H2 Green Power & Logistics GmbH is a new tenant on EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf
Dr Ludger Hellenthal, managing partner of “H2 Green Power & Logistics GmbH” is currently on tour in Germany with the hydrogen truck “Hyundai Xcient Fuel Cell”. It had already passed eleven cities in seven federal states when it arrived in Schöneberg on the EUREF-Campus on 7 December.
Hellenthal’s company distributes green hydrogen by road, rail, pipeline and inland waterway from its own green electricity generated by photovoltaics, wind power and biomass for H2 electrolysis. Hellenthal: “Despite Corona, we have already reached almost 300 companies at the stops in a few days, both decision-makers and practitioners.” “The company is on its way in the market with a complete ecosystem for green hydrogen in commercial vehicle mobility and later also for large stationary customers. Now the next part of the energy transition is coming to the roads.” After a successful launch in 2020 in Switzerland, Hyundai Hydrogen Mobility AG has announced the market launch of the H2 Hyundai trucks in Germany as well.
When the truck stopped at the EUREF-Campus, Kurt-Christoph von Knobelsdorff, spokesman for the management of NOW GmbH, which works on behalf of the German government, said: “Heavy goods traffic on the road plays a major role in climate protection, as it currently causes around one third of CO2 emissions in the transport sector. Especially for long-distance transport, the hydrogen-powered fuel cell truck is a very promising approach.”
Ludger Hellenthal showed how tolerable the fuel is in a self-experiment and drank a glass of it.
Ludger Hellenthal used his visit to Schöneberg as an opportunity to sign the lease for the EUREF-Campus Düsseldorf, which is currently under construction, with the CEO of EUREF-AG, Reinhard Müller.
Further information about “H2 Green Power & Logistics GmbH”: https://www.h2greenpowerlog.de/