September 10 + 11, 2019
Stuttgart, Germany

Detailed Conference Program

Workshops
Topic Tables
Plenary Sessions
Parallel Sessions

Opening Plenary

Sep 10, 09:30–11:00

Session Chair: Dr. Pascal Bader

Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector Baden-Württemberg, Germany

09:30–09:40
Welcome note

Sibylle Hepting-Hug
Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

09:40–10:00
Market Overview Germany

Thorsten Herbert
National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology GmbH, Germany

10:00–10:30
An outside view of the hydrogen and fuel cell landscape in China

Prof. Dr. David Hart
E4tech Sarl, Switzerland

10:30–11:00
Demonstrating sectorial integration through hydrogen valleys

Bart Biebuyck
Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, Belgium

Coffee break

Sep 10, 11:00–11:30

Plenary I

Sep 10, 11:30–13:00

Session Chair: Dr. Pascal Bader

Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector Baden-Württemberg, Germany

11:30–12:00
Critical raw materials for electric vehicles

Dr.-Ing. Benjamin Reuter
thinkstep AG, Germany

12:00–12:30
CertifHy: A European guarantee of origin platform to prove the environmental benefits of hydrogen

Guy de Reals
Air Liquide, France

12:30–13:00
f-cell beyond the box

Lunch break

Sep 10, 13:00–14:30

Commercial Vehicles

Sep 10, 14:30–15:30

Session Chair: Dr. Manuel C. Schaloske

e-mobil BW State Agency for New Mobility Solutions and Automotive Baden-Württemberg, Germany

14:30–14:50
Commercialisation HD Fuel Cell Trucks - How to Start Going

Rolf Huber
Hyundai Hydrogen Mobility, Switzerland

14:50–15:10
The Fuel Cell System Solution of Commercial FCEV in China

Aaron Sun
Shanghai Re-Fire Technology, China

15:10–15:30
Implementation of cutting edge fuel cell technology throughout the transport system

Dr. Thomas Tingelöf
PowerCell, Sweden

Electrolysis

Sep 10, 14:30–15:30,

Session Chair: Prof. Dr. K. Andreas Friedrich

DLR - German Aerospace Center, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, Germany

14:30–14:50
High temperature electrolysis - efficient industry solution enabling lowest H2 costs

Klaus Ullrich
sunfire GmbH, Germany

14:50–15:10
Large scale PEM electrolysis for industrial applications

Dr. Richard Wagner
Siemens AG, Germany

15:10–15:30
Demonstration of a 10 MW PEM electrolyser at a refinery

Frithjof Kublik
Shell Deutschland Oil, Germany

Hydrogen Regions

Sep 10, 14:30–15:30

Session Chair: Dr. Thomas Kattenstein

EnergieAgentur.NRW, Germany

14:30–14:50
Project eFarm

Andre Steinau
GP Joule GmbH, Germany

14:50–15:10
HYPOS – Green Hydrogen in East Germany

Stefan Bergander
HYPOS - Hydrogen Power Storage & Solutions East Germany e.V., Germany

15:10–15:30
Burgundy-Franche Comté: Green Hydrogen Strategy to turn the region into a positive energy region

Workshop: Doing Business in China

Sep 10, 14:30–15:30

Coffee break

Sep 10, 15:30–16:00

Plenary II - f-cell Talk: What Drives our Future?

Sep 10, 16:00–17:00

Session Chair: Jürgen Pfeiffer

PFEIFFER fragt - der Polit.Talk, Germany

Evening Event with f-cell award

Sep 10, 19:00–23:00

Plenary III - Market Overviews

Sep 11, 09:00–10:30

Session Chair: Bart Biebuyck

Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, Belgium

09:00–09:30
Fuel cells and hydrogen energy in the USA: past, present and future

Morry B. Markowitz
FCHEA Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association, United States of America

09:30–10:00
Current status of hydrogen stations in Japan and Tokyo Gas's initiatives

Ph.D Kazuyoshi Honda
Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., Japan

10:00–10:30
Hydrogen in Australia: Ramping up Commercialization

Dr. Attilio Pigneri
The Hydrogen Utility, Australia

Coffee break

Sep 11, 10:30–11:00

Plenary IV - Market Overviews

Sep 11, 11:00–12:30

Session Chair: Bart Biebuyck

Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, Belgium

11:00–11:30
A new marketplace for hydrogen mobility in Switzerland

Daniel Hofer
Avenergy Suisse , Switzerland

11:30–12:00
Why is Chile "the hidden champion" of Power-to-X?

