- Innovative Hydrogen Pressure Storage System for Optimized Integration into the Structure of a Vehicle
- The project, therefore, focuses on the development of tank container systems in flat design.
At the start of the “Decade of Hydrogen” proclaimed by the Hydrogen Council at the beginning of 2020, the Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK) at the TU Dresden is making a significant input into making road traffic emission-free in the long term through its participation in the BRYSON project (BauRaumeffiziente HYdrogenSpeicher Optimierter Nutzbarkeit) funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy.
For a greener mobility sector: With this aim, the district of Lippe, together with the district of Minden-Lübbecke and the city of Bielefeld, applied to the national competition “HyLand – hydrogen regions in Germany”.
DREWAG and ENSO are expanding their joint vehicle fleet.
Daimler Truck AG Establishes New Company Daimler Truck Fuel Cell GmbH & Co. KG – Bringing Together all of the Group’s Fuel Cell ActivitiesJune 8, 2020 | 6 min read June 8, 2020 | 6 min read
Daimler Truck AG is setting another important milestone on the way to series production of fuel cell systems.
Dusseldorf–Prof. Dr. Andreas Meyer-Falcke took deliver of the vehicle on Thursday, June 4th, at the Höherweg car mile for the state capital Düsseldorf / First fuel cell vehicle in the city’s vehicle fleet
Viessmann sells complete share package to Dresden-based high-tech company mPower / Cooperation with Viessmann planned to supply SOFC fuel cell modules
Following the introduction of our first hydrogen-fuelled, zero-emission design in 2019, we now reveal our vision towards a marine hydrogen future. Where the ULSTEIN SX190 showcased that zero-emission ships can be realised with today’s off-the-shelf technology, we now map the way to a hydrogen-fuelled marine industry.
Rome, San Donato Milanese (MI)—Alstom, a global leader in integrated solutions for sustainable mobility, and Snam, one of the world’s leading energy infrastructure companies, have signed a five-year agreement to develop hydrogen trains in Italy.