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Hydrogen Center Bavaria2022-12-19T13:07:07+01:00

Hydrogen Center Bavaria

The State of Bavaria has founded the Hydrogen Center Bavaria (H2.B) to consolidate and expand the strong position of the Bavarian industry in the important future field of the hydrogen economy. In this way, the State of Bavaria is pursuing the goal of bringing together central players in industry, science and politics in order to advance the topic of the “hydrogen economy” in Bavaria as quickly as possible and to achieve the use of hydrogen in broad practical application.

Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria

During the founding event of H2.B on September 5, 2019, central players of a future Bavarian hydrogen economy signed the declaration of intent for the Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria. Its more than 364 partners from industry, science and politics declare that they will contribute to strengthening and expanding Bavaria’s technological competence in the field of innovative hydrogen technologies and support the activities of the Hydrogen Center Bavaria.

Position Paper about

the Bavarian

hydrogen economy

Brochure about

the H2.B and the

Hydrogen Alliance Bavaria

Information for

the press and the public

Latest news

Meeting on Future Green Hydrogen Offtake

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.

“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.

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