We are pleased to announce that the Info Day for our 2023 Call will take place on 26 January.
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.
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.
The JIVE Project is organising a hydrogen bus roadshow in Central and Eastern European countries, which takes place throughout the end of 2022 and ibeginning of 2023.
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.
Launched on 1st of March 2022, the first Call for proposals of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership has an overall indicative budget of EUR 300.5 million, available for research, innovations and support actions for cutting-edge hydrogen technologies.
The Clean Hydrogen Joint Undertaking is pleased to invite you to our webinar on Safety Planning and Management in EU hydrogen and fuel cell projects.
SIAD Macchine Impianti (SIAD MI) has produced a hydrogen compressor for a large-scale, multi-megawatt, high-temperature electrolyzer. The SIAD compressor will be integrated in the hydrogen processing unit, designed and manufactured by Paul Wurth in the frame of the MULTIPLHY project.
On Friday 11 March a hydrogen refuelling station (HRS) was inaugurated in Rotterdam (The Netherlands), as part of the CEF Transport funded MEHRLIN project.
Project StasHH has hit a major milestone by setting the first ever standard for fuel cell modules for heavy-duty applications. This standard aims to globally impact the uniform development of fuel cell modules by setting clear rules regarding physical dimensions and physical and digital interfaces.
The Clean Hydrogen JU is looking for experts to evaluate project proposals in different application areas, including technical and management aspects of projects from basic research to industrial scale demonstrations.
Info Day - Presentation of the Call 2022. The Programme Office presented the various call topics and outlined the rules and procedures of the call.
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.
The Governing Board of the Clean Hydrogen JU adopted on Friday, 25 February, the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) for the period 2021-2027 of the JU and its first Annual Work Programme (AWP) for 2022.
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.
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.
The project PRESLHY, concluded in 2021, performed pre-normative research activities for the safe use of liquid (cryogenic) hydrogen LH2 as an energy carrier.
A new Commission Working document showcases the role of EU research and innovation investment in clean hydrogen to accelerate the green energy transition and reach European Green Deal goals by 2050.
<p>Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for a Healthy, Happy and Green Year!</p>
<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>