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Offener Brief an Angela Merkel, Bundeskanzlerin, die Gründerin und alle Mitglieder der Ethikkommisson "Sichere Energieversorgung"
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Arno was invited speaker at WREC World Renewable Energy Congress XI
in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates,
September 25-30, 2010
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1.1 World Energy Balance
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2. Production of hydrogen
2.1 Hydrogen from direct solar
2.2 Hydrogen from renewable energies
2.3 MagneGas™ from renewable energies
2.4 Hydrogen from fossil fuels
2.5 Hydrogen from nuclear energy
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3.1 Electricity from hydrogen
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4. Hydrogen and Fuel Cells on their way to commercialisation
4.1 A proposal to future energy supplies
Your Personal Power Provider (3P+)
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5. Four steps to a new Energy Supply
5.1 Revolution in the garage
5.2 The cars are the keys
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Hans-Olof Nilsson's Off-The-Grid Hydrogen House near Goteborg, Sweden
Visit at the Italian demonstration plant of MagneGas™ on February 7th and 8th, 2011
Hydrogen Plant of Emirates Industrial Gases Co. Ltd ( EIGC) at Dubai, UAE
Huerta Solar en Tabernas, Spain, October 2009
Andasol, Spain, October 2009
Antares DLR H2, Stuttgart, Germany, September 2009
German Aerospace Center (DLR) Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt eV, Stuttgart, Germany, Institute of Technical Thermodynamics (ITT) Institute of Vehicle Concepts Stuttgart, Germany, June 2009
Brennstoffzellen-Boote für den Freizeitbereich, Hochschule Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany June 2009
AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation, Burnaby, BC, Canada June 2009
Powertech Labs Inc., a: "... wholly owned subsidiary of BC Hydro (a Crown corporation of the Government of British Columbia), Surrey, BC, Canada June 2009
Plataforma Solar de Almería, Spain
How Airbus conquered the
US market in the 70s
The Arecibo Observatory
Arecibo, Puerto Rico
Hat Creek Radio Observatory,
Hat Creek, CA, USA
National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Green Bank, WV, USA
Wright Brothers National Memorial, Kitty Hawk, NC, USA
Fuel Cell Bus Trial, Perth, Australia
California Hydrogen Highway, USA
SPACEFEST 2009, San Diego, USA
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#116 2020 6th International flag
Conference on Environment and Renewable Energy (ICERE 2020), 24-26 February 2020, Hanoi, Vietnam
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Energy Storage Congress & Expo 2019 14- 15 Nov, 2019 The Bellevue Manila, Philippines
#114 SFERA-III 1st Summer School &flag
Doctoral Colloquium at CNRS-PROMES in Odeillo, France
September 9th-13th, 2019
#113 Starmus V, June 24 – 29, 2019flag
Zurich, Switzerland a global festival of science communication and art
#112 Visit to NOORo I to III in flag
Ouarzazate, Morocco as part of the SolarPACES 2018 conference, October 6, 2018
#111 The Hydrogen Energy Summit flag
2018 Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand Arno's presentation: Off the Grid – Unveiling new ways for our Energy supply January 26, 2018
#110 1. Klimaschutzkongress auf der
Insel Sylt
25. September 2015 Vortrag von Arno A. Evers: Eine „Insel- Lösung“ für Sylt? Neue Wege zur Energieversorgung der Insel Sylt
#109 6. Hamburger Klimawoche
29. August 2014 Vortrag von Arno A. Evers: Physikalische und Gesellschaftliche Rahmenbedingungen der Energiewende
MesseKongress RegioEnergie+++ flagDreieich 2012
9. September 2012
Vortrag von Arno A. Evers: Sind wir noch zu retten?
#107 WREC World Renewable Energy Congress XI
September 25-30, 2010

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Oct 2010
#106 18th World Hydrogen Energy Conference WHEC 2010,
May 16 - 21

Essen, Germany

Jun 2010
#105 "Bright Horizons 6" - A Journey
to the Edge of the Cosmos

Eastern Caribbean

Dec 2009
#104 2009 Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition
Palm Springs, CA, USA

Nov 2009
#103 Fuel Cell Technologies:
Mumbai (Bombay), India
Nov 2009
#102 f-cell
Stuttgart, Germany
Sep 2009
#101 SolarPACES 2009
Berlin, Germany
Sep 2009
#100 5th Annual Hydrogen Implementation Conference
Charleston, WV, USA

