Zentrum für Brennstoffzellentechnik
ZBT is one of the leading research institutes in Europe for fuel cell and hydrogen technologies and a sought-after R&D partner in both European and national cutting-edge research as well as in industrial projects focusing on automotive applications and stationary power generation. For the approx. 150 employees at ZBT an outstanding technical infrastructure is available, which includes production facilities, test facilities, chemical laboratories and high- tech analytics.
thyssenkrupp Electrical Steel / Klimahafen Gelsenkirchen
thyssenkrupp Electrical Steel is the only European and one of the world's leading manufacturers of energy-efficient grain-oriented electrical steel - a key product for the energy transition. We have set ourselves the goal of operating our production in a climate-neutral manner in the future - with green hydrogen, among other measures. Already today we are supplying transformer manufacturers and grid operators with bluemint® powercore® with reduced CO2 emissions. This is how we help to decarbonize the energy industry.
The lead project of the corporate initiative "Klimahafen Gelsenkirchen" also deals with the decarbonization of energy-intensive operations on the basis of green hydrogen. To this end, connection options to a future pipeline and decentralized generation options using an electrolyzer are being examined. The aim of the initiative is to become climate- neutral as quickly as possible.
Pipe and welding technology | assembly | maintenance | production of modular process plants. We apply these competences in the chemical, petrochemical, automotive, steel and pharmaceutical industries as well as in all renewable energy sectors. We manufacture plants for the production of H2, biogas, pharmaceutical, chemical and food products in our own workshops in skid construction. These modules are delivered by us as ready-to- operate plants throughout Europe and integrated at the customer's site. All approvals and certificates are up to date.