Bramble Energy, one of the UK’s fastest growing hydrogen innovators, welcomed key members of the European Parliament to explore its breakthrough fuel cell technology at IAA Mobility in Munich.
Andreas Glück and Andrey Kovatchev, Members of the European Parliament, representing the German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), were welcomed to Bramble Energy’s stand to discover how its innovative hydrogen technology can play a pivotal role in Europe’s clean energy future.
With the European Commission having set the goal for a climate-neutral Europe by 2050, as well as the Fit for 55 challenging target of reducing gas emissions in the EU by 55% by 2030, policymakers have identified low carbon hydrogen as an essential energy for this to become a reality.
Bramble Energy CCO, Vidal Bharath, and Business Development Director, Carsten Pohlmann, hosted the two MEPs across two days, showcasing Bramble’s patented Printed Circuit Board Fuel Cell (PCBFC™), the first of its kind to be produced, highlighting how it offers a breakthrough in the hydrogen sector with huge scalability, significantly lower cost than traditional fuel cells, and much quicker route to market.
With limited supply chain, long turnaround and high cost of manufacture often cited as barriers to hydrogen uptake, Bramble’s PCB-X™ platform technology leverages an existing printed circuit board manufacturing supply chain to remove these barriers and offer a superior solution to hydrogen mobility.
Bramble’s technology has been designed to revolutionise the hydrogen mobility industry, which Andreas Glück and Andrey Kovatchev both were able to gain valuable insight and explore PCB-X™’s vast flexibility and potential.
As well as hosting Members of the European Parliament to its stand Carsten Pohlmann delivered a presentation on Bramble Energy, providing insight into the growth of the business and how the team has developed its cutting-edge technology.
Throughout the event, Bramble showcased its technology from IAA Munich’s Startup Zone, presenting the versatility of the PCB-X™ and its applicability to a breadth of mobility sectors, ranging from automotive and energy storage, through to marine and rail.
Vidal Bharath, Bramble Energy Chief Commercial Officer, commented: “We are delighted to have hosted two Members of the European Parliament at our stand at IAA Mobility Munich. The hydrogen agenda has never been such a hot topic, and this was a great opportunity to showcase our cutting-edge technology to some of Europe’s key decision makers, who are taking considerable interest in hydrogen solutions as a viable means of sustainable mobility.”
At the forefront of the UK’s hydrogen sector, Bramble Energy has recently opened its new multi-million-pound, state-of-the-art headquarters, featuring a leading Hydrogen Innovation Hub to support the development of fuel cell technology and continuous growth of the business as it provides a lower-cost and higher speed route to the hydrogen economy.
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