HyER is involved in several EU demonstration projects in the fields of fuel cell buses, micro-combined heat and power and battery electric vehicles and freight. HyER is a dissemination partner in all the projects.

The different EU projects, in which some of our members are project partners, add to the knowledge and experience existing in the HyER network.

Discover the different projects:

The High V.LO-City project is deploying 14 fuel cell hydrogen buses in Aberdeen (Scotland), Antwerp (Belgium) and San Remo (Italy). The aim of the project is to accelerate the integration of fuel cell buses in public transport fleets and to demonstrate the technical and operational quality of fuel cell buses.

The HyTransit project is deploying six hydrogen fuel cell buses in Aberdeen (Scotland) as well as a state of the art hydrogen production and refuelling infrastructure. The overarching aim of the project is to demonstrate an operational availability for the fuel cell buses equivalent to diesel buses.

The ene.field project will deploy up to 1,000 residential fuel cell Combined Heat and Power (micro-CHP) installations across 11 European countries. The aim of the project is to increase the number of fuel cell micro-CHPs deployed in Europe and make a meaningful step towards commercialisation of the technology.

The Emobility Works project aims at fully developing e-mobility potentials in European municipalities and businesses, by developing e-mobility action plans for the municipalities and consulting local businesses regarding the integration of e-mobility in their corporate strategies.

The FREVUE project is looking at Freight Vehicles in Urban Europe. The project demonstrates how electric freight vehicles can be used for logistics operations in urban areas and how they can achieve significant emission reductions in cities.