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April 30, 2021
Bavarian Hydrogen Technology and Application Centre among top 3 candidates for the national selection

The German Ministry of Transport has announced the 3 winning candidates. LBST is part of the team behind the Bavarian proposal for the German Hydrogen Technology and Innovation Centre, which has been selected as one of the top 3 candidates to proceed to the next stage. The final decision will now be made based on a feasibility study to be carried out in the coming months.

April 22, 2021
Presentation at the heavy-duty event of NOW GmbH and the Clean Energy Partnership (CEP)

On April 21 2021, NOW GmbH and CEP organised an international workshop on current developments and discussions in heavy duty transport with hydrogen and fuel cell technologies. LBST expert Jan Zerhusen presented results of a new study: “Imported hydrogen fuels for long distance trucking in Germany”.

March 09, 2021
Panel and discussion on the role of guarantees of origin (GOs) for the development of a clean hydrogen economy.

Podium discussion on the topic of hydrogen GOs in the context of CertifHy: Tuesday, March 16th, 2021 9:30-12:15 (CET)

February 15, 2021
H2Stations.org: Record number of newly opened hydrogen refuelling stations in the year 2020

Globally, a record number of 107 new hydrogen refuelling stations start operation in 2020, with 29 HRS in Europe, 72 in Asia and 6 in North America. This is the result of the 13th annual analysis of H2stations.org, a website of LBST. Most progress has been observed in Germany (14 new HRS), China (18), Korea (26), and Japan (28).


Check our latest publications

International Hydrogen Strategies

A comparison of several national hydrogen strategies shows that hydrogen is  generally seen as a key element in a decarbonized energy system.

Hydrogen Decarbonization Pathways

Analysis of different hydrogen production pathways based on their greenhous gas emissions as well as their potential scalabilities and impacts.

Hydrogen in National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs)

The analysis shows the substantial potential of a broad application of hydrogen technologies in the European Member States in the next decade.


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