- Sep 6, 2021 5:39 am GMT
Through the ITZ for Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology in Mobility, the BMVI is implementing a component of the German government’s National Hydrogen Strategy, which was established in June 2020. (Road, Rail, Water, Air). According to BMVI, the center will be part of the “German Center for Future Mobility” network and will focus on application development rather than research and development. The center will improve the competitiveness of start-ups, entrepreneurs, and small businesses. BMVI received a total of 15 concepts from all throughout Germany.
Hamburg, Stade, and Bremen/Bremerhaven presented a proposal that focuses on creating and integrating fuel cell systems, hybridization of drives, refueling concepts, logistics, green hydrogen and hydrogen-based fuel storage and processing, as well as testing components and systems. According to the Ministry of Economics and Innovation, the ITZ North will bring together experience in standardization and certification, and is an example of the long-standing successful cooperation between the three north German states. More than 100 companies have expressed support for the project, including shipyards, aircraft construction, suppliers, the energy industry, infrastructure, shipping companies, engineering service providers, certification companies, associations, universities, and non-university research institutions.
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