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Programme Review Report 2022

The Programme Review 2022 is looking at the activities and results of the Clean Hydrogen JU and how they align with the strategy and objectives set out in its founding Regulation and further elaborated in the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) for 2021-2027.

Highlights from the Executive Director

As 2022 is approaching its end, and we start looking at the year to come, it’s good to stop for a minute and acknowledge the remarkable changes – and challenges - that this year has brought for Europe and for its energy systems and to look at what the Clean Hydrogen JU has achieved in its first year.

Accelerating the hydrogen economy

The European Commission announced on 18 May 2022, in its communication “REPowerEU Plan”, an additional investment of €200 million available for the Clean Hydrogen Partnership through the Horizon Europe Programme. The funds will help double the number of Hydrogen Valleys in Europe and aim to accelerate the implementation of the hydrogen economy across the EU.

Trucks are a perfectly viable transport segment for fuel cells

The Clean Hydrogen Partnership is supporting the uptake of fuel cells and hydrogen in the road heavy-duty transport segment, contributing to the transition to a greener mobility system, with the final aim to provide clean, accessible and affordable transport solutions to all Europeans.

Call 2022 Info Day: Registrations are open!

The Clean Hydrogen Partnership is launching the biggest hydrogen research call in the history of Europe – €300.5 million will be made available for proposed projects in an unprecedented drive to support the creation of cutting-edge hydrogen technologies.

World Hydrogen 2022 Summit & Exhibition

The Sustainable Energy Council (SEC) in partnership with the Province of Zuid Holland, the City of Rotterdam and the Port of Rotterdam are organising the World Hydrogen 2022 Summit & Exhibition between 9-11 May 2022.

European Hydrogen Week 2021 Presentations and Recordings

<p>The second edition of the European Hydrogen Week welcomed more than 10.000 participants from 64 countries and featured 280 projects and initiatives. We would like to say a big THANK YOU to everybody who contributed in making this a success.</p>