With "Living Labs for Energy Transition", sustainable energy technologies could be tested under real-world conditions and on an industrial scale. Within the project initiative "H2-Wyhlen", DIALOGIK participated in a consortium led by power company Energiedienst plc which took part in an idea competition launched by German Federal Ministry for Economic Affaires and Energy (BMWi). The aim of "H2-Wyhlen" is to expand the existing power-to-hydrogen infrastructure located in the South German community of Grenzach-Wyhlen with the adjacent residential quarter and industrial area into a testing space for hydrogen-based sector coupling.
DIALOGIK is responsible for the social science-oriented accompanying research of the project. This includes acceptance studies and in particular carrying out participation formats involving hydrogen users and the community and citizens of Grenzach-Wyhlen.