Hydrogen gains added visibility – in five southern federal states and in 56 cities with more than 110 events from various companies, colleges, universities, networks, state representations and ministries.
From 25 June to 3 July, the WEEK OF HYDROGEN (WDW – WOCHE DES WASSERSTOFFS) takes place as WEEK OF HYDROGEN SOUTH 2022 (#WDWS2022 – WOCHE DES WASSERSTOFFS SÜD 2022) in Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland with the support of the federal states. The initiator of the WDW, H2 MOBILITY Deutschland, is accompanying the week with so-called hydrogen sofas, which encourage people to exchange ideas at various events.
The WDW has set itself the goal of bundling as many insights as possible for interested parties. The website www.woche-des-wasserstoffs.de shows what is taking place in the individual federal states, who is inviting visitors to open days, presentations, marketplace events, films and hands-on activities. The events are independently organised by the participants, are open to the public and free of charge.
HyLand regions provide information
Many of the southern HyLand regions are also part of the WDW and will provide information about the content and goals of the projects. All dates can also be found on the homepage. The Electric Mobility Roadshow (Roadshow Elektromobilität) of NOW GmbH will also be on tour as part of the WSDS. The respective dates are as follows:
30.06. Wunsiedel im Fichtelgebirge
About the WEEK OF HYDROGEN (WDW – WOCHE DES WASSERSTOFFS)
The WDW aims to provide an accessible, free programme, especially for the general public, in order to stimulate the discourse on the topic of H2 that is so necessary for the transfer process. The #WDWS2022 is supported by the five federal states as well as the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (DWV – Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellen-Verband e.V.), e-mobil BW, the Energy Agency of Rhineland-Palatinate and the Pilot Office for Alternative Drive Systems (Energieagentur Rheinland-Pfalz und Lotsenstelle für alternative Antriebe), ENERGIEregion Nürnberg e.V., the Hydrogen.Bavaria Centre (H2.B – Zentrum Wasserstoff.Bayern), the hydrogen metropolitan region of Nuremberg hy+, the HyExperts model region of Saarland, the State Energy Agency of Hesse (LEA – LandesEnergieAgentur Hessen), the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region, the H2BW platform, the Hydrogen Alliance of Bavaria (Wasserstoffbündnis Bayern), NOW GmbH National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology and the media partners electrive.net, h2connect.eco, Hydrogeit Verlag, HZwei Magazin, H2 News, Mission Hydrogen as well as design and communications agency motum.