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Press release: High V.LO-City project launches demonstration site for fuel cell electric buses in Sanremo, Italy

Brussels, 30th November 2018   Today (30th November 2018) marks the official launch of the Sanremo site of the High V.LO-City project by the Mayor of Sanremo, Alberto Biancheri. Three fuel cell electric buses and their hydrogen refuelling infrastructure have been deployed in the city. The deployment and testing of the buses is part of […]

HyER member Arnhem choses PitPoint to build new hydrogen refuelling station

Together with the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the province of Gelderland and the municipality of Arnhem, clean fuel provider PitPoint will build and operate a public hydrogen refuelling station in Arnhem – the third one in the Netherlands. The new station is set to open in June 2019. Alongside building this station, the project partners are also […]

HyER EWCR workshop – presentations

HyER, in collaboration with five of its members, hosted a session during the European Week of Cities and Regions on the 9th of October. The discussion focussed on the deployment of alternative fuels vehicles and alternative fuels infrastructure accross Europe. All the presentations given during the workshop can be found below: Akershus_EirikBoe Berlin_ThomasMeissner Skane_BrittKarlssonGreen Arnhem_MarcDeKroon […]

HyER Workshop – European Week of Cities and Regions 2018

HyER, in cooperation with some of its members, is organising a workshop in the frame of the 2018 European Week of Cities and Regions:   Cross border cooperation to accelerate the deployment of alternative fuels   Date and time: 9th October, 16h30 – 18h00, followed by a networking reception Venue: South Denmark House, Avenue Palmerston […]

Launch of new hydrogen refuelling station in Delfzijl – Province of Groningen, Netherlands

Under the High V.LO-City project, PitPoint clean fuels and QBuzz will officially launch the new hydrogen refuelling station for the Groningen site today (22nd February 2018). Erik Kemink, CEO at PitPoint, said: ‘We are extremely pleased and proud to be part of this unique five-year pilot programme within the High V.LO-City project and to be […]

HyER/GREAT event on freight – presentations

On the 31st of January, HyER and the GREAT project organised a joint seminar on the decarbonisation of heavy duty freight vehicles. The event took place at Norway House in Brussels. The event was a success with more than 90 participants attending the seminar. The participants heard presentations from different technology solution providers, user groups […]

Press release: Commercialisation Of Fuel Cell Buses One Step Closer Launch Of JIVE 2 Project

Brussels, 25th January 2018 The fuel cell bus sector in Europe has this week received a tremendous boost with the launch of the JIVE 2 project (Second Joint Initiative for hydrogen Vehicles across Europe). Coordinated by Element Energy, and supported by a €25m grant from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), the JIVE 2 project […]

HyER event: Decarbonising Heavy Duty Road Transport

HyER, the GREAT project and the Skane European Office have the pleasure of inviting you to a day of discussions on how we can work together to speed up the shift to alternative fuels in heavy duty road transport. The long-haul road transport sector causes around 25% of emissions from transport in Europe. It is […]

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, […]