The German electronics group Siemens has announced that it is joining the Clean Energy Partnership, Europe’s largest demonstration project for hydrogen mobility.

The electronics group is supporting the CEP with hydrogen production technology developed specifically for the initiative, and thereby making a significant contribution to achieving the CEP’s goals. In particular, these are to test the efficiency of hydrogen production from renewable sources in everyday operations, to ensure fast and safe fuelling, and demonstrate the operation of efficient near-series production hydrogen vehicles in everyday use.

The Clean Energy Partnership project combines the know-how of transport and energy industry leaders such as BMW, Daimler, Ford, GM/Opel, Linde Group, Royal Dutch Shell, Total, Toyota, Volkswagen Group and others. The main goal is to provide sustainable and efficient alternatives to fossil fuel power, aiming at hydrogen as the future of energy supply for emission-free mobility.