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The main objective of the Green Transport Delta (GTD-H) project is to develop three hydrogen technologies: hydrogen combustion engines, hydrogen fuel cells, and a next-generation hydrogen refuelling infrastructure technology.
These three main developments in this project are related to cross-sectoral mobility applications for the automotive, marine, and non-road mobile machinery sectors, and the resulting technical requirements of the products from the end-user's perspective. The project also takes into account legislation and regulations and other market-specific factors. With this, the consortium partners aim to accelerate and improve the transition to sustainable mobility and to strengthen their (international) competitive position on the market for sustainable mobility applications and power units.
Through the cross-sectoral and innovative value chain in the field of hydrogen, the consortium partners aim to make a major step towards maintaining and increasing the Dutch competitive position in the field of hydrogen. With the envisioned technologies (hydrogen combustion engines, hydrogen fuel cells, and hydrogen refuelling infrastructure) they will contribute majorly to making the mobility sector more sustainable. In addition, this consortium contributes to the strengthening of the ecosystem for research and innovation in the Netherlands, as evidenced by the cooperation between various large companies, SMEs, and knowledge institutions. By building up a strong competitive position, the consortium partners can keep the production of the technologies that are still to be developed, in the Netherlands in the long term and reduce the dependence on foreign suppliers.
Under leadership of DAF Nederland, the project partners will work concretely on development of:
Dit project heeft als doel het ontwikkelen van een sterk batterij-ecosysteem in Nederland en hiermee versneld de transitie naar klimaatneutrale mobiliteit te realiseren.Naar het programma