Aug 2009
#99 Intersolar North America
San Francisco, CA, USA

Jul 2009
#98 European FUEL CELL FORUM 2009
Lucerne, Switzerland

Jun 2009
#97 HFC2009
Vancouver, Canada

Jun 2009
#96 telescon 2009
Vienna, Austria

May 2009
#95 Hydrogen Works
San Diego, CA, USA

Feb 2009
#94 ICEPAG 2009
Newport Beach, CA, USA

Feb 2009
Milan, Italy

Nov 2008
#92 Fuel Cell Seminar & Exposition
Phoenix, AZ, USA

Oct 2008
#91 H2Expo
Hamburg, Germany

Oct 2008
#90 f-cell
Stuttgart, Germany

Sep 2008
#89 INTELEC 2008
San Diego, CA, USA

Sep 2008
#88 2008 Formula Zero Championship
Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Aug 2008
#87 HyForum 2008
Changsha, P.R. China

Aug 2008
#86 WREC X 2008
Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Jul 2008
#85 KMCM 2008
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Jul 2008
#84 Lucerne FUEL CELL FORUM 2008 Switzerland
Lucerne, Switzerland
Jun 2008
#83 17th World Hydrogen
Energy Conference (WHEC) Australia
Brisbane, Australia
Jun 2008

The role of the young generation ...
#82 Renewable Energy Asia
Bangkok, Thailand Thailand
Jun 2008
#81 Selected Hydrogen Fueling Stations in California, USA USA
Apr 2008
#80 NHA Annual Hydrogen Conference 2008USA
Sacramento, CA, USA
Mar / Apr 2008
#79 FC EXPO 2008 Japan
Tokyo, Japan
Feb 2008
#78 Der 4. Deutsche Wasserstoff Germany
Congress 2008
Essen, Germany
Feb 2008
#77 ISEPD 2008 Korea
Changwon, Korea
Jan 2008
#76 20TH World Energy Congress & Exhibition Italia
Rome, Italy
Nov 2007
#75 World Hydrogen Technologies Convention (WHTC) Italia
Montecatini Terme, Italy
Nov 2007
#74 2007 Fuel Cell Seminar & ExpositionUSA
San Antonio, Texas, USA
Oct 2007
#73 KOREA ENERGY SHOW 2007 Korea
Seoul, Republic of Korea
Oct 2007
#72 Tenth Grove Fuel Cell Symposium GB
London, UK
Sep 2007
#71 Solar Tech India 2007 India
New Delhi, India
Sep 2007
#70 SES-Fachtagung
Zurich, Switzerland
Aug 2007
#69 HFCE 2007 China
Shanghai, P.R. China
Jul 2007
#68 IHEC 2007 Turkey
Istanbul, Turkey
Jul 2007
#67 KMCM 2007 Germany
Düsseldorf, Germany
Jul 2007
#66 Kick Off Meeting zur Leitinnovation Mikrobrennstoffzelle Germany
Munich, Germany
Jun 2007
#65 Hydrogen and Fuel Cells 2007: International Conference &
Trade Show
Vancouver, BC, Canada

April / May 2007
#64 GENERA - Energy and Environment International Fair
Madrid, Spain
Feb / Mar 2007
#63 World Renewable Energy Congress [WREN]
Fremantle, Australia
Feb 2007
#62 Environment 2007
Exhibition & Conference UAE
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Jan 2007
#61 2nd Annual Fuel Cells Durability & Performance 2006 USA
Miami Beach, FL USA
Dec 2006
#60 EDTA Conference & Exposition USA
Washington, DC, USA
Nov 2006
#59 The Fuel Cell Seminar USA
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Nov 2006
#58 Fraunhofer Symposium
Berlin, Germany
Oct 2006
#57 Renewables to Hydrogen Forum USA
Albuquerque, NM, USA
Oct 2006
#56 Alternative Transport Energies Conference Australia
Perth, Western Australia
Sep 2006
#55 Power-Gen Asia China
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Sep 2006
#54 World Renewable Energy
Congress IX and Exhibition Italy
Florence, Italy
Aug 2006
#53 R&D in the field of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell in Germany and Europe Germany
Clausthal, Germany
Jul 2006
#52 Lucerne Fuel Cell Forum 2006 Switzerland
Lucerne, Switzerland
Jul 2006
#51 16th World Hydrogen Energy Conference (WHEC) France
Lyon, France
Jun 2006
#50 NHA Annual Hydrogen Conference
Long Beach, CA, USA
Mar 2006
#49 FC EXPO 2006
Tokyo, Japan
Jan 2006
#48 Wasserstoff und Brennstoffzellen im Automobil
Essen, Germany
Apr 2006
#47 Fuel Cell Seminar
Palm Springs, USA

