Munich - On September 25, more than 75 high-ranking representatives of ministries, industry and transmission system operators from Algeria, Tunisia, Austria, Italy, Germany as well as the EU Commission and other organizations met at the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs for the first "Meeting on Future Green Hydrogen Offtake" along the planned SoutH2Corridor.
NUREMBERG – As part of a delegation trip of Dutch H2-players to Bavaria, representatives of both countries had the chance to network this week during the “Dutch-Bavarian Networking Event Green Hydrogen” in Nuremberg on the evening of June 27, 2023.
“Australian-Bavarian Hydrogen Round Table” on May 2 in Munich with almost 70 H2 stakeholders shows a lot of potential for cooperation opportunities
MUNICH - On the occasion of the delegation trip of Australian business and government representatives to Germany, a Bavarian-Australian round table discussion was held yesterday at the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs. The Australian-Bavarian Hydrogen Round Table followed by networking focused on exploring opportunities for bilateral hydrogen cooperation, in particular the import of hydrogen from Australia to Bavaria and the supply of technology, products and know-how from Bavaria to Australia.
“Bavarian-Austrian Hydrogen Forum” on 20 April in Vienna: More than 100 participants discussed and networked
VIENNA - More than 100 participants from Austria and Bavaria accepted the invitation to the " Bavarian-Austrian Hydrogen Forum", which took place on April 20 in Vienna on the initiative of the Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy. The event was organized by the Bavarian Representative Office in Austria (German Chamber of Commerce in Austria) and the Hydrogen Center Bavaria (H2.B).
NUREMBERG / BRUSSELS: The Hydrogen Center Bavaria (H2.B) joined the Hydrogen Europe association on January 1, 2023, where it represents Bavarian interests as an “EU Region”. With currently more than 400 members, including over 25 EU regions and more than 30 national associations, the European association represents the interests of the hydrogen industry and its stakeholders and promotes hydrogen as a pathfinder for an emission-free society. Members cover the entire value chain of the European hydrogen and fuel cell ecosystem. Hydrogen Europe’s goal is to advance global carbon neutrality by accelerating the European hydrogen industry.
MUNICH / AUGSBURG: A 22-member Norwegian delegation from politics and industry traveled to Bavaria on January 24 and 25 to engage in exchange with key hydrogen stakeholders from Bavaria. During the hydrogen delegation trip, political round tables, B2B networking between Norwegian and Bavarian companies, company visits and a Bavarian evening for bilateral exchange and networking took place. Participants of the political round table included Bavaria's Minister of Economic Affairs and Energy Hubert Aiwanger and Melanie Huml, Minister for Europe and International Relations. State Secretary Amund Vik (Ministry of Petroleum and Energy) attended from the Norwegian side. The dialogue between the nearly 50 representatives from politics and industry focused on current obstacles to the ramp-up of the hydrogen economy in Europe as well as starting points for cooperation between Norway and Bavaria.
Impulse paper for the revision of the National Hydrogen Strategy: Hydrogen Center Bavaria (H2.B) publishes catalog of measures
NUREMBERG - The revision of the National Hydrogen Strategy (NHS) is absolutely necessary in view of the current tense energy policy situation and partly fundamentally changed framework conditions. The Hydrogen Center Bavaria (H2.B) advocates a stronger consideration of Bavarian positions in the update of the NHS and, on the basis of a multi-stage consultation process with 35 stakeholders from the Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria, developed an impulse paper comprising thirteen fundamental measures that are essential for a successful implementation of the energy transition with the help of hydrogen technologies.
Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria continues to grow: Airport Energie Management GmbH joins the Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria as 300th partner
MUNICH - Three years after the foundation of the Hydrogen Center Bavaria (H2.B) and the Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria, Airport Energie Management GmbH became the 300th partner of the Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria yesterday. Hubert Aiwanger (Bavarian Minister of Economic Affairs, Regional Development and Energy and Deputy Bavarian Prime Minister) and Stefan Dürr (Head of Technology & Innovation at H2.B - standing in for Managing Director Dr. Fabian Pfaffenberger) handed the official partnership certificate in Munich to Peter Waizenegger, Director of Airport Energie Management GmbH in Memmingen and to Ralf Schmid, Managing Director of Memmingen Airport. Airport Energie Management GmbH is an affiliated company of Flughafen Memmingen GmbH and e-con AG from Memmingen.
MUSCAT, NIMR / OMAN - Bavaria's State Secretary for Economic Affairs Roland Weigert (StMWi) traveled to Oman from November 9 to 14 with a 29-member Bavarian delegation from business, science and politics to meet with high-ranking government representatives and relevant hydrogen stakeholders. Bavaria and the Sultanate of Oman want to strengthen their economic and energy relations and cooperate closely, especially in the field of green hydrogen.
3. HYDROGEN DIALOGUE: over 1,000 national and international participants discussed for the first time in presence in Nuremberg
Nuremberg - The 3rd HYDROGEN DIALOGUE Summit & Expo offered more than 70 top-class lectures, talks and panel discussions along the entire value chain of the global hydrogen economy from September 21-22. More than 100 speakers and over 1,000 participants discussed current challenges and opportunities in the context of the energy crisis, international projects and collaborations, and the financing of hydrogen projects. Several side events also took place during the HYDROGEN DIALOGUE.