by Silke Thole |
In the run-up to Hannover Messe 2022, Deutsche Messe AG as organiser had already identified a turning point in international economic and energy policy. "At the heart of the matter is how we can ensure security of supply and growth in a dynamically changing world - politically, ecologically and economically - while at the same time counteracting climate change. Innovative technologies will play a key role in this," said Dr Jochen Köckler, Chairman of the Board of Deutsche Messe AG . When it comes to CO2-neutral production and energy security in Europe, renewable energies and green hydrogen play a key role.
Indeed, at Hydrogen + Fuel Cells Europe in Hall 13 of the Hannover Messe from 30 May to 2 June, it was evident that the topics of fuel cell technology, hydrogen and electrolysis are booming. We had numerous interesting discussions and made valuable contacts at our stand. In addition to our integrated solutions for cell voltage monitoring on fuel cells, our new product CVM Ex for cell voltage monitoring on electrolysers met with great interest.
In addition to the CVM G5S measuring module, our integrated CVM systems for series applications also include cell contacting (cell voltage pickups) and a customised mounting frame. See an assembly example here:
For all those who did not have the opportunity to visit us at the Hannover Messe, the next chance is in October after the summer break. On 4 and 5 October, the f-cell opens its doors in Stuttgart. For the first time, the industry get-together will take place at the Stuttgart Trade Fair Centre under the new flag "Messe Stuttgart". The trade fair project team has already registered more registrations than last year.
So: See you in Stuttgart! If you have any questions beforehand, for example about our new product CVM Ex, please do not hesitate to contact my colleague Wajih Wertateni. The best way is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.