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On 5 April, Automotive Day 2022, a meeting of companies, associations and research institutes linked to the automotive sector, was held at the Michelin tyre manufacturer’s site in Homburg (Germany).

The event brought together some 150 participants from Saarland, Luxembourg, the Grand-Est, Rhineland-Palatinate and Wallonia.

The event gave professionals the opportunity to present their own expertise in hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

Anthony Auert, manager of the Luxembourg AutoMobility Cluster of Luxinnovation, took part in a round table discussion dedicated to the risks and opportunities of hydrogen technology in the automotive industry.

«Strengthen collaborations in the Greater Region»

The Greater Region has more than 2,500 companies representing some 450,000 jobs. This entire ecosystem is facing both environmental and economic challenges, as the transition to more climate-friendly technologies is taking place, to the detriment of combustion vehicles.

“Cross-border events such as ‘Automotive Day’ are essential to strengthen collaborations in the Greater Region, but also to develop new partnerships that are a source of diversification for the sector”, explains Anthony Auert. “During the many exchanges that took place, the education of young talent proved to be a particularly critical topic that will require increased cooperation from key partners in the years to come.”

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