During the conference, the Clean Energy Partnership will present the state of hydrogen and fuel-cell technology, and demonstrate their potential for the decarbonisation of transport:
On May 16th and 17th, CEP staff at a stand in the conference building will provide information about the tech-nology, and the national strategy for establishing a hydrogen-powered transport and energy revolution. Also on May 16 and 17, fuel cell vehicles will be available for test drives outside the conference centre.
On 23 May 2016, the Chairman of the Clean Energy Partnership Thomas Bystry and Dr. Stephan Herbst, from Toyota Motor Europe will participate in the Technical Expert Meeting on Mitigation and take a position on the potential of hydrogen-based mobility for a low-carbon transport and energy policy.
Ride & Drive // Test drives
16th May 2016 from 11:00 to 18:00
17th May 2016 from 10:00 to 18:00
Registration: upon presentation of a valid driving license at the CEP Info booth in the foyer
Technical Expert Meeting on Mitigation
23rd May 2016, 10:30-13:00 Session 2B Acceleration transformative action to unlock mitigation potential
Topic: Clean Energy Partnership – Thomas Bystry: “A Solution to Decarbonise Traffic with Hydrogen“
Topic: Toyota Motor Europe – Dr. Stephan Herbst: "On the Road to a Sustainable Mobility"
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On March 11, representatives of member companies met for the CEP’s General Assembly in Berlin. Discussions covered the latest developments and research findings in the various working groups. The upshot of the meeting: the CEP has already achieved a great deal in the various fields of hydrogen mobility. But things won’t get boring in 2016 either, as it also became clear that there are still a number of challenges to be solved. For this purpose, an action plan was drawn up that integrates various measures to advance H2 mobility and infrastructure this year as well.