Nov 2005
#46 Internationale ASUE-Fachtagung
Essen, Germany

Nov 2005
#45 EHEC 2005
Zaragoza, Spain

Nov 2005
#44 Fuel Cell Summit:
A Road Map to Commercialization
Uncasville, CT, USA

Oct 2005
#43 2005 Grove Fuel Cell Symposium
London, UK

Oct. 2005
#42 WHTC 2005 World Hydrogen Technologies Convention (WHTC) Singapore, Singapore
Oct. 2005
#41 f-cell 2005, Stuttgart, Germany
Sep. 2005
#40 The 27th International Telecommunications Energy Conference - intelec '05
Berlin, Germany

Sep. 2005
#39 IHK Nord Wasserstoff – Tagung
Lübeck, Germany

Sep. 2005
#38 ICHS - International Conference on Hydrogen Safety , Pisa, Italy
Sep. 2005
#37 IHEC-2005
International Hydrogen
Energy Congress & Exhibition

Jul. 2005
#36 93. Bunsen Kolloquium
Jun. 2005
#35 European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Platform (HFP)
Brussels, Belgium

Mar. 2005
#34 Cairo 9th International Conference on Energy & Environment
Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

Mar. 2005
#33 1st International Fuel Cell Expo
Tokyo, Japan

Jan. 2005
#32 H2PS: The 2004 Hydrogen Production and Storage Forum,
Washington, DC, USA

Dec. 2004
#31 Impressions from Shanghai
Nov. 2004
#30 Renewable Energies China incl. Hydrogen + Fuel Cells
Shanghai, PR China

Nov. 2004
#29 Michelin Challenge Bibendum 2004
Oct. 2004
#28 Energy Asia 2004
Oct. 2004
#27 Hydrogen and Fuel Cells 2004
Conference and Trade Show
Toronto, ON, Canada

Sep. 2004
#26 Meetings in Singapore,
Sep. 2004
#25 Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Futures Conference, Perth, Australia
Sep. 2004
#24 Exhibiting at World Renewable Energy Congress VIII
Denver, CO, USA

Sep. 2004
#23 Arno presenting at ACS National Meeting Philadelphia, PA, USA
Aug. 2004
#22 Promotion of FP6, for European Union, Delegation of the European Commission, Shanghai
Jul. 2004
#21 IHK Energy-Podium 2004
Jul. 2004
#20 15th World Hydrogen Energy Conference (WHEC15)
Yokohama, Japan

Jun. 2004
#19 Impressions from the
Energy Forum 2004
Varna, Bulgaria

Jun. 2004
#18 Impressions from HYFORUM
May 2004
#17 Impressions from Dubai
United Arab Emirates

May 2004
#16 Impressions from Argentina
May 2004
#15 Promoting Hydrogen Production from Patagonia, Argentina
May 2004
#14 Impressions Zhuozheng Garden
in Su Zhou

Mar. 2004
#13 H2PS: The 2003 Hydrogen Production and Storage Forum
Washington, D.C., USA

Dec. 2003
#12 Impressions from
Washington, D.C., USA

Dec. 2003
#11 Shanghai International Industry Fair (SIF), Shanghai, P.R. China
Nov. 2003
#10 Energy Asia 2003
PTC Asia 2003
CeMAT Asia 2003
Factory Automation Asia 2003
Shanghai, P.R. China

Nov. 2003
Nov. 2003
#8 NESC 2003 - 6th Int'l Conference on New Energy Systems & Conversions
Nov. 2003
#7 Impressions from Busan

Nov. 2003
#6 2003 Fuel Cell Seminar
Miami Beach, Florida, USA

Nov. 2003
#5 Impressions from Shanghai, Beijing, P.R. China
Nov 2003 - Jul. 2004
#4 f-cell forum, Stuttgart, Germany
Sep. 2003
#3 Hypothesis V, Porto Conte, Italy
Sep. 2003
#2 1st European Hydrogen Energy Conference, Grenoble, France
Sep. 2003
#1 Cooperation for Energy Independence of Democracies in the 21st Century
Jerusalem, Israel

