Future made in Bavaria

Picture courtesy of FAU/Kurt Fuchs

MAP co-founder Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid included in the Bavarian Hydrogen Centre (H2.B)

Hydrogen is a highly promising energy source. As the most common element on Earth, it has the potential as a fuel and in energy storage to transform the energy supply in mobility and industry in a climate-friendly way. Through Energie Campus Nürnberg (EnCN), Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and other research institutions have already established a leading position in developing innovative technology for the hydrogen economy. The Bavarian state government has established the Bavarian Hydrogen Centre (H2.B) at EnCN, with the task of developing and implementing a Bavarian hydrogen strategy. Prof. Dr. Veronika Grimm and MAP founder Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid from FAU will direct the new Centre. The inauguration event was held on 5 September at EnCN in Nuremberg, where the H2.B offices will be located.

Further information can be found on the FAU website.