Rivers and roads – hydrogen mobility infrastructure in Germany

Ludwig Bölkow was one of the brains behind Airbus. Around 30 years ago, his office was in Ottobrunn, close to Munich. A blast-proof door kept Bölkow safe from the ‘Red Army Faction’ terrorist threat. Today, his office is the conference room used by an associate organisation of the Ludwig Bölkow Foundation: LBST.

It was in Bölkow’s old office where H2 View met with Ulrich Bünger, one of LBST’s Senior Scientists, to talk about hydrogen mobility on Germany’s rivers and roads.

Uli, so much has changed since Ludwig Bölkow used this room. What do you think he would say about your work with hydrogen today?

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