H2 integration in electric drive systems
The further development of non-fossil drive systems, especially fuel cell technology, represents an essential cornerstone on the path to climate-neutral individual transport. In the H2EASY research project, various components of the fuel cell drive system are being further developed in order to increase its competitiveness and commercial appeal. In this way, its use in motor vehicles is to be stepped up and the increased use of renewable energy sources in the mobility sector is to be made possible.
|Partner||Start of term||End of term||Funding amount|
|SUMIDA Components & Modules GmbH||01.11.21||31.10.24||466,263.00 €|
|Bayerische Motoren Werke AG||01.11.21||31.10.24||53,868.00 €|
|Universität Kassel||01.11.21||31.10.24||740,095.00 €|
|HELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA||01.11.21||31.10.24||74,992.00 €|
|E-Stream Energy GmbH & Co. KG||01.11.21||31.10.24||411,408.00 €|