Proton Motor as exhibitor at five technology fairs until mid-2022

High demand for fuel cells “Made in Germany” for a decarbonized economy.
For Europe’s leading developer and manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cells with a quarter of a century of experience, Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH ( from Puchheim in Bavaria, trade fair participation is a successful instrument for presenting its technology
innovations “Made in Germany”. Existing or potential new customers can experience Proton Motor as H2 specialist for stationary energy supply solutions mid-May live at the “ees – electrical energy storage” in Munich (11-13 May; Hall B2 / Booth No. 530) as well as in Paris at the simultaneous trade fair “HyVolution” (11/12 May; Booth No. M 23). Both trade fair venues focus on hydrogen as a catalyst for a climate-neutral and internationally competitive Europe, for which the European Union’s hydrogen strategy intends to invest at least 470 billion euros over the next three decades. Proton Motor`s industrial innovation capability at Hanover World Fair “Hydrogen & Fuel Cells” The combination of renewable resources and hydrogen for the decarbonized economy through alternative, independent energy generation is seen as a key element of the climate change. Currently, Proton Motor is receiving increasing demand from the heating market segment. Therefore, the June participation at the joint stand of “Bayern Innovative” at the “E-world Energy & Water” in Essen is an absolute must for the fuel cell specialist. (21-23 June; Hall 4 / Booth No. 117). At the same time, the “Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo” in Amsterdam will address the great potential of innovative hydrogen applications for all maritime sectors (21-23 June; Hall 8 / Booth No. 1380).

Proton Motor launched its HyShelter 240 product innovation in November 2021 for the successful delivery._(c) Proton Motor

The highlight of the first complete trade fair season after the pandemic dispositions is the world trade fair for industry in Hanover. Proton Motor participates in the trend area “Hydrogen & Fuel Cells” to present itself to the “green” community with new emission-free high-tech solutions (May 30 – June 2; Hall 013 / Booth No. D43/1).

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