German Presentation ILC Oxford v2

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Published on November 16, 2007

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Slide1:  German Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technology Update Hans-Peter Hesse Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy Nordrhein-Westfalen Dr. Hanns-Joachim Neef, Dr. Thomas Kattenstein Project Management Organisation Jülich (PtJ) IPHE Implementation & Liaison Committee Oxford, 30 January 2007 Slide2:  German Funding Government Funding in Germany (2006) Federal Ministries: 60 million €/year Federal States: 20 million €/year Total amounts: Federal State of Nordrhein-Westfalen (since 2000):  64 projects  121 million € budget and 74 million € funding - Development and demonstration (110 million €) - (Basic) research (11 million €) * Subject to change Slide3:  German Funding (2) Federal Government Funding in Germany Relevant Programmes 5th Federal Energy Research Programme (July 2005) National Innovation Programme on H2/FC (NIP) (May 2006) Responsibilities Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF): Basic research, Programme for micro fuel cells, Institutional funding; 5th Federal Energy Research Programme Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi): Applied research & development; 5th Federal Energy Research Programme Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs (BMVBS): Demonstration & deployment; National Innovation Programme on H2/FC Slide4:  New Programme NIP National Innovation Programme on H2/FC (NIP) Goal: Bridging the gap between R&D and market development Additional funding: 500 million € over the next 10 years, i.e. nearly a doubling of public funding Implementation: through public-private-partnerships with average public funding of 50 %, i.e. additional 1 billion € over next 10 years Focus: market preparation with demon- stration / lighthouse projects (2/3), accompanied by R&D projects (1/3) Link: implementation in close coordi- nation and cooperation with EU / further international activities and regions www.nkj-ptj.de and www.iphe.net/germany.htm Slide5:  Criteria for Lighthouse Projects in NIP Lighthouse projects should bridge the gap between today’s prototypes and full-scale commercialisation Use of extensive experiences, capacity, (financial) commitments and existing infrastructure in individual regions (“starter regions” Berlin, Hamburg, NRW) Advancement of existing R&D and demonstration projects Concentration on a few sites (clusters) in the beginning, broadening of activities and linking up with those in other European regions Cooperation of a wide range of companies including SMEs New Programme NIP (2) Slide6:  Current Status of the Implementation of NIP New Programme NIP (3) Commitments of industry (Protocol declaration of 24 companies) for matching the public funding (in place since October 2006) Discussions and agreements with the Federal States concerning their participation (ongoing since September 2006) Overall programme of work by Strategy Council H2/FC (transport, stationary and early market) (by February 2007) EU-Notification of the NIP (expected February 2007) Plenary meeting (March 2007) Foundation of Programme Management Association (NOW) and begin of opera- tional activities (after March 2007) Slide7:  Berlin activities Transport – Clean Energy Partnership (CEP) Hydrogen demonstration project in Berlin to demonstrate the reliability of hydrogen in everyday motor vehicle operation Duration 2004-2007 Two public filling stations Hydrogen: gaseous and liquid 17 passenger cars from BMW, DaimlerChrysler, Ford, GM/Opel and Volkswagen Total cost: 33 million €, funding of 5 million € by Federal Government 14 busses from MAN with ICE projected (within EU-project HyFleet:CUTE) www.cep-berlin.de CEP could be extended in the NIP (CEP plus) Slide8:  NRW activities Early Market Applications – Some Examples from NRW Partners in NRW have already proposed more than 20 projects for the NIP www.fuelcell-nrw.de Slide9:  A look in the future www.18whec2010.de [email protected] 18th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2010 Essen, Germany, May 16 - 21, 2010 City of Essen The next long-term milestone … Backup slides:  Backup slides Slide11:  New Programme NIP Development Plan “Transport” Slide12:  New Programme NIP Development Plan “Industrial Application” Slide13:  New Programme NIP Development Plan “Residential Application” Slide14:  New Programme NIP Development Plan “Special Markets” Slide15:  5th Energy Research Programme (I) “Innovation and New Energy Technologies” Goals: Maintenance of a well balanced energy mix, improvement of energy efficiency, increase of the share of renewable energies Improvement of flexibility for future energy supply by securing and expanding of technological options Prosecution of other political objectives, i.e. economical growth, increase of employment, environmental and climate protection One main focus is placed on hydrogen and fuel cells

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