Archive | Source: Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Joint Undertaking

Event: Hydrogen Summit (Sofia, 28 May 2018)

Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking is organising Hydrogen Summit in Sofia, Bulgaria on 28 May 2018. Organised on the occasion of the FCH JU 10th anniversary, the Hydrogen Summit will offer the participants the opportunity to discover more about advantages of fuel cell and hydrogen technology and the FCH JU, as well as provide insight to the status of the FCH sector in Central and Eastern Europe.

Event: Zero Emission Bus Conference (Cologne, 27-28 November 2018)

The Zero Emission Bus conference is an opportunity to connect with experts in the industry and an open invitation to regional policy makers and stakeholders to participate in the next wave of global public transport innovation.

Call for Tender: Study on use of fuel cell hydrogen in railway environment

To enable a larger introduction of fuel cell technologies within the railway market, a deeper analysis is needed. Following a first joint initiative (Hydrogen Train Workshop” organised between FCH 2 JU and S2R JU on 15 May 2017), the FCH 2 JU is teaming-up once more with the Shift2Rail JU, this time for launching a joint call for tender in view of conducting a study around this proposal.The purpose of this new study will be to address the needed market analysis and assess the potential of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies for the rail sector.

Event: European Hydrogen Energy Conference (Malaga, Spain, 14 March 2018)

The European Hydrogen Energy Conference (EHEC) is the Europe’s conference of reference in the field of hydrogen energy. EHEC provides an excellent framework for updates on hydrogen and fuel cell technologies and represents the best setting to show the latest advances in research, projects and products.

Stakeholder Consultation: EU Harmonised Polarisation Curve Test Method for Low Temperature Water Electrolysis

The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) with the support of a number of experts has compiled a document titled “EU Harmonised Polarisation Curve Test Method for Low Temperature Water Electrolysis.” Comments can be given before the end of April 2018.

Press Release: Monitoring Europe’s role in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Value Chains

Next to environmental advantages, fuel cells and hydrogen sector can bring significant economic benefits to Europe. These include green growth, generating revenue for European countries and creating highly skilled jobs in a knowledge-based sector.

Performance of SOFC stack breaks record thanks to Project Nellhi

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Event: Sixth meeting of the Regions and Cities Initiative (Brussels, 23 March 2018)

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Event: The Gordon Research Conference on Fuel Cells 2018 (Bryant University – US, 29 July – 03 August 2018)

The Gordon Research Conference on Fuel Cells 2018 Energizing the Future by Innovation in Fuel Cell Materials, Methods, Modeling, and Manufacture, will be held at Bryant University, RI, USA, 29th July-3rd August 2018. At this GRC, an international group of scientists and engineers from industry, academia, research institutes and national laboratories will present talks and posters that focus on cutting edge developments in fuel cell research pertinent to low-temperature fuel cells. 

Event: FCH JU Info Day (Brussels, 26 January 2018)

The FCH JU will hold its next Info Day & Brokerage Event in Brussels on the Friday 26 January 2018. The 2018 edition will follow last year’s format: the morning will be dedicated to an information session and presentations to the Call for proposals 2018, followed by a brokerage session in the afternoon. The brokerage event aims to foster networking opportunities and provide a platform to meet potential project partners.

Local Workshops of the FCH JU Regions and Cities Initiative

The Regions and Cities initiative is conducting workshops in its second project phase. The first round of workshops will take place in various European cities in February and March. The workshops aim  at promoting  knowledge exchange on best practices in FCH project development and to discuss the way forward for European cities and regions to implement FCH projects.

Press Release: Launch of Refhyne, World’s Largest Electrolysis Plant in Rhineland Refinery

FCH JU brand new project Refhyne was launched today the 18 January 2018 with an event held in Cologne. The consortium will build a new hydrogen electrolysis plant, the largest of its kind in the world, at the Rheinland refinery in Germany. With a capacity of 10 megawatts, the hydrogen will be used primarily for the processing and upgrading of products at the refinery’s Wesseling site. This project will assist in testing the polymer electrolyte membrane technology on a large industrial scale, making it feasible for introduction in other industry plants, as well as potentially being a step towards the future of refining.

Press Release: Launch of New Project Revive – for Clean and Silent Waste Collection

On 17 January 2018, a new FCH JU project was launched and held its kick-off in Brussels. Project REVIVE will look at advancing the state of development of fuel cell trucks for waste transportation and will deploy garbage trucks throughout seven European sites, including the town of Antwerp, Belgium. The project will also demonstrate how hydrogen refueling stations with large daily demands can be commercially viable. 

Event: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Energy Summit (Brussels, 24-25 January 2018)

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Event: Innovation in Action (Strasbourg, 23-26 October 2017)

FCH JU, together with six other joint undertakings (JUs), will hold an exhibition with the theme ‘Innovation in Action’ in the Espace Emilio Colombo in the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, from 23 to 26 October.

Press Release: Fuel Cell Micro CHP Ready to Decarbonise Residential Housing Sector

“Fuel cell micro-CHP is a technology that is modern, innovative and enjoyed by many customers today. That’s why we want to deploy it in the coming energy mix in Europe” said Fiona Riddoch from Cogen Europe as the first statement of the project ene.field final dissemination event.

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