TransHyDE - Communication & Coordination

To move Germany forward on the path to climate neutrality, it will need several hundred million tons of hydrogen annually. That is why transport infrastructures for short, medium, and long distances are urgently needed. This is precisely where the TransHyDE project comes in: The lead project will comprehensively develop the transport technologies - in a technology-open manner along the four value chains of gaseous hydrogen (H2), liquid hydrogen (LH2), green ammonia (NH3) and LOHC ("Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers").

The consortium consists of 84 partners from applied research, business, and industry. The complexity of the partners, projects, and work packages is high. For this reason, the association Communication & Coordination (KoKo) was established. The tasks of the subproject are to implement the project strategy, negotiate with the steering committee and to coordinate and ensure the internal exchange of information within the project consortium.

TransHyDE is also active on the ministerial and political level: The exchange with the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection (BMWK) and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) on regulatory and licensing issues and the inclusion of important stakeholders from the professional world, society and politics are part of the KoKo network.

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Internal coordination and communication of the subprojects

Stakeholder management and implementation of target group specific communication and participation work.

Establishment of a regulatory community to adapt the regulatory framework of the H2 infrastructure.

Publication of white papers on current hydrogen storage and infrastructure topics.

Establishment of a knowledge database for knowledge and insight transfer for the well-founded development of a hydrogen infrastructure.

Project overview

Full project title:
Communication & Coordination Subproject

Client and duration:
Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), 2021-2025.

Partners:
Fraunhofer IEG, Max Planck Institute CEC

Contributing Consultants:
Cäcilia Gätsch, Hanna Naoumis, Benita Stalmann