NWE making an impact!

, La Chaufferie, Tourcoing, France

The Interreg North-West Europe (NWE) programme is pleased to announce its first impact event on 4 and 5 December 2019, which will take place in Tourcoing (Lille agglomeration, Hauts-de-France) at La Chaufferie. Over a day and a half, this transnational event will focus on the results achieved by the 83 NWE projects funded so far, and how to further support their uptake and impact.
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4th Plenary partner meeting H2-Share

, Colruyt Group, Halle, Belgium

All the H2-Share project partners join at the distribution centre of Colruyt Group in Halle for the 4th plenary meeting. The group also visitis the 1st 'all-in' refuelling station in Europe (DATS24) to attend some hydrogen refuellings. Furthermore, partner Colruyt Group gives a tour of the premises, where the partners can view the (indoor) hydrogen refuelling point for forklifts and their own (outdoor) hydrogen refuelling station.
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Hannover Messe 2018 - e-mobil BW theme day 'Boosting Future Mobility'

, Hannover Messe - Integrated Energy, hall 27, stand E84

The leading Trade Fair for Hybrid & Electric Powertrain Technologies, Mobile Energy Storage and Alternative Mobility Solutions - on more than 600 sqm exhibition area 37 companies, research facilities, universities and institutions from the german south-west present their latest technologies and future mobility solutions at the Baden-Württemberg Pavilion. Presentation (12 - 13.30) by H2-Share project manager, Wouter van der Laak, on 'Hydrogen in Heavy Duty Trucks – Developing Experience with 6 Demonstrations in North-West Europe'.
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Seminar Decarbonising heavy-duty road transport

, Norway House, Rue Archimède 17, 1000 Brussels

GREAT and HyER (the European Association for Hydrogen and fuel cells and Electro-mobility in European Regions) have the pleasure of inviting you to a day of discussions on how we can work together to speed up the shift to alternative fuels in heavy duty road transport. The long-haul road transport sector causes around 25% of emissions from transport in Europe. It is essential to find ways to decarbonise the heavy duty freight sector and therefore to support the uptake of alternatives to fossil fuels, along with modal shift solutions. This seminar will gather EU, industry and regional stakeholders for a debate on how to increase the amount of LNG/LBG, Hydrogen and Battery Electric heavy duty lorries on European roads. We will also discuss how the EU can maintain technical leadership in this sector. Wouter van der Laak's will give a presentation about 'Fuel Cell Electric Trucks'.
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