An CZ-BY Interregional Network on Hydrogen Energy Systems for SMEs

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Recording of Friday, June 21, 2024 | The smarter E Europe Exhibition Program 2024 | Exhibition Program | Language: English | Duration: 10:27 .

EU-Funded HydroMoon Project Fosters Interregional Network for Green Hydrogen Energy Systems Between Bavaria and Czech Republic

The HydroMoon project, an EU-funded initiative, aims to establish an interregional network for green hydrogen energy systems between Bavaria (Germany) and the Czech Republic. Key partners include West Bohemian University in Pilsen, GATE Limited in Wunsiedel, and OTH Regensburg from Germany. This collaboration focuses on creating scientifically validated design and evaluation tools for green hydrogen-based energy systems by integrating various component subsystems into complete models. The project's approach involves collecting data from suppliers through non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), validating this data against real-world parameters using advanced algorithms. The components considered range from hydrogen-related elements like electrolyzers and fuel cells to electrical components such as photovoltaics and batteries. By simulating these integrated systems, the project aims to meet diverse demands while providing consultation based on robust scientific models. Additionally, HydroMoon is organizing events including workshops and conferences to facilitate knowledge sharing among small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) needing guidance in their energy transition efforts. The ultimate goal is fostering cooperation between companies of different scales while continuously refining their technical tools for broader applications within the industry.

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Prof. Dr.-Ing Belal Dawoud
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
OTH-Regensburg Technical University of Applied Sciences

Talk of session: P6: Industrial/Product Live Pitches: Hydrogen Production Network & Roadmap

Industrial/Product Live Pitches: Hydrogen Production Network & Roadmap

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Fiona Moore
Manager's Assistant
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To Talk

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David Pflegler
Head of Hydrogen Unit
GT Emission Solutions GmbH

To Talk

German Standardisation Roadmap for Hydrogen Technologies


Dr. Lydia Vogt
Head of Strategic Development Hydrogen Technologies
German Institute for Standardisation DIN e. V.

To Talk

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