Hans-Werner Kulenkampff
H2 Chile Asociación Chilena de Hidrógeno, Chile

12:00–12:30
The Netherlands, a frontrunner in hydrogen?

drs RC Afkenel Schipstra
N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie Gasunie Research, Netherlands

Lunch break

Sep 11, 12:30–14:00

Workshop: Electrochemical Hydrogen Purification

Sep 11, 13:30–15:00

Session Chair: Prof. Dr. Sven Schmitz

Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, Germany

13:30–14:00
Modelling of Electrochemical Hydrogen Purification and Compression

Dr. Uwe Reimer
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Germany

14:00–14:30
Electrochemical Hydrogen Compression in the Hydrogen Fuel Chain

Leonard Raymakers
HyET Hydrogen B.V., Netherlands

14:30–15:00
Economical Assessment of Hydrogen Recycling with Electrochemical Hydrogen Purification

Linda Schorer
Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, Mannheim, Germany

Heavy Duty: Buses

Sep 11, 14:00–15:00

Session Chair: Dr. Frank M. Koch

EnergieAgentur.NRW, Germany

14:00–14:20
Urban mobility with fuel cell - a prospect for dynamic start ups

Gerhard Schneider
ebe EUROPA, Germany

14:20–14:40
Toyota's hydrogen and electrification strategy

Dr. Stephan Herbst
Toyota Motor Europe N/V S/A, Belgium

14:40–15:00
Linking mobility and energy sector to operate hydrogen busses efficiently

Andreas Meyer
WSW Wuppertaler Stadtwerke GmbH, Germany

Modes of Transport: Technical Similarities and Discrepancies

Sep 11, 14:00–15:00

Session Chair: Thorsten Herbert

National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology GmbH, Germany

14:00–14:20
Coradia iLint: World’s first hydrogen train in regular passenger operation

Stefan Schrank
ALSTOM Transport Deutschland GmbH, Germany

14:20–14:40
Update on development of emission free hybrid propulsion systems for aircraft applications

Prof. Dr. Josef Kallo
DLR - German Aerospace Center, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, Germany

14:40–15:00
Zero emission hydrogen ferry

Frode Skaar
Westcon Power & Automation AS, Norway

Coffee break

Sep 11, 15:00–15:30

Large Scale Hydrogen Refueling Station Concepts

Sep 11, 15:30–16:30

Session Chair: Jorgo Chatzimarkakis

Hydrogen Europe, Belgium

15:30–15:50
Optimal design and cost of a potential hydrogen refueling station network for heavy-duty vehicles in Germany in 2050

Prof. Dr. Martin Wietschel
Fraunhofer-Institut für System- und Innovationsforschung ISI, Germany

15:50–16:10
Infrastructure requirements for H2/FC busses in urban bus fleets

16:10–16:30
Let's go exponential with Linde's large scale H2 train stations

Ahmed Elmenshawy
Linde AG, Germany

Matchmaking Session

Sep 11, 15:30–16:30

News from the German Science Sector

Sep 11, 15:30–16:30

Session Chair: Dr. Alexander Dyck

German Aerospace Center - Institute of Networked Energy Systems, Germany

15:30–15:50
New trends in low temperature electrolysis: AEM and NH3 electro-synthesis

Dr. Aldo Gago
DLR - German Aerospace Center, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, Germany
Dr. Corinna Harms
DLR - German Aerospace Center, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, Germany

15:50–16:10
Independent laboratories for the hydrogen quality analysis

Dr. Christian Spitta
ZBT Zentrum für BrennstoffzellenTechnik GmbH, Germany

16:10–16:30
Models of potential induced fuel cell degradation

Ulf Groos
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems, Germany

Farewell Drinks

Sep 11, 16:30–17:00