CEP news: Hydrogen – Join the Movement!

This section contains all the latest news about CEP, along with important dates. The CEP is active and present wherever the topic of "hydrogen as a fuel" is or should be relevant – by making expert contributions and providing direct, local support for events. You will also find comprehensive news and events that may be of interest to you.

Berlin 29.09.2014

TOTAL filling station on Jafféstrasse – a cooperation with Daimler, Linde and RWE – now officially open


Berlin’s new multi-energy filling station strengthens expansion of the network for hydrogen and electric mobility.

With the official opening of a new multi-energy filling station at the Berlin Exhibition Grounds, the oil company TOTAL Deutschland GmbH and its partners Daimler AG, Linde AG and RWE Effizienz GmbH have made ​​a further contribution to the expansion of the network for future-oriented mobility. The multi-energy filling station on Jafféstrasse can supply vehicles of all drive types with energy: traditional internal combustion engines as well as battery-electric vehicles and electric vehicles that generate their electricity from a fuel cell using hydrogen. The filling station also has a hydrogen pump and a fast-charge station for electric vehicles.  

The Parliamentary State Secretary at Germany’s Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Katherina Reiche, and Berlin’s Senator for Economics, Technology and Research, Cornelia Yzer, opened the filling station, which is also supported by the National Organization for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NOW), the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP), and the SCHNELL-LADEN-BERLIN (Fast Charge Berlin) initiative of the international Schaufenster Elektromobilität (electric mobility showcase) in Berlin-Brandenburg.  

The full press release can be downloaded here (german version only): Download (PDF)


Wiesmoor 19.08.2014

Support in building a hydrogen infrastructure – Bohlen & Doyen join the Clean Energy Partnership


Bohlen & Doyen, an expert in the construction and maintenance of service station technology, have pledged their support to the CEP. The company's contribution to Europe's largest hydrogen project is a mobile hydrogen fuelling station that is scheduled to go live in 2015.

Since its establishment in 2002, the CEP has focused on clean mobility with hydrogen. This includes high-performance fuel cell vehicles, hydrogen production from renewable sources, as well as safe and reliable refuelling technology. With the launch of series vehicles imminent, a main focus of the CEP is now on developing a comprehensive filling-station infrastructure. By the end of 2015, there will be an initial 50 stations in major German cities and on main roads. As part of the project Bohlen & Doyen will build a movable hydrogen filling station as a backup solution. "The extra service station is to be used in par- ticular to maintain a basic supply for fuel cell vehicles in infrastructure-poor regions,” explains Marcus Reher, head of the Service Station Technology department at Bohlen & Doyen in Wiesmoor, Ger- many. For instance, hydrogen customers would no longer have to go without refuelling when a service station is undergoing maintenance, but could use the backup service station instead during such times.



The Clean Energy Partnership is one of the most important international projects to test hydrogen as a fuel. It revolves around the development of technical standards – from production to swift, safe fuelling to the operation of hydrogen-powered vehicles.

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