Coordinating energy research for a low carbon Europe

Fuel Cells and Hydrogen

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Participants/Associates

BAS (BG), CEA (FR), CIEMAT (ES), CNR (IT), CNRS (FR), CRS4 (IT), CSIC (ES), CVR (CZ), DLR (DE), DTU (DK),  ENEA (IT), FZ Jülich (DE), IEN (PL), IK4 (ES), IMPPAN (PL), IREC (ES), JRC (EU), POLITO (IT), SINTEF(NO), TECNALIA (ES), Delft University of Technology – TUD (NL), TUBITAK (TR), University of Lorraine – UL (FR), UKERC (UK), University of Bologna (IT), University of Chemistry and Technology, (CZ), University of Genova (IT), Lund University (SE), University of Torino (IT),  VTT (FI)

Background

The Joint Programme on Fuel Cells and Hydrogen aims to accelerate and harmonise long-term research on fuel cells and electrolysers in Europe. Organisations interested in this process may obtain more information by contacting Ingo Bunzeck (EERA Secretariat).

Structure (SPs)

  • SP1 Electrolytes (Deborah Jones, CNRS)
  • SP2 Catalysts & Electrodes (Peter Hotlappels, DTU)
  • SP3 Stack Materials and Design (Nikolaos Margaritis, FZJ)
  • SP4 Systems (Asif Ansar, DLR)
  • SP5 Modelling, Validation and Diagnosis (Mathias Gerard, CEA)
  • SP6 Hydrogen Production and Handling (Robert  Steinberger-Wilckens, UoB)
  • SP7 Hydrogen Storage (Marcello Baricco, University of Turin)