This month, the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (DWV) e.V. published two studies that deal with hydrogen mobility in relation to transport and environmental protection goals. The studies show that fuel cell mobility can make a significant contribution to environmental and climate protection and illustrate the importance of setting the course quickly for the ramp-up of fuel cell vehicles in the transport sector. The association has previously published a study on technical, technological and economic parameters for the conversion of the German steel industry to emission-free steel production based on green hydrogen.

Interview event on 28 April
At the virtual interview event on Friday, April 28 at 11 a.m., DWV Chairman of the Board Werner Diwald will ask Proton Motor Director Governmental Affairs and Communication Manfred Limbrunner about hydrogen fuel cells for automotive, maritime and stationary systems. Why are hydrogen applications so important for the energy and mobility of the future and why are hydrogen fuel cells so elementary? In an open discussion, they will jointly discuss the most important need for action to implement the green hydrogen market economy by 2030. The development of a successful hydrogen infrastructure includes, among other things, the removal of investment barriers and accelerated procedures for the expansion of renewable energies.

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