A music festival has the same energy need as a small city over the weekend. Because missing grid connection, no technical infrastructure and very little uptake of digital smart metering systems, this energy is mostly produced very inefficiently by gasoline generators on site. With more than 500 big festivals and more than 5000 bigger events alone in Germany, this causes a lot of unnecessary stress on the environment. But there are alternatives. European cities can become living labs for the demonstration of Fuel Cell and Hydrogen (FCH) technologies, which produce clean renewable energy with no CO2 or noise emissions at all. Meet the trailblazers paving the way for others to follow. Learn about visions, challenges and pitfalls on our way to a renewable future.
– Arthur Baux, Manager Hydrogen Business Unit, Engie, France
– Jacob Sylvester Bilabel, Everywh2ere Hydrogen Gensets, Green Music Initiative, Germany
– Björn Hansen, Founder, Futur 2 Festival, Germany
– Faas Moonen, Project Manager, Green Energy Mill, Netherlands
– Najma Souroque, Head of Sustainability & Think Tank, We Love Green, France
-Jacob Sylvester Bilabel, Founder, Green Music Initiative, Germany