Fuel Cell Electromobility in Germany and throughout the World
April 12, 2016, BMVI Berlin
Germany’s energy system is on the verge of an historic transformation – away from fossil fuels and towards renewable energy sources. Key technologies of this transformation are hydrogen and fuel cells that integrate renewable energy into the energy sector and provide power-based fuels in the area of transport.
Today we find ourselves at a point in time when electromobility with fuel cells is beginning to gain a foothold on the market – not least due to the concerted efforts by government and industry within the scope of the National Innovation Programme Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology (NIP). A key challenge in the year to come will be the development of a demand-based refuelling infrastructure.
To coincode with H2Mobility Conference –Fuel Cell Electromobility in Germany and throughout the World (H2Mobility Kongress –Elektromobilität mit Brennstoffzelle in Deutschland und International) at the Federal Ministry for Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI), Federal Minister Dorbrindt, along with leading representatives from government and industry will discuss how together the energy of the future can be successfully brought on to the roads.