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Welcoming the Province of Groningen

The HyER President is pleased to announce that the province of Groningen (Netherlands) has joined HyER on the 1st of January. The province of Groningen, in the north of the Netherlands, has developed strong policies to decarbonise the energy and transport sectors in the next years. The region has committed to only operate 100% green public […]

Zero Emission Bus Conference & International Fuel Cell Bus Workshop

The Zero Emission Bus Conference and International Fuel Cell Bus Workshop took place on the 30th of November and 1st of December 2016 at the City Hall in London. Organised by the CHIC project, CTE and Element Energy, the event gathered more than 250 stakeholders with representatives from the bus manufacturing industry, local authorities, bus […]

Launch of a Virtual Knowledge Base for Fuel Cell Electric Buses

The High V.LO-City project, which aims at facilitating the deployment of fuel cell electric buses and the related hydrogen refuelling infrastructure in European cities, has launched a virtual knowledge base for fuel cell electric buses in Europe. The aim of this knowledge centre is to give an overview of data, knowledge and experiences about fuel […]

HyER response to COM (2016) 501

The European Commission has published a Communication on a European Strategy for Low-Emission Mobility on the 20th of July 2016. HyER welcomes this Communication and places great importance on the implementation of this Low Emission Strategy. We especially welcome the section on ‘action by cities’ of the Communication. We however believe that HyER members and local […]

Press release: Ene.field dissemination workshop in Belgium

The ene.field national dissemination workshop for Belgium, held on the 27th of September near Brussels, was the second in a series of events aimed at informing participants about the ene.field project findings and the potential of fuel cell micro-CHP (FC micro-CHP) technologies for the energy transition at national level. As of today 21 fuel cell […]

Towards the 1st EU-wide Guarantee of Origin for Green Hydrogen

The CertifHy Project has nearly finalized its work on developing a framework on the first EU-wide guarantees of origin (GO) for Premium Hydrogen (green and low-carbon hydrogen). At the CertifHy event on 19th October 2016 in Brussels the CertifHy consortium presented the project results and next steps to a large audience, consisting of leading industry, […]

Press release: New Bus Refuelling for European Hydrogen Bus Depots

NewBusFuel is an ongoing study funded by Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking with the goal of resolving the knowledge gap for establishment of large-scale hydrogen refuelling infrastructure for fuel cell buses – silent electric buses with long driving range and with zero local emissions. The study that commenced in summer 2015 has assessed the central technology- and engineering […]

HyER member Aberdeen City Council wins two major awards for hydrogen activities

HyER member Aberdeen City Council has won two LowCVP (Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership) Awards in Milton Keynes (United Kingdom) last Wednesday 13th of September. The Aberdeen Bus Project, which deployed the biggest fuel cell bus fleet in Europe and delivered the UK’s largest hydrogen production and bus refuelling station, won the Low Carbon Road Transport […]

Emobility Works! Municipalities pave the way

The Emobility Works project, which aimed at fully developing e-mobility potentials in European municipalities and businesses, reached its final month in August 2016, with one main conclusion: Emobility Works!   The Emobility Works project developed e-mobility action plans for municipalities and consulted local businesses regarding the integration of e-mobility in their corporate strategies. The action […]