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GROUP EXHIBIT H2+FC 2007 Exhibitors 2007
European Hydrogen Association (EHA)
Brussels, Belgium
Years of Participation:
2003, ''04 , '05, '06
General Email address: info@h2euro.org
Company Interests:
The European Hydrogen Association (EHA), based in Brussels since 2005, is representing 11 national associations all over Europe and the main hydrogen infrastructure development companies (the Linde Group, Shell Hydrogen, Air Liquide, Air Products, Acciona, Norsk Hydro and Hydrogenics) to promote the role of hydrogen in the energy and transport system in Europe. This unique membership structure enable the EHA to communicate local and industrial needs to key EU decison makers and vice versa. The EHA's lobbying focus in Brussels is to ensure that the concrete role of hydrogen in Europe's energy and transport is recognized in current and future EU policy.
News at HANNOVER MESSE 2007:
The EHA will answer the question "Where does the hydrogen come from?" with the publication on the occasion of the Hanover Fair of an important new study commissioned by the German Hydrogen Association to Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik. The study "Where does the energy to produce hydrogen will come from?" offers expert insight in the future of energy resources and points to the most efficient solutions in which hydrogen is playing a key role.
Main activity:
• Association
From left to right: Eberhard Behrend, DWV, Member of the Board, Marieke Reijalt, EHA, executive director
From left to right: Eberhard Behrend, DWV, Member of the Board, Marieke Reijalt, EHA, executive director
Forum Presentation:

María Jaén Caparrós, EHA Spanish Hydrogen Association, Manager Education and Training Department

Hydrogen - A European Perspective

Thursday, April 19, 10:00 am


The EHA in collaboration with the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association and Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik GmbH has published a study on the predicted reserves of the different hydrogen sources. The study, based on publicly available data on energy resources, indicates the most efficient pathways of hydrogen production. Based on scientific data it does not look likely that Europe's hydrogen will come from unsustainable sources.
Booth No. H20/8


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