NEWS AROUND THE CEP Clean Energy Partnership Hydrogen-News
NEWS AROUND THE CEP Clean Energy Partnership Hydrogen-News

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/Limburg an der Lahn 26.01.2017

New hydrogen filling station in Limburg


Berlin/Limburg an der Lahn, January 26, 2017 – Air Liquide, acting as part of the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP), has taken a major step forward in the expansion of the nationwide hydrogen (H2) infrastructure, and today completed the construction of a new public H2 filling station in Limburg an der Lahn, in the German state of Hesse.

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Berlin/Kamen 18.01.2017



Berlin/Kamen, January 18, 2017 -­ Air Liquide has made an important step forward in the expansionof the nationwide hydrogen (H2) infrastructure within the framework of the Clean EnergyPartnership (CEP), with today‘s completion of the first public H2 filling station in Kamen, NorthRhine-­Westphalia in the Ruhr area.

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Berlin 15.12.2016

Clean Energy Partnership presents project results at NIP end of year conference in Berlin


The aim of the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP), Europe's largest demonstration project for hydrogen mobility in Europe, had the task of introducing hydrogen (H2) as a fuel and storage medium into the market. At the end of the third project phase, it is time to report on their accomplishments. At the National Innovation Program for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NIP) year end conference, the CEP took stock of the project to date and ventured to give their outlook on 2017.

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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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