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  • "National Hydrogen Strategy": Billions in funding in the transport sector

    "National Hydrogen Strategy": Billions in funding in the transport sector

    The Federal Cabinet has decided on the “National Hydrogen Strategy”. The government hopes to decarbonize "important German core sectors" such as steel and chemicals, but also the transport sector. Morocco should also help.


    According to economics minister Peter Altmaier (CDU), the strategy that has now been adopted should contribute to making “Germany the number 1 in the world in hydrogen technologies”. "The time for hydrogen and the technologies required...
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  • Berlin doubles the federal share of the environmental bonus - no purchase premium for combustion engines

    The Federal Government has also included a number of measures to promote electromobility in its stimulus package relating to the Corona crisis. The most important of course: The state's share of the environmental bonus will be doubled in the form of a new “innovation bonus”.


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    “With the environmental bonus, we are promoting the exchange of the vehicle fleet with climate-friendly...
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  • Toyota establishes fuel cell joint venture with Chinese OEM

    Toyota establishes fuel cell joint venture with Chinese OEM

    Toyota is establishing a joint venture in China with FAW, Dongfeng, GAC, BAIC and SinoHytec for the joint development of fuel cell systems for commercial vehicles. However, the Japanese will hold the majority in the joint venture called United Fuel Cell System R&D (FCRD).


    As Toyota wrote in a statement, 65 percent of the FCRD stake will be held by the Toyota Motor Company. The Chinese hydrogen specialist SinoHytec will hold 15 percent, the four car companies each five percent....
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  • Hyundai participates in Erlangen LOHC specialists

    Hyundai participates in Erlangen LOHC specialists

    Hyundai has invested in Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies, a spin-off of the Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg founded in 2013. The aim is to develop technology and business together with a focus on stationary LOHC applications.

    The partners do not provide any information about the amount of the investment. On the other hand, it is public that the joint activities - i.e. the market launch of a LOHC-based hydrogen infrastructure - should initially focus on South Korea before...
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  • Nikola orders electrolysers from Nel

    Nikola orders electrolysers from Nel

    The US manufacturer Nikola, best known for his plans for fuel cell and battery trucks, has placed a $ 30 million order with the Norwegian hydrogen specialist Nel to supply electrolysers.


    With the alkali electrolysers from Nel, Nikola wants to equip the first five hydrogen filling stations in order to generate the necessary hydrogen on site. The production capacity per unit is eight tons per day, making a total of 40 tons.

    "These electrolyzers will support five...
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  • ABB and HDF want to build fuel cells for overseas ships

    ABB and HDF want to build fuel cells for overseas ships

    ABB has signed a letter of intent with Hydrogène de France to jointly manufacture megawatt fuel cell systems to power overseas ships. Accordingly, the two partners want to optimize the production of large systems in order to be able to build fuel cell power plants in the megawatt range for ships.

    The companies are relying on the cooperation between ABB and Ballard Power Systems announced in June 2018 . As part of this collaboration, such a fuel cell system with a megawatt range was...
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