H2Eco Award 2023
The H2Eco Award will be presented for the second time at the upcoming HANNOVER MESSE by Deutsche Messe and the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (DWV). The award will be presented by the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection, Robert Habeck, on 18 April 2023 at HANNOVER MESSE.
The H2Eco Award is presented to national and international companies that contribute an outstanding commitment to a green hydrogen economy by technical innovation, economics and entrepreneurship according to the principles of economic efficiency, sustainability and security of supply. The contribution to protecting the climate stands in the foreground. The principle of H2Eco is an ecological and sustainable hydrogen future.
The award ceremony will take place on 18 April 2023 during HANNOVER MESSE 2023. The price is endowed with 5,000 Euros.
The award is presented to innovative projects that are considered pioneers and illustrate the great future potential of the green hydrogen market economy. The independent jury is once again made up of top hydrogen experts from business, research, society and politics.
The Jury Members 2023
Member of the Bundestag from and for Duisburg and the Ruhr region
CDU/CSU | Hydrogen Representative of the CDU Parliamentary Group in the German Bundestag
MAN Energy Solutions | Vice President
thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions | CTO
Neuman & Esser | CEO
CEO | GP Joule
Member of the Bundestag for Mannheim
IGBCE | Chairman
ENGINIUS GmbH (FAUN Group) wins the H2Eco Award
On 31 May, the H2Eco Award was presented for the first time. The winner is ENGINIUS GmbH, a company of the FAUN Group. The traditional company FAUN focuses on hydrogen propulsion and wants to make a significant contribution in the fight against climate change.
Project of ENGINIUS GmbH (FAUN Group)
BLUEPOWER - Climate Neutral Load Transport
Superstructures for waste collection vehicles and sweepers
A conventional garbage truck stops up to 1,000 times a day. The newly developed BLUEPOWER battery/hydrogen drive from FAUN uses the energy generated during the braking process to feed the battery (recuperation). In addition to the battery (85 kWh usable), the vehicle is supplied with energy by 90 kW of fuel cell power, which they generate from hydrogen.
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