On the 14th May Shell presented a new hydrogen study and invited to an exhibition fair in Munich.
The Shell Hydrogen Study examines the status and perspectives of hydrogen as a source of energy and fuel and asks what contribution hydrogen can make to a sustainable energy system and environmentally friendly transport in the future.
At a trade fair, cars of various manufacturers were presented and discussed about their development, operation and refueling.
Also CEPs chairman Thomas Bystry was happy to answer questions concerning the Clean Energy Partnership.
You can find more pictures here and a video here.
Six new hydrogen filling stations, the unveiling of the Mercedes-Benz GLC F-CELL, and test drives with the Hyundai NEXO, the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell and the Toyota MIRAI are just some of the many highlights that await visitors to the joint stand of the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP), H2 MOBILITY and NOW National Organisation for Hydrogen and fuel cell Technology (Hall 27, B59). For more news, please also visit the press conference on 23 April at 11:00 at the Public Forum of the Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells + Batteries in Hall 27, B66.
Lower Saxony has been officially added to the German hydrogen (H2) map: In the presence of Dr Bernd Althusmann, Minister of Economics, Labour, Transport and Digitisation of the State of Lower Saxony, and Enak Ferlemann, Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, the CEP partner Air Liquide today officially inaugurated its H2 filling station in Wolfsburg, which has been in operation since August – the first in this German federal state.