Handelsblatt Annual Conference on Gas 2021

During a Tech Talk, Jens Hanke and Torbjørg Klara Fossum, Vice President Low Carbon Solutions, Equinor ASA with moderators Klaus Stratmann and Lohberg put technologies related to pyrolysis, CCS/CCU to the test. Plasmalysis is the first marketable alternative to controversial CCS storage View »


HANDELSBLATT: “Why these three family entrepreneurs are forging a hydrogen alliance”

Following Viessmann’s “Hydrogen in the Here and Now” event, Handelsblatt reported that the Viessmann Group, Schmidt Kranz Group and Graforce are concerned that the innovations of medium-sized companies have not yet reached the political arena. View »

“Hydrogen in the Here and Now – Family Businesses as Innovation Drivers”

On September 8, 2021, Jans Hanke spoke at the VIESSMANN event about why we need to think more broadly about the topic of (green) hydrogen to exploit the potential for the energy transport and heat transition. Family businesses and startups in particular are important drivers of innovation. View »

Der Tagesspiegel – Hydrogen from the miracle boiler

In his article, Alfons Frese impressively presents how our technology can advance the energy transition. But he also addresses how difficult it is as a young company to keep up with the many inquiries. View »

Focus Magazin – Hydrogen – The savior of the energy transition?

In the FOCUS LIVE TALK, I discussed with the deputy chairwoman of BUND Verena Graichen, the climate policy spokesman of the FDP Dr. Lukas Köhler, the Energy Transition Manager of Shell Jens Mueller-Belau as well as the Innovation Officer for Green Hydrogen Dr. Stefan Kaufmann, under which conditions hydrogen can become the key of the energy transition. The discussion was moderated by Dr. Sebastian Doedens, Head of Politics & Associations at BurdaVerlag. View video »

Handelsblatt Hydrogen Summit 2021

On May 27, 2021, I discussed with Maximilian Viessmann, Co-CEO of the Viessmann Group, the contribution hydrogen can make to the heat transition in an event moderated by Kathrin Witsch. Ansehen »

Waste-to-Resources 2021

Waste-to-Resources 2021 is a platform for the international exchange of knowledge on the material and energy recovery of waste, starting with collection and ending with the recovery of materials. The 9th edition in May 2021 was held under the patronage of German Environment Minister Svenja Schulze. Jens Hanke presented the possibility of using hydrogen from biogenic sources with a negative CO2 balance for fuel cell waste collection vehicles. View »


Zukunft Gas “Going all out for hydrogen”

The Zukunft Gas digital event series highlights the prospects and challenges for hydrogen in all areas: From hydrogen import and transport to its use in housing, commerce or industry, to the end consumer – together with renowned experts, we would like to discuss the role of hydrogen in all areas. Jens Hanke presented our project “MOA-H2eat” on May 17. View video »

WIRTSCHAFTWOCHE: Waste in, fuel out

In this edition of Wirtschaftswoche, Edgar Lange presented approaches to using wastewater, plastic waste or liquid slurry as a cheap source of energy. Of cause we are also mentioned. View »


H2-Forum, Berlin

In the context of the “TECHNOLOGY PITCHES,” Jens Hanke and five other companies presented innovative hydrogen applications. The topic of the presentation was “Light Green Hydrogen from Biogas and Wastewater”. View video (from minute 9:30) »


The decarbonization of heat grids is an essential building block for the achievement of climate targets. The use of renewable gases, such as biomethane and green hydrogen, can help achieve these targets. In a round of presentations, Jens Hanke presented the MOA project and the potential of methane plasmalysis for CO2-free heat generation in neighborhoods. View »

HANDELSBLATT: Out of the garbage can and into the tank

In an “Energy and Climate” special, Handelsblatt looks at alternative fuel concepts. Under the headline “We close the cycle,” Thomas Mersch presented Graforce’s technology.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung: Paths to hydrogen

A quarter of the world’s energy demand could be met by green hydrogen in 2050, according to studies. In the publisher’s special “rethinking,” Heimo Fischer explores different paths towards green hydrogen – and one of these paths leads to Graforce’s electric fields