CEP Clean Energy Partnership CEP-FAQ
CEP Clean Energy Partnership CEP-FAQ

FAQ – Key questions and answers at a glance

We have compiled the most frequently asked questions from many conversations and encounters, and answered them with our positions in mind.

If you don’t find what you’re looking for here, please feel free to send your questions to us using the contact form.

What is the CEP?

The Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) is an industrial partnership that is working, in the spirit of a sustainable energy transition, towards the market establishment and system capability of mobility with hydrogen and fuel cells. The CEP focuses its efforts on the road capability of high-performance vehicles, fast and safe refuelling, and the systems compatibility of accompanying technologies for optimum production, storage and logistics.

Who can become a member of the CEP? What requirements must be met?

The central objectives of CEP are the road capability of high-performance vehicles, fast and safe refuelling, and the systems compatibility of accompanying technologies for optimum production, storage and logistics. In principle, our partnership is open to other industry and service partners and new modes of transports that support the CEP’s goals and that can make an active contribution over a long period of time, either independently or as part of a joint project within the overall project. We would be happy to explain our current focus topics and the modalities of membership to you in a personal conversation. For further information about membership, please use our contact form. For further information about membership, please use our contact form.

Can I apply for an internship or to work on my Bachelor’s/Master’s thesis at the CEP?

The CEP is not a legal entity. The work of the CEP takes place exclusively in committees and working groups with representatives from the participating companies and independent service providers. So please contact the individual partner companies directly if you are interested in working on a project or doing an internship or a thesis.

TECHNOLOGY

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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