In mid-October, it was time again: Rudolf Scharping, former SPD Chairman and former Prime Minister of Rhineland-Palatinate, and his company RSBK Consulting invited to the “6th German-Chinese Business Conference” in Frankfurt’s Mariott. The two-day economic conference was attended by top-class guests such as the Chinese Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China in Germany, S.E. Wu Ken, or Niels Annen, Minister of State in the Foreign Ministry of the Federal Republic of Germany. Furthermore, in attendance were Sigmar Gabriel, Dr. Beermann from the Deutsche Bundesbank and Liu Jinghua, Deputy Chairman of the China Economic Cooperation Center, as well as representatives from the top management of well-known companies such as SAP, Allianz, Siemens and BASF.
Within the workshop “Green City – new drives between electric, fuel cell and hydrogen” organized by the RSBK, CMO Jürgen Nadler gave a lecture on the KEYOU technology in the plenary hall alongside other experts from the automotive and energy industries such as Prof. Hintennach (Daimler AG), Prof. Zongqiang (Vice Chairman International Hydrogen Energy Association), Dr. Gossens (Schaeffler Technologies), Dr. Brunner (CEO Hynergy) or Werner Diwald, Chairman of the Board of the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association. The subsequent half-hour panel discussion of the workshop speakers focused on the advantages and disadvantages of battery and hydrogen storage systems. Scharping, who led the discussion, turned out to be a critical and well-informed moderator.
The conference opened the evening before with a VIP dinner at Schloss Vollrads with keynotes by Prof. Hahn (former Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen AG) and Dr. Hoyer (President of the European Investment Bank).
Program of the event: here