H2Watt

H2Watt

PROJECTS

H2WATT - A CROSS-BORDER HYDROGEN ECONOMY ON THE FRISIAN ISLANDS

The Frisian islands are ideally suited for the generation of renewable electricity due to their natural conditions - and the production and use of green hydrogen on site is also increasingly becoming an important building block in the implementation of the energy transition. The H2Watt project aims to build a cross-border hydrogen economy that features advanced technological developments and knowledge transfer.

Current: Presentation of the project results on December 15, 2022.

Mariko GmbH invites you to let the Reveu project pass by on December 15 and to follow the project results. The event will be held in German and Dutch and via the Microsoft Teams system. Participation in the event is free of charge.

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The H2Watt project is being implemented primarily on the islands of Borkum and Ameland. Due to the natural conditions, the Wadden Sea offers optimal conditions for the production of green hydrogen, e.g. with the help of wind power and solar plants as well as by means of the energy from wave and tidal power plants. Due to the exposed location, the supply system can also be considered self-sufficient on the islands.

The project will analyse and test possibilities for the production, storage, transport and use of renewable energies and hydrogen. The ultimate goal is to develop and introduce market-oriented technologies for hydrogen applications. The project started in July 2019 and will run until June 2022.

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Partner

Mariko GmbH ensures the networking of the maritime industry and science, particularly in the Ems-Achs region, through project management andconsulting activities.

FME is a Dutch business association for the technology industry and has about 2,200 members employing about 220,000 people.

abh Ingenieur-Technik GmbH Emden specialises in engineering and services in the fields of ship design, offshore wind, offshore oil & gas, and energy technology.

The Dutch municipality of Am eland is located on the North Sea island of the same name and has around 3,600 inhabitants.

The Borkumer Kleinbahn und Dampfschiffahrt GmbH offers various mobility services in the areas of bus, train and ship on Borkum. 

The Nordseeheilbad Borkum GmbH bundles all municipal economic activities of the city of Borkum and is also responsible for supplying the island with electricity, water and heat.

AG Reederei Norden-Frisia operates passenger and freight services to the islands of Norderney and Juist in Lower Saxony. 

Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences

Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences is located in Emden. Around 4,500 students are enrolled at the university of applied sciences.

Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences

The Dutch company HYGRO offers solutions for the production, distribution and transport of green hydrogen. 

Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences

Resato International BV is a Dutch manufacturer of high-pressure solutions that are used, among other things, in hydrogen filling stations. 

Emden/Leer University of Applied Sciences

Royal Wagenborg BV is a Dutch shipping and transport company with around 2600 employees.

H2BrakeCO2 (completed)

H2BrakeCO2 (completed)

PROJECTS

   

H2BrakeCO2 -

Overall hydrogen concept for ports

In the H2BrakeCO2 project, an overall concept for the development of a hydrogen economy in the city of Brake and the surrounding northwest metropolitan region was created. The focus here is on port and logistics processes. The concept is intended to serve as a blueprint for the energy transition in other port cities.

The overall concept of the project funded by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) as HyExpert considers the production of hydrogen using renewable energies along the entire value chain up to its application. In particular, shipping and road transport were taken into account. Thus, through H2BrakeCO2, the city of Brake can act as a blueprint for a brake on the carbon-based transport economy and contributes to the sustainable design of port and logistics processes in the sense of "smart logistics". The project ran from July 2020 to September 2021.

Following the successful HyExpert project H2BrakeCO2, a hydrogen test field is to be established in the city of Brake with a focus on road freight transport and intralogistics in the port area. In addition to the testing of hydrogen trucks, further concrete steps are to follow with the preparation of feasibility studies for the conversion of handling equipment for which no series vehicles are available on the market today.

Michael Kurz

Mayor of the town of Brake (Unterweser)

Partner

©H2BrakeCO2

Between 2020 and 2021, the H2BrakeCO2 project created an overall concept for the integration of a hydrogen infrastructure in the city of Brake and the surrounding Northwest metropolitan region.

Partner:

Wirtschaftsförderung Wesermarsch GmbH, Niedersachsen Ports GmbH & Co. KG,, City of Elsfleth, L.I.T. Speditions GmbH, J. Müller AG, DMK Deutsches Milchkontor, Wesermarsch district, Ovelgönne municipality, Nordenham town, Oldenburgisch Ostfriesischer Wasserverband (OOWV), Raiffeisenbank Wesermarsch-Süd, Abeking & Rassmussen Werft, Sperling GmbH, barghorn GmbH, SALTANDPEPPER technology consulting, Brandes innovation, IST mobility Nord, Nautischer Verein Niedersachsen, Verein der Wirtschaftsingenieure im Transportwesen (VdWT), E-Mobis project consortium, Bremerhaven University of Applied Sciences (BWvB).

Associated partners:

Automotive Nordwest e.V., H2BX e.V., COSMO Costumer-Oriented Sustainable Mobility Organisation UG, THHIMA GmbH & Co. KG, Ad.vis Experts GmbH, ANLEG GmbH.

Supported by:

Lower Saxony Ministry for the Environment, Energy, Building and Climate Protection, Metropolregion Nordwest e. V., MdB Mittag, MdL Logemann.