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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era 5 th Fuel Cell Science, Engineering & Technology Conference June 18. – 20., 2007, New York, USA. Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp Infraserv Höchst, Frankfurt, Germany EC FP6 Integrated Project Project-Coordinator

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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

5th Fuel Cell Science, Engineering & Technology Conference

June 18. – 20., 2007, New York, USA

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp

Infraserv Höchst, Frankfurt, Germany

EC FP6 Integrated Project

Project-Coordinator

Tel.: +49 69 3057571, E-Mail: [email protected]

www.zeroregio.com


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Following Targets define the European energy policy

Security of the power supplies

Reducing greenhouse emissions

Creating new opportunities for the European economy

ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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Strategic Research Agenda for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells –

Six key areas of research

Hydrogen production

Hydrogen storage and distribution

Stationary applications

Transport applications

Portable applications

Socio-economic research

ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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Development strategy - Where do we stand today?

Hydrogen is produced in big quantities from coal, petroleum, natural gas or electrolysis world wide

Some hundreds of fuel cell applications are tested in different areas

A few tens FCV´s are in operation world wide

Research on portable fuel cells has been in progress for cell phones, computers, military applications etc.

ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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Deployment Strategy - Where do we want to go?

Snapshot 2020

In the period up to 2020, hydrogen is likely to be produced from conventional energy sources.

Hydrogen will be stored and distributed in different ways, depending on the application.

Stationary fuel cells (combined heat and power) will be available in some hundred thousand at a cost target of 1000-2000 €/kWe.

Fuel cell vehicles will be in operation in some hundred thousand. The cost target for a fuel cell motor is at 100 kWe.

The fuel cells for portable applications are established in the market at a cost target of 1-2 €/We.

ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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Present EC activities in Transport

A project family ‚Hydrogen for Transport‘ is active

Hylights – coordiantes overall transport demo. activities

Roads2Hycom – coordinates research activities

Hychain – Demonstration of smaller vehicles (scooters etc.)

HyFleet-Cute – Demonstration of Buses (FC & ICE)

Zero Regio – Demonstration of FC-cars

Premia – Assessment framework for transport demonstrations

‚www.H2moves.eu‘ – for details

We shall focus on Zero Regio in this presentation

ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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The Project Zero Regio – Project Objectives

Overall objective: Develop & demonstrate zero-emission road transport systems for European cities

Specific objectives:

H2-source: By-product & On-site reforming

H2-transport & refuelling infrastructure

700 bar technology

FCV (passenger cars) - demonstration

Technology & socio-economic assessment

Dissemination

Ways for quicker market penetration

ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Project Partners

16 Partners from 4 EU countries, Coordinator- Infraserv

Zero Regio is a part of the operational activities of HFP

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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Hydrogen Infrastructure in Germany

H2-Transport system

Ionic fluid compressor

Buffer storage housing

1000 bar pipeline

Extension of hydrogen service centre at Infraserv

Conventional service station – Agip

Hydrogen dispensers

CGH2 at 350 bar

CGH2 at 700 bar

LH2

ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Layout HP Pipeline in Höchst

1.4462 Material

Din = 18 mm

Dout = 33.7 mm

Pmax =1000 bar

Welded construction

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Ionic Fluid Compressor – working principle

PLC

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Ionic Fluid Compressor :

  • Being installed in hydrogen service centre

  • In background the hydrogen storage tank with 10.000 m3 vol.

  • Compressor capacity =

  • 900 Nm3/hr or

  • 1.335 kg/min

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Hydrogen Fillers – Hoechst

  • Agip Service Station

  • Area = 4.062 m2

  • 350 & 700 bar CGH2

  • LH2 dispenser

  • PV 78 m2, 8 kW

  • Opened on Nov. 17, 2006

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Service Station in Mantova, Italy

  • Area = 17.000 m2

  • Construction begin: Sept. 2006

  • H2 Zone with: Onsite production

  • Storage room

  • 350 bar dispenser

  • Opening ceremony: Sept. 21st 2007

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

The Demonstration Phase – The Fleets

Range: 250 km (350 bar)Maximum speed: 135 km/hAcceleration: 0-50 km/h within 7 sNuvera PEM 70 kW, 3 cars

Range: 160 km (350 bar)Maximum speed: 140 km/hBallard PEM 72 kW

5 cars, one with 700 bar storage

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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Where do we stand today?

Completion of infrastructure in Germany

Begin of demonstration phase in Nov. 2006

Assessment framework developed and in use

Incident reports

Performance of infrastructure and FCV´s

Reference technology – Diesel

Environmental impact

Socio-economic issues

Demonstration initial phase in Italy with a mobile refueller and one FC-Panda from CRF/Fiat

ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Service Station – some pictures

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Service Station – some pictures

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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Some Future Plans in the EC and Germany

7 th Framework Programme (FP7) has been launched

2007-2013

Joint Technology Initiative (JTI) for Hydrogen & FC research

A public private partnership for market entry

100 stakeholders are envisaged

Much larger budget than FP6 with 50% priv., 50% public

Large Scale demonstrations

National Innovation programme (NIP) of German Govt.

Also PPP

€1 bil.- for the next 10 yrs. (50 % priv. , 50% public)

ZERO REGIO, and Europe´s approach to the hydrogen era

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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Thank you for your attention.

Dr. Heinrich Lienkamp/Infraserv Höchst/Energies and Utilities/Frankfurt, Germany


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