW 433 programme: Number of fuel cells for household energy continues to rise

Funding is continuing for natural gas fuel cells used for the generation of heat and electricity in the household energy sector. According to an assessment by the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW), 1,134 funding applications for the KfW “fuel cell grant” 433 programme were approved in the first quarter of 2019.

29.05.2019
e4ships – Website pools information on fuel cells in maritime use

Fuel cell systems in maritime applications can make a valuable contribution to environmental and climate protection. This applies both to the supply of large ships with the power, heat and cooling for their accommodation requirements as well as to the complete power requirements of ships in smaller performance classes. In addition, this technology contributes to the future viability of the German shipping industry.

16.05.2019
Fuel Cell Initiative (Initiative Brennstoffzelle) welcomes support for fuel cell technology

Under the patronage of Thomas Bareiß, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, some 70 experts from politics and industry came together at the Fuel Cell Innovation Forum in Berlin on 10 October 2018 to discuss various issues including the potential of innovative fuel cell heating technology for achieving the so-called heating transition and the current challenges for establishing a sustainable market.

18.10.2018
KfW 433 programme: More fuel cells for household energy

Funding of natural gas-powered fuel cells continues for the generation of heat and electricity in the household energy sector. Following an evaluation by the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (KfW Group), 729 funding applications for the KfW “fuel cell grant” 433 programme have been approved in the first quarter of 2018.

02.07.2018