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Securing critical infrastructure: Fuel cell cluster CPN calls for faster action

The Clean Power Net (CPN) industry network invited its members to participate in a user workshop at the Telekom Forum Bonn on Tuesday. The main focus of the members’ and experts’ meeting was the secure and climate-friendly power supply of critical infrastructure through the use of fuel cell technologies.

20.10.2022
Hydrogen in intralogistics – industry pioneers meet in Leipzig

The meeting of the industry network, Clean Intralogistics Net (CIN), with over 100 participants from logistics, intralogistics, airports and suppliers in the fields of hydrogen and fuel cells, has demonstrated that the variety of fuel cell system providers is increasing, but that funding continues to be necessary.

29.09.2022
HyExpert district of Wartburg on the path to becoming a hydrogen region

The HyExpert district of Wartburg is examining its potential to develop into a green regional hydrogen economy by the summer of 2023. In association with the Unstrut-Hainich district, it is one of 30 winning regions out of 119 applicants to be recognized by the HyLand federal funding programme by the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport.

26.07.2022
HyPerformer H2Rivers – Groundbreaking Ceremony for the “H2 Hub” Hydrogen Distribution Centre

The hydrogen distribution centre on Friesenheim Island in Mannheim will in future supply buses and other vehicles in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region with hydrogen. The groundbreaking ceremony for the “H2 Hub” took place in the presence of Parliamentary State Secretary Theurer during “Hydrogen Week South”.

04.07.2022
2nd edition of the Atlas of Hydrogen Networks in Germany published

With its Atlas of Hydrogen Networks in Germany, NOW GmbH provides a comprehensive overview of all hydrogen networks in Germany. The publication is intended to support interested parties in their search for potential partners, both locally and nationally. The second edition of the atlas has now been extended to include many clusters and networks.

17.12.2021
The future of Made in Germany: Positive interim assessment in implementation of the National Hydrogen Strategy

About a year after the adoption of the National Hydrogen Strategy, the federal cabinet today issued a report with a positive interim assessment of its implementation thus far. Green hydrogen is a central component of the success of the energy transition in Germany, but also for achieving national and global energy and climate goals.

22.09.2021
Everything at a glance: The new Atlas of Hydrogen Networks in Germany

NOW GmbH has published an atlas for a comprehensive overview of all hydrogen networks in Germany. This overview is intended to support interested parties in their search for potential partners, both locally and nationally.

18.08.2021
HyAllgäu – Feasibility study on the hydrogen region presented

Hydrogen technology offers great potential for achieving the energy transition, a concept which has been examined in the HyAllgäu feasibility study in the Allgäu region. The results and possibilities have now been presented to the Federal Transport Ministry and State Minister Hubert Aiwanger.

30.07.2021
National Hydrogen Council hands over action plan to federal government: Detailed recommendations for action for the next legislative period

To achieve its climate policy goals, Germany must quickly take ambitious steps to ramp up the hydrogen economy. The “Hydrogen Action Plan Germany 2021 – 2025” (“Wasserstoff Aktionsplan Deutschland 2021 – 2025”) contains 80 proposals from the National Hydrogen Council (NWR – Nationaler Wasserstoffrat) for the next federal government. The 26 experts of the body advising the Federal Government handed over the Action Plan to the Head of the Chancellor’s Office, Prof. Helge Braun, today.

02.07.2021