Aug. 2003
Shanghai International
Industry Fair (SIF) 2004

International Meeting Point with Conference, Renewable Energies China, incl. Hydrogen + Fuel Cells, Shanghai, China  
In memoriam: Daniela Peschka
In memoriam: Ludwig Boelkow
Corporate Information

4th International Conference, Tuesday, April 12, 2005
"Hydrogen + Fuel Cells on their way to commercialisation"

Hydrogen and Fuel Cells (H2/FC) technologies have been on worldwide probation for the last 30 years. Billions of US $ – financed privately and from Governmental funds - have already been invested. However, in some key markets, H2/FC applications have been made and real systems used to meet the demand for cleaner, more practical energy solutions. Fuel Cells are on the verge of being introduced commercially, revolutionizing the way we presently produce electricity.

At this conference, international industry leaders and executives from seven countries gave their insight on the commercialisation results and future aspects in their particular regions. All conference attendees had the opportunity to learn more about different innovative approaches that are already under way or are still in the making. As a special feature, each presentation was concluded with a 10-minute discussion between the speaker and the audience.

As part of the programme, delegates had the unique opportunity to visit the presently worldwide largest commercial and most international Group Exhibit for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in Hall 13, just minutes away from the conference centre. All conference participants witnessed live demonstrations and newly developed, launched, or updated products. Afterwards, delegates dined together at a at a special Networking evening in the middle of the Hydrogen + Fuel Cells exhibition. They met with international H2/FC industry leaders and executives, using the opportunity to exchange views with key individuals.

Conference program April 12, 2005:

Moderated by: Ulrich Walter, Moderator
Team Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR, Germany
10.00-10.30 a.m.

Introduction, Presentation of all speakers
Ulrich Walter, Moderator
Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR, Germany



Words of Welcome I
Peter Rippen, Deutsche Messe AG, Germany



Words of Welcome II
Arno A. Evers, Owner and Operator
Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR, Germany

"I appreciate and admire the work of all those thousands of researchers, engineers and designers who work on the future of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, however, maybe we all together need a little more creativity and fantasy to come to real mass market products and services for the end-users worldwide!"

10.30-10.50 a.m.
Future Prospect of Mobile Fuel Cell
Dr. Seok Yeol Yoon
CTO and Executive Vice President
Samsung SDI Co., Ltd., Seoul, Korea

"The ubiquitous use of tomorrow's powerful mobile phones will not be limited by information technology, but by battery capacity.
Even if today's lithium-ion batteries' capacity could be doubled, they would not meet future demands.
Samsung, as a global leader in "Digital Convergence", therefore focuses on the development of mobile Fuel Cells."

Click here to download the presentation and more information about Dr. Seok Yeol Yoon

10.50-11.00 a.m. Discussion
11.00-11.20 a.m.
China’s hydrogen & fuel cells energy policies and strategies
Mr. Shi Dinghuan
Consultant of the State Council of China, Chief of Middle-Long Term S & T Development Program Group and Chairman of China Solar Energy Association, Former Secretary General of MOST of China

"China's booming economy faces several energy challenges. Among them, the dependency on oil imports, the pollution caused by excessive use of coal power plants and the emission of greenhouse gases. To cope with these challenges, the "Law for renewable energy" will be put into force on January 1 2006. A major effort is made in the automotive sector, especially for the Olympic Games in 2008 and the EXPO in 2010."

Click to download the presentation and more information about Mr. Shi Dinghuan

11.20-11.30 a.m. Discussion
11.30-11.50 a.m.
Utsira - demonstrating the hydrogen society on renewable terms
Knut Harg, Senior Vice President, Managing Director
Hydro, Electrolysers, Norway

"Utsira is not only the name of an island 20km off the east-coast of Norway, it also stands for "Utility Systems in Remote Areas". This project is a full scale demo installation of a wind-powered Hydrogen system. 10 households are supplied with energy created by two 600 kW wind turbines. The energy demand for two days can be stored as hydrogen, so that in windless times a Fuel Cell can stand in. The system is completely remote controlled and operates at about 90% annual efficiency."

