Innovative drives

Reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, nitrogen oxides, but also particulate matter as well as general noise protection are the main drivers of clean and sustainable mobility. Against the backdrop of increasingly strict regulatory requirements, established and new vehicle manufacturers are continuously working on the development and use of innovative systems in the various transport sectors. This is currently creating a great deal of momentum in all segments of fuel cell and battery-powered electric vehicles.

With our many years of experience and our large network of stakeholders, we can support you in analysing the potential and early conversion to zero-emission drive systems.

Contact person

Hubert Landinger

Hubert Landinger

  • Senior Project Manager / Consultant

Selected references

May 2019

Dena study bio-LNG

In cooperation with the experts from Dena, the LBST experts examined the technical, economic, and ecological aspects of bio-LNG, especially in shipping and for supplying trucks.


March 2018

Hydrogen in rail transport

In cooperation with TÜV SÜD Rail and Alstom, LBST has carried out a feasibility study on the suitability of using fuel-cell-powered railcars for local passenger transport on two routes in the Leipzig area.

November 2017

«E-FUELS» study

The study examines the future energy needs of the European transport sector, as well as the necessary requirements for the expansion of renewable energy generation capacity and the associated investments up to 2050.