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Third BMDV funding round for clean buses ends

Kluckert: We are putting an additional 186 climate-friendly buses on the roads

Using hydrogen throughout the Osnabrück district – new waste collection vehicle for AWIGO

The first waste collection vehicle with fuel cell technology for the Osnabrück district was presented at the AWIGO depot in Georgsmarienhütte today.

Power for aircraft while on the ground: Workshop highlights climate potential

At the R&D&I workshop on “Climate-friendly energy supply for aircraft while on the ground” (“Klimafreundliche Energieversorgung von Flugzeugen am Boden”), key stakeholders highlighted the urgent need for further development. The initial results of a market study were presented.

NOW factsheets on EU legislation for renewable fuels

NOW GmbH is publishing three English-speaking factsheets on the following regulations: Fuel EUMaritime, ReFuelEU Aviation, and Renewable Energy Directive III (RED III).

The first e-buses have arrived: BSVG puts 2 articulated and 2 solo buses into operation

It’s go time: Braunschweiger Verkehrs-GmbH (BSVG) has unveiled the first four new electric buses, now in regular service in Braunschweig.

Wissing: Deutschlandnetz gets off to a swift start

First site opens in Düren

E-mobility worldwide: NOW country dossiers provide valuable information

Update of the BordstromTech II guideline for the reduction of ship emissions in ports

The BMDV is continuing its support for the market activation of alternative technologies for the environmentally friendly supply of on-board and mobile shore-side power to seagoing and inland waterway vessels (BordstromTech).

Electric truck from the RWTH PEM Chair successfully completes hydrogen test drive

As part of the BMDV-funded research project “SeLv”, a modular drive train for trucks has been developed. The prototype has now successfully completed a test drive.