Join over 200 leading experts as they Unite the Worlds of Hydrogen and Mobility, as Germany announces EUR 45m for hydrogen mobility projects

Join over 200 leading experts as they Unite the Worlds of Hydrogen and Mobility, as Germany announces EUR 45m for hydrogen mobility projects

According to the International Energy Agency, transport has the highest reliance on fossil fuels of any sector and accounts for 37% of CO2 emissions from end-use sectors. As the global population grows, transport demand is ever-increasing, alongside the ever-growing need to decarbonise. Hydrogen is an essential long-term solution to decarbonising transport, and efforts are ongoing to make this a reality sooner rather than later. We asked our World Hydrogen Leaders LinkedIn following, what mode of transport will benefit the most from the hydrogen transition over the next 10 years, with the results below indicating 62% selected heavy duty road transport.

Discover how hydrogen and alternative fuel technology is helping to decarbonise varying modes of transport

In recent news, Germany's Ministry for Digital and Transport announced that they will provide three German regions with EUR 45m for hydrogen mobility projects. Each of the three regions will receive up to EUR 15 million in the form of investment grants for the procurement of hydrogen applications in the transport sector. The new HyPerformer projects are worth a total of EUR 131 million. Transport minister, Volker Wissing, commented that HyPerformer regions are lighthouse projects on a national and international scale. The first networks, infrastructures and projects have already been established in these regions and the next step is the rollout of the technology and its application.

World Hydrogen Mobility, 30 May - 1 June 2023, Le Méridien Stuttgart, Germany

World Hydrogen Mobility will address the key issues surrounding the transition of traditional transport to hydrogen, including infrastructure, regulation, standardisation as well as production and distribution of hydrogen and eFuels.

With 16+ hours of content, this inaugural event, will also be focusing on the hydrogen-powered, heavy-duty vehicles with dedicated panel discussions, presentations and case studies, including:

· Assessing the Capability of the Hydrogen Fuel Cell for Transport: Is It Ready For Mass Deployment to the Market?

· Market Insight: Examining the Use of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Through the Eyes of End Users

· Exploring the Use of Fuel Cell Technology in Heavy Duty Transport – Presentation by Hyundai

· Creating a Commercially Viable Global Hydrogen Mobility Market

· PRHYDE Project - Protocol for Heavy-Duty Hydrogen Refueling Case Study

Hear from over 40 expert speakers including:

· Harsh Pershad – Head of Hydrogen – Tevva Hydrogen Electric Trucks

· Reine Alemar – Director of Transport Development – Volvo Trucks

· Werner Diwald – Chairman – German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association

· Andreas Meyer – Head of Technics Bus – WSW Mobil

· Matt Greener – Zero Emission Institute Director – Arriva

· Stefan Kröner – Project Engineer - Barnimer Busgesellschaft mbH

· Fernando Liesa ­– Secretary General - ALICE

· Dirk Grazst – Chief Executive Officer – Clean Logistics

· Andreas Mündel – Senior Vice President, Strategy & Operation Programs - Deutsche Post DHL Group

· Hannes Salomon – Team Leader, Mobility – German Energy Agency

· Stephane Kaba – Smart & Green Mobility Director – Alstom

· Christopher Kutz – Project Coordinator – PRHYDE Consortium

Full list of expert speakers can be found at

Come join the hydrogen mobility advocates looking to develop new projects and strategies, and expand your commercial opportunities for 2023!

SAVE up to €900 on the full delegate price when you register by Friday, 5th May.
For more information please download the brochure here, and visit our website.

See you in Stuttgart, later this month. #WHmobility #WHL

For more information about World Hydrogen Mobility:
Contact: Charlotte Griffiths – Marketing Manager
Event dates: 30 May - 1 June 2023
Event location: Le Méridien Stuttgart, Germany
Organisers: World Hydrogen Leaders, part of Green Power Global
Email: [email protected]

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