Central German Hydrogen Summit was held in Leipzig

Due to climate change, car manufacturers are working hard to ensure climate protection and sustainable mobility. The goal of BMW Group is to reach this goal by the end of 2030.

Therefore, Central German Hydrogen Summit got organized in Leipzig and was attended by, among others, mayor of Leipzig Burkhard Jung, mayor of Halle Egbert Geier, Minister President of the Free State of Saxony Michael Kretschmer and Minister President of the state of Sachsen-Anhalt dr. Reiner Haseloff.

The event was streamed live, with speakers exploring application and investment plans as well as the establishment by 2030 of a full-coverage hydrogen infrastructure for the Halle and Leipzig region, reports Automotive World.

BMW Group Plant Leipzig has always been planned as a “green plant” and has set standards in sustainability in many areas, from production of the electric BMW i3 and BMW i8 to the site’s four wind turbines and battery farm, and the hydrogen-powered vehicles operating in intralogistics. A holistic approach to advancing sustainability has been the goal throughout, reports Automotive World.

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