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Designing the first EU-wide Green Hydrogen Guarantee of Origin for a new hydrogen market

The CertifHy Project successfully launched its Stakeholder Platform with over 100 members from industry, policy makers, standardization and issuing bodies, associations, SMEs, research and academia on Monday 20th November in Brussels. This Stakeholder Platform will contribute to design the 1st EU-wide Green Hydrogen Guarantee of Origin (GO) system that will contribute to creating a new […]

ene.field project demonstrates that fuel cell micro-cogeneration is ready to contribute towards Europe’s energy and climate objectives

Major European field trial, ene.field project, concludes that Fuel Cell micro-Cogeneration deserves a place in the line-up of key energy solutions for the future energy system. The Final Dissemination Event on 11 October 2017 in Brussels, Belgium, showcased ene.field findings and outlined next steps for the sector reaching mass commercialisation, based on the successful installation, […]

More fuel cell electric buses coming to the roads

The first two fuel cell electric buses from the 3Emotion projects are now in operation in Rotterdam (Netherlands) since Friday. It is now widely acknowledged that the future of public transport buses will have to be zero-emission. Fuel cell electric buses (FCEB’s – also called hydrogen buses) are one of the technologies that meet that […]

HyTrEc 2 Partner Meeting

The second partner meeting for the HyTrEc 2 project will take place in Groningen on the 12th and 13th of September, hosted by the City of Groningen.   About HyTrEc 2 With 94% of transport currently oil based, green transport solutions such as hydrogen will play a key role in achieving EU energy and climate […]

Fuel cell buses projects: reports and launch of joint procurements

The commercialisation of fuel cell buses continues to progress in Europe, with more fuel cell buses to be deployed in the next few months and years. While the earliest deployment projects are now delivering their final results (CHIC), more studies are published (NewBusFuel) and a new large scale deployment project has been launched (JIVE).   […]

FREVUE seminar 17.05.17 in Brussels: presentations

HyER, in collaboration with the FREVUE project and the Hanse Office, organised a seminar on zero emission freight vehicles in urban areas on the 17th of May in Brussels. The FREVUE (Freight Electric Vehicles in Europe) project looks at how innovative freight electric vehicles can help achieve emission free city logistics. FREVUE is a European […]

Aberdeen Hydrogen Transport Summit 2017

    The Aberdeen Hydrogen Transport Summit was organised from the 15th to the 17th of March 2017 in Aberdeen. The event was co-organised by the High V.LO-City, HyTransit and NewBusFuel projects, which are all co-funded by the FCH-JU. The Summit was a success with more than 150 delegates from all over Europe attending the event. […]

Two HyER members open new hydrogen refuelling station

Two HyER members opened new hydrogen refuelling stations in February: Arnhem: Arnhem has opened its first hydrogen refuelling station in the city. This station will now enable Arnhem to deploy more fuel cell electric vehicles in the region. Aberdeen: Aberdeen has opened its second hydrogen refuelling station in the city. The station (350 & 700 […]

PRESS RELEASE: High V.LO-City project launches new demonstration site for fuel cell electric buses in Groningen

The High V.LO-City project, which aims at facilitating the deployment of fuel cell electric buses and their related hydrogen refuelling infrastructure in European cities, launches a new demonstration site for fuel cell electric buses in Groningen (Netherlands). The Groningen site is the fourth deployment site in High V.LO-City after Aberdeen, Antwerp and San Remo. The […]