News from the fields of hydrogen and power-to-X

In a new paper from the ENS chair, we analyze the production of hydrogen in different locations in Egypt, including a feasibility study of transporting it to Germany.

To strengthen interdisciplinary collaboration and advance research in hydrogen and power-to-X (PtX) technologies, the TUM.Hydrogen and Power-to-X Network held its annual meeting on October 19, 2023.

In recent months, the Institute of Plant and Process Technology has published three research papers, each addressing critical aspects of hydrogen production, storage, and utilization. Let's take a closer look:

From October 3-6, 2023, the Munich Hydrogen Symposium 2023 (MH2S 2023) was held to highlight the future of hydrogen and power-to-X (PtX) technologies. Organized by the TUM International Future Lab on the Future Hydrogen Economy (REDEFINE H2E), the event brought together a high-caliber international team of experts to explore the latest developments in the field.

Monthly TUM.Hydrogen and PtX network meeting showcases facilities at TUM-CES.

In an effort to accelerate green energy innovation, TUM's Hydrogen and Power-to-X team recently held an exciting workshop as part of the BayIntAn project. The event, held at the Institute Alberto Luiz Coimbra de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa de Engenharia (COPPE) of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), September 18-21, 2023, brought together experts from various fields to initiate a…

The TUM Chair of Energy Systems is pleased to report the success of the REDFINE H2E project roadshow in Brazil. This strategic endeavor led to constructive new partnerships with prominent institutions in the energy sector.

Foundation of the TUM.Hydrogen and PtX network

In April 2019, the TUM.Hydrogen and PtX Network was officially launched to pool expertise in the field of power-to-X and hydrogen production at TUM and to facilitate scientific exchange.

Press releases

Europe Stores Electricity in Gas Pipes

Article in the Scientific American, April 2019 [LINK]

How power-to-gas technology can be green and profitable

TUM News release, February 2019 [LINK]

On the road to a clean combustion engine

TUM News release, October 2018 [LINK]


KickOff event Green Fuel Center
of the TUM at the Straubing Campus

Online via Zoom:
Meeting-ID: 694 4910 9916
Code: 822055

Date & Time: June 10, 2021, 9-11 a.m.


Remain up to date with the MSE colloquia

The Munich School of Engineering (MSE) organises a colloquium every year to bring together the diverse activities on energy research at Bavarian universities. PhD students and researchers from different faculties and universities present their work for this purpose. External guests from science and industry provide insights into their areas of expertise. The next colloquium will take place in July 2021. [MORE]