The hydrogen and
fuel cell center
ZBT GmbH

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More than 100 scientists at ZBT in Duisburg / Germany research, test and advise on topics related to hydrogen, fuel cells and batteries to make this technology reality for a sustainable future together with you!

Find out more about our topics under portfolio - or feel free to contact us!

Für den Klima- und Umweltschutz entwickeln wir die Zukunftstechnologien der Energiewende von der ersten Idee bis zur Serienreife! Sei dabei und bring uns mit deinem Know-how voran!
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ZBT will exhibit at K 2022, the world's leading trade fair for the plastics and rubber industry, from 19 to 26 October 2022 to present the latest findings in compound technology.

ZBT Science news

Demonstrating a power-to-gas process chain including various technologies such as photovoltaic, electrolyser, methanation and direct air capture
A graphene layer can significantly reduce the permeability of a fuel cell membrane without affecting the proton conductivity too much. ZBT and AMO have worked out how this can be done in the joint PROTONLY project.
Fuel cell-based mobility requires clean hydrogen. Within the NRW project Hy-Cleanup, ZBT together with Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung is investigating new materials for removal of impurities from hydrogen.
ZBT has taken delivery of a new hot press. It can be used to investigate and optimize the production of graphite-based bipolar plates. ZBT scientists believe that there is still a lot of undiscovered potential in this process.
Producing “organic” fuel cells: Which petroleum-based materials can be replaced by renewable raw materials? ZBT is working with partner institutes on innovative materials that will make fuel cells even more sustainable.