Alto Adige aims to become a “hydrogen valley”

Vice President Alfreider in Brussels to exchange the views on the EU projects

Alto Adige aims at hydrogen. Development of technologies related to this sector were the focus of the meeting in Brussels between Vice President of the Province Council and Councilor for Mobility, Daniel Alfreider, and Director in charge of financing of hydrogen-related projects FCH JU (Fuel Cell Hydrogen, Joint Undertaking), Bart Biebuyck.
With its own hydrogen research center, cooperation with local businesses and pilot projects for LPT, Alto Adige has already given a “major push to broaden the debate on that issue,” reads a massage.
Alfreider explained that our goal is “profiling as a hydrogen valley where energy production and traffic management can be dealt with in a coordinated manner, reducing the emissions at the same time.” Thus it is about putting in place of a real “hydrogen strategy” in LPT, “by creating a capillary refueling network operating also in the mountain areas with public means of transport” powered with hydrogen. Indeed, in the meeting there was also discussed the use of hydrogen-powered buses in areas marked by high altitude differences.
“Some European projects – announced Vice President of the Council –  re ready for launch.”

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11 July 2019 - 15:49 CEST