Hydrogen + Fuel Cells EUROPE, Hall 27, C 66
HANNOVER MESSE 2019, April 1-5
 
   
Berlin, 28th March 2019
   
Record number of exhibitors at the 25th Hydrogen + Fuel Cells EUROPE

Press Conference: (language: German, no translation)
April 1st, 11:00 - 12:00, Hall 27, C 66, Public Forum
Hydrogen – What is going on in the regions

dot Mirela Atanasiu, Head of Unit
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCHJU)
dot Ove Petersen, Geschäftsführer
GP JOULE GmbH
dot Dr. Justus Brans, Wissenschaftlicher Referent
Hessisches Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Verkehr und Landesentwicklung
dot Heinz-Uwe Lewe, Referent
Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Innovation, Digitalisierung und Energie des Landes NRW
dot Lukas Rohleder, Geschäftsführer
Energy Saxony e.V.

180 exhibitors from 20 countries will participate at the 25th anniversary of Europe's largest hydrogen and fuel cells exhibition on an area of 5.000m². One of the main topics of H2+FC EUROPE will be the storage of renewable energies, e.g. from photovoltaic and wind plants.

En route - Electro mobility with hydrogen
H2 MOBILITY Germany (B55), Clean Energy Partnership (B55), the National Organization Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Technology, NOW (B59), the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, DWV (B49) and the Deutscher Verein des Gas- und Wasserfachs, DVGW (B49) inform about the expansion of the hydrogen infrastructure, fuel cell electric cars and grant programs.

Goal: 100 hydrogen stations in Germany by the end of 2019
Hereby H2 MOBILITY covers all operational tasks like network planning, permissions, construction and operation of the station. Partners are Air Liquide, Daimler, Linde, OMV, Shell und TOTAL. The first goal is to operate 100 stations in German metropolitan areas, as well as along highways.

Suppliers and car manufactures will inform
Global automobile suppliers like Bosch Engineering (D74), ElringKlinger (D74), Continental (B67), Plastic Omnium (B70), as well as car manufactures like Audi (E56), Toyota (D72) and Daimler (B55) inform about components and the usage of fuel cells in vehicles.

On the way autonomous with fuel cell
The start up e.GO REX (B45) shows a worldwide innovation, the first autonomous electro minibus eGO Mover. The bus is supplied with a fuel cell range extender, which feeds the battery with electricity.

Test drive fuel cell cars
On the 15,000m² Ride + Drive, visitors can test drive fuel cell cars from Mercedes-Benz (GLC F-CELL), Toyota (Mirai) and Hyundai (Nexo). The driving range on a single tank of hydrogen amounts to more than 700 km, its exhaust emitting nothing more than a few drops of water.

Hydrogen production in MW range
Power from renewable energies can be transformed emission free through electrolysis. The produced hydrogen can further be used in industrial applications, e.g. in steel production or for the refueling of fuel cell vehicles. 20 exhibitors will show and inform about electrolysis technologies at their booth.

Information on site in two forums
Visitors have the possibility to inform themselves on site in two forum areas within the H2+FC EUROPE in hall 27. The presentations in the Technical Forum (E 60) and the moderated interviews in the Public Forum (C 66) will additionally be live streamed online and will also be available after the show on our website.

Highlights in the Forum:
April, 2 at 13:40 - 14:40, Hall 27, C 66,
Public Forum (Language: German no translation)
We are Hydrogen – Clean Energy Partnership und H2 Mobility berichten über den Wasserstoffalltag in Deutschland

Thomas Bystry, Projektleiter Wasserstoffaktivitäten
dot Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH
dot Clean Energy Partnership (CEP)

Jörg Starr, Konzerngeschäftsstelle, Entwicklung Brennstoffzelle Ingolstadt
dot AUDI AG
dot Clean Energy Partnership (CEP)

Nikolas Iwan, Managing Director
dot H2 MOBILITY Deutschland GmbH & Co.KG

Thomas Volk, Geschäftsführer
dot Stromnetz Hamburg GmbH

Holger Grubel, Projekt Manager Offshore Wind
dot EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG

Andreas Hornig, Geschäftsführer
dot book-n-drive mobilitätssysteme GmbH


Contact:
Tobias Renz
Tobias Renz FAIR, Berlin, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 30 609 84 556
Mobile: +49 (0) 177 52 18 535
Email: tobias@h2fc-fair.com
Website: www.h2fc-fair.com