Hydrogen, fuel cells, Electro-mobility in European Regions
international not for profit organization
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Mr Andreas Ziolek
Chairman of the Board
Ms Maria Gertrude Everdine Reijalt
Coordinator Brussels Office/EU Liaison manager
HyER (formerly HyRaMP) has been established in April 2008 by 9 European Regions (currently more than 38) with the support of the European Commission to promote the regional development and deployment of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies. Since October 2011 HyER is supporting the deployment of the full range of electro-mobility; battery electric vehicles and fuel cell electric vehicles and the necessary recharging and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure. Hydrogen and electricity, as a clean energy carriers and fuel cells, as highly efficient energy systems, are widely seen as important components of a new global energy and transport system that will substitute the current fossil fuel based infrastructures with a sustainable, secure and competitive alternative.
HyER took on the coordination of the European Electromobility Observatory in 2012 till 2014, funded by the EU Commission to collect data on battery and fuel cell electric vehicles and their respective infrastructure in all EU Member States. The EEO facilitated fact-based policymaking and the development of robust deployement channels for these technologies.
The Partnership’s activities cover:
1. Electromobility and the required recharging and hydrogen infrastructure and its impact on local energy systems, especially with regards to renewable sources;
2. Stationary fuel cell systems;
3. Grid efficiency including storage, grid management, e.g. smart grids;
4. Special/early market applications as UPS power, materials handling.
Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive (COM2014/18)
White Paper on Transport
EU Energy 2020
Connecting Europe Facility
ERDF and Cohesion fund
Sustainable Energy Roadmap 2050
Clean Power for Transport
Climate and Energy 2030
The persons engaged in relations with the European Union are:
Andreas Ziolek and Maria Gertrude Everdine Reijalt (Marieke) Reijalt
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01/2013 - 12/2013
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