“In a time of change and uncertainties, we have to focus on how to overcome big challenges. The Green Deal announced by the European Commission is one important answer,” Sibylle Hepting-Hug, Head of Department in the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Environment, Climate and Energy Industry, told a near-500 strong audience of key stakeholders in the hydrogen and fuel cell industry this morning.
“This answer includes developing and implementing the hydrogen and fuel cell technology in many fields. There have been times in the past 20 to 30 years when people were sure that the fuel cell would prevail. But it has indeed taken a few years after all.”
She was speaking at one of the oldest international hydrogen and fuel cell trade events, f-cell, in Stuttgart, Germany, which this year celebrates its 20th anniversary in hybrid style.
Whilst around 500 delegates are on the ground attending in person at the grand 19th Century Haus der Wirtschaft, participants are also tuning in from around the world virtually amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
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