Click to download the presentation and more information about Knut Harg

11.50-12.00 p.m. Discussion
12.00-13.00 p.m. Business Lunch
13.00-13.20 p.m.
Japan’s hydrogen and fuel cells projects
Akiteru Maruta, Project Manager Research & Development Department
Technova Inc., Japan

"Japan is highly dependent on energy imports and therefore needs energy diversity. The challenging target set by the METI is to have 15 Mio. Fuel Cell vehicles in 2030. But in my opinion, stationary Fuel Cells are much closer to market readiness. Their successfull introduction will provide positive impulses for the automotive sector as well. Public acceptance for Hydrogen & Fuel Cells is wide, especially because of Toyota's engagement. This gives people convidence in the technology."

Click to download the presentation and more information about Akiteru Maruta

13.20-13.30 p.m. Discussion
13.30-13.50 p.m.
Canadian H2 program perspective
Dr. Hugo Vandenborre
Member of the Hydrogenics Corporation Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board of Directors and Executive Vice President of Stuart Energy Corporation, Canada

"The national not-for-profit organisation "Fuel Cells Canada" is currently working on three main projects: the Hydrogen village in Toronto, the Vancouver Fuel Cell vehicle program and the Hydrogen highway project.
Hydrogenics' 7, 10, 20 and 65 kW units cover a whole range of applications. The HyPM Power Module offers both versatility and performance. Built into a fork-lift truck, it is highly competitive against lead-acid batteries."

Click to download the presentation and more information about Dr. Hugo Vandenborre

13.50-14.00 p.m. Discussion
14.00-14.30 p.m. Coffee break
14.30-14.50 p.m.
Experience with the creation of the world’s first hydrogen economy (ECTOS)
Prof. Thorsteinn I. Sigfusson, Member of the Board
Icelandic New Energy Ltd., University of Iceland, Iceland

"The ECTOS project in Reykjavik runs 3 DaimlerChrysler Fuel Cell busses and is funded by the European Union. An incident with a malfunctioning cooling loop prooved to be a valuable lesson for interaction with the authorities. 45.000 km were driven in 2004, a survey showed over 90% of public acceptance for the new fuel. My conclusion is:

  • Being independent of fossil fuel imports could be realised in Iceland during the next decades
  • Projects like ECTOS will provide information for next steps
  • Together, it is possible to create a Hydrogen society"

Click to download the presentation and more information about Prof. Thorsteinn I. Sigfusson

14.50-15.00 p.m. Discussion
15.00-15.20 p.m.
Global commercialization of Fuel Cell Energy’s DFC power plant products
Jerry D. Leitman, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
FuelCell Energy, Inc., USA

"FuelCell Energy considers itself as being the #1 high temperature stationary Fuel Cell manufacturer and developer. The core products are high temperature, high efficiency, carbonate Fuel Cell power plants for base load commercial and industrial applications. From our point of view, it is illusionary to expect that people are going to pay more for electricity just because it is "green". But the premium is dropping rapidly and the positive attributes of Fuel Cells make good selling propositions.

My Conclusion would be:

  • Distributed trigeneration of electricity, heat and Hydrogen is attractive
  • Current technology is competitive with small scale/distributed Hydrogen production
  • Future developments have potential to make fuel cell produced hydrogen the preferred method of supply"

Click to download the presentation and more information about Jerry D. Leitman

15.20-15.30 p.m. Discussion
15.30-16.00 p.m. Panel Discussion with all speakers:
A lively discussion between the speakers was started, also involving the audience. Subjects were taken from the speakers' presentations and involved the continued need for field testing, the importance of governmental support in the area of Fuel Cell marketing and codes & standards. Which kind of Fuel Cell application, stationary, automotive or mobile, is most likely to achieve the first breakthrough in commercialisation was also under serious discussion. Moderator Ulrich Walter was looking forward to the next International Conference "Hydrogen + Fuel Cells on their way to commercialisation II" were these and other topics can be updated and extended.
Please make a note of the date:
April 25, 2006 10 am
16.00-18.00 p.m. All conference attendees took the opportunity to visit the Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells in Hall 13 (see Orientation)
18.00-21.00 p.m. They used the unique opportunity to meet with international H2/FC industry leaders and executives at the center of the Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells, joining a Networking evening including a buffet and drinks

Dates: Tuesday, 12 April 2005, 10.00 a.m. – 15.30 p.m.
Venue: Convention Center (CC), Room 1 A
Conference language:



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