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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Another day another sign of activity around a future Hydrogen economy.  Some big names and ambitions in this Bavarian trade group.  

Objectives of the Bavarian Hydrogen Alliance

  • Bavaria is to become the leading location for the industrial production of key hydrogen components.
    • Development and demonstration of innovative PEM electrolyzers
    • Development and testing of fuel cell-based electromobility by 2023
    • Research and testing of automated manufacturing methods and process steps for future upscaling
  • Bavaria is to be established as a technology leader in the field of hydrogen storage and logistics.
    • Construction of the world’s first LOHC filling station by 2021
    • Further development and establishment of storage and logistics technologies by 2025
  • The establishment and expansion of the filling station infrastructure is to be accelerated.
    • Installation of 100 hydrogen filling stations in Bavaria by 2025
    • Support for the EU-wide development of H2 filling stations by 2030

 

 

 

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