Many politicians like to state that they are open to all available technologies in connection with alternative drive types – but one of them seems to be really serious about it. How else can it be explained that FDP leader Christian Lindner himself is visiting KEYOU in Unterschleißheim? Clearly in a good mood after the Thuringian elections and well prepared, the FDP chairman, together with his spokesman Dr. Fabian Leber and the climate policy spokesman of the FDP parliamentary group, Dr. Köhler, appeared at KEYOU’s premises to inform themselves about the zero-emission internal combustion engine and last but not least about KEYOU technology.
In a relaxed atmosphere, CEO Thomas Korn, CMO Jürgen Nadler and project manager Thomas Ebert talked about the special features of combustion processes, engine strategy, hydrogen-specific components, and why the zero-emission combustion engine can best resolve the conflict between cost-efficiency and zero-emission mobility. Bernd Nagel, Managing Director of NAGEL Maschinen- und Werkzeugfabrik GmbH and at the same time strategic Investor at KEYOU, was present at the meeting and described the reasons and motivation for investing in KEYOU to the FDP chairman. Mr. Lindner was not only a patient listener, his questions also made it clear that he is genuinely interested in these matters.
After 1.5 hours and a final photo together at the exhibition engine, Mr. Lindner headed on to the algae pilot plant of the TU and then to the Bavarian Prime Minister Söder, with whom he wanted to close the day.