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ZBT - The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Center


The Zentrum für BrennstoffzellenTechnik GmbH (ZBT) was founded as fuel cell and hydrogen research centre in 2001 and is located in Duisburg, Germany. ZBT was supported by the European Funds for Regional Development and the Region of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany and is a member of Johannes-Rau-Forschungsgemeinschaft today. Focusing on application-oriented R&D ZBT acts as established partner of industry, research institutions and universities in the field of hydrogen, fuel cell and battery technology as well as other novel energy technologies. More than 80 full time employees work in seven departments: fuel processing, fuel cells and systems, electrochemistry and coating, micro systems and fluid mechanics, hydrogen and batteries, production technology, quality assurance and testing.



General information


| DE, Carl-Benz-Str. 201 D-47057 Duisburg


Main Contact
Michael Steffen ,Head of department fuel processing ,+49 203 7598 3033

Activities in value chain

Projects involved in

Project name SubProject Title Country Budget

Sub project 1

Design of 2 Technologies and Applications to Service

Germany 3.636.798 €

Sub project 1

Development of a Portable Internal Reforming Methanol High Temperature PEM Fuel Cell System

Greece 3.440.044 €

Sub project 1

Fuel cell systems and Hydrogen supply for Early markets

Denmark 3.822.390 €

Sub project 1

Demonstration of 500 kWe alkaline fuel cell system
with heat capture

United Kingdom 13.654.856 €

Sub project 1

ALKAMMONIA: Ammonia-fuelled alkaline fuel cells for remote power applications.

United Kingdom 2.884.513 €

Sub project 1

GRid ASsiSting modular HydrOgen Pem PowER plant

Our events 4.387.064 €

Sub project 1

Hydrogen delivery risk assessment and impurity tolerance evaluation

Our events 3.499.868 €

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