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Varata l'imbarcazione Hepic a idrogeno e fuel cell

23.03.2017

Il progetto HEPIC (Hydrogen Electric Passenger venICe boat) promosso da Hydrogen Park e cofinanziato dalla Regione del Veneto, per la realizzazione di un'imbarcazione lagunare per il trasporto di passeggeri ad emissioni zero, si è concluso entro il termine previsto del 31 dicembre 2016.
Il battello, realizzato da un raggruppameno d'imprese con capofila la veneziana Alilaguna Spa, e dotato di propulsione elettrica, con l'impiego di fuel cell a idrogeno e batterie, è stato messo in acqua alla presenza dei tecnici del Registro Italiano Navale (RINA).
L'entrata in esercizio della barca, la prima in Italia ad essere equipaggiata con questa innovativa soluzione tecnologica - finora testata soltanto nel trasporto su gomma - avverrà dopo il rilascio della certificazione navale da parte del Ministero delle Infrastrutture e dei Trasporti.

 
Hydrogen Park at "Festival della Scienza"

23.11.2016

The managing director of Hydrogen Park, Mario Damiani, presented a speech at the conference “Hydrogen. Towards an eco-friendly mobility”, that was held in Genoa last 28th October 2016 , as part of “Festival della Scienza”, with a speakers’ panel from academia: Gianni Bidini, Giovanni Cinti and Josè Kenny (Perugia University), Maria Peressi (Trieste University), Francesco Bonaccorso (Italian Technology Institute).

http://www.festivalscienza.it/site/home/programma/giorno-per-giorno/28-ottobre/lidrogeno-h.html
 
“Mobilità Idrogeno Italia” (MH2IT). Italy calls for hydrogen mobility, according to the National Plan for Alternative Fuels to be submitted to EU Commission

13.07.2016

Mr. Alberto Dossi - President of the Steering Committee of the initiative “Mobilità Idrogeno Italia” (MH2IT) and Chairman of Sapio Group – presented last 8th of July in Catania the scenario of Italy’s National Plan for Hydrogen Mobility.
The National Plan envisages the realisation of 20 hydrogen refuelling stations in Italy at 2020 (10 for light -10 for heavy vehicles), 197 refuelling stations at 2025 (141 for light – 56 for heavy vehicles), mainly in those cities where hydrogen mobility trials are already underway. The 2050 target will be of more than 5.000 hydrogen refuelling stations.
MH2IT brings together the italian stakeholders involved in the industrial chain of hydrogen and fuel cells, and supported Italian National Authorities in drafting the plan that will be sent to the European Commission by november, 2016, according to the EU Directive 94/2014, concerning the deployment of an European distribution network for alternative fuels.

icon Press Release Mobilità Idrogeno Italia 8th of July, 2016

 
Hydrogen Park hosted "Mobilità Idrogeno Italia"

12.03.2016

On 3 March 2016 in Marghera, Hydrogen Park hosted the third plenary meeting of the Working Groups of Mobilità Idrogeno Italia, an initiative promoted by Italy's leading operators in the sector, with the aim of defining the National Plan to build hydrogen-distribution infrastructure at the service of road mobility, and inland waterways.

The Board of Mobilità Idrogeno Italia is chaired by Alberto Dossi, President of Sapio Group, a leading manufacturer of technical gases, that has a large facility in Marghera.

The national hydrogen plan will be presented in the coming months to the Ministries of Economic Development and Infrastructure, in good time for it to be submitted to the European Commission as per the road map provided for by EU Directive 94 of October 2014.

This Directive has defined a common framework of measures that Member States have to implement by 2025 in order to create the infrastructures for distributing such alternative fuels as electricity, hydrogen, biofuels, natural gas and LPG.

The goal of the European Commission, which co-funds investments for infrastructure construction, is to minimize the dependence on oil and to reduce the environmental impact of the transport sector as a whole.

In this context, as known, Hydrogen Park is following, in particular, the HEPIC project - led by the Venetian company Alilaguna SpA - which aims to develop the first passenger lagoon craft run on hydrogen fuel cells and batteries.

 
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