The industry network Clean Power Net (CPN) invited to a user workshop at the "Telekom Forum Bonn" this week, in which Proton Motor Director "Governmental Affairs & Communication" Manfred Limbrunner (photo; 1st row, left) participated as an expert. The focus of the members' meeting was the secure and climate-friendly power supply of critical infrastructure through the use of fuel cell technologies. A large number of long-standing users, suppliers and specialists discussed best practice examples as well as the current funding policy framework for the use of fuel cell systems in Germany.
The CPN with 19 partners incl. Proton Motor was founded in 2010 and initiated by the NOW GmbH (National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology). The aim is to promote the use of fuel cell technology, especially for digital and critical infrastructures, in a concerted and sustainable manner.