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Test Wasserstoffwelt

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on 15 September 2015

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H2 Mobility analysis participants in 2011
not yet decided which companies will join the negotiation phase for the joint entity
Synchronize HRS rollout with FCEV ramp-up
Win (new) H2 Mobility members as investors
Start HRS rollout in Germany via the CEP
Negotiate joint entity agreement
Business case calcu-lated and implemen-tation plan outlined
Design of joint entity structure outlined
Consistent HRS and FCEV ramp-up scenarios for Germany agreed
Memorandum of understanding for H2 Mobility signed Sep 10, 2009 in Berlin
H2 Mobility coalition objectives
Main achievements
Jan 2013 - …
Jan - Dec 2012
H2 Mobility business case (joint study)
Market preparation and validation
Negotiations for founding joint entity
H2 Mobility
business and implementation plan (joint study)
H2 Mobility setup
May - Dec 2011
Jun 2010 - Apr 2011
SOURCE: H2 Mobility
A coalition of 18 companies has analyzed potential business concepts. Discussions of a potential joint investment into HRS are scheduled for 2012
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1 According to the Integrated Energy and Climate Program; 21% compared to 1990
2 Range for 2050 based on fuel-economy improvement (constant tank size assumed); assumed 6% CO2 reduction due to biofuels by 2020, 24% by 2050
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Range, km
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CO2 emissions well-to-wheel, g CO2/km
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The implementation of the H2 Mobility
plan would
Coordinate activities for ramping up FCEV and hydrogen refueling infrastructure
Develop a basic hydrogen refuel-ing infrastructure in Germany to enable the launch of series- produced FCEVs in 2014
Overcome risk of market failure through joint cross-industry action until infrastructure buildup is com-mercially viable
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Residential heat
and power
Up to 5% H2 feed in NG pipe-line possible
Energy-intensive industries
Filling stations
Water electrolysis
SOURCE: McKinsey
H2 from water electrolysis, existing chemical processes and NG/BG reforming could power fuel cell vehicles across Germany
Methanization
By-product of the chemical industry
Reforming of NG/BG or gasification of biomass/coal
Energy storage from supply for renewables to demand
Residential heat
and power

Up to 5% H2 feed in NG pipe-line possible
Energy storage from supply for renewables to demand
Energy-intensive industries
Filling stations
Water electrolysis
Methanization
By-product of the chemical industry
Reforming of NG/BG or gasification of biomass/coal
Driving the Future
Mercedes-Benz
Reforming of NG/BG or gasification of biomass/coal
Water electrolysis
Methanization
By-product of the chemical industry
Energy storage from supply for renewables to demand
Energy storage from supply for renewables to demand
Water electrolysis
By-product of the chemical industry
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