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JP Fuel Cells and Hydrogen

FCH-1.jpgThe Joint Programme on Fuel Cells and Hydrogen aims to accelerate and harmonise long-term research on fuel cells, electrolysers and hydrogen handling in Europe. Research organisations interested in cooperating at EU level to progress research activities in the field are invited to join. For further information please contact the Joint Programme Coordinator or the EERA Secretariat contact.

Structure (sub-programmes)

  • SP1 Electrolytes (Deborah Jones, CNRS – Vito Di Noto, Uni Padova)
  • SP2 Catalysts & Electrodes (Peter Holtappels, DTU – John Irvine, University St. Andrews)
  • SP3 Stack Materials and Design (Nikolaos Margaritis, FZJ – Marie-Laure Fontaine, SINTEF)
  • SP4 Systems (Asif Ansar, DLR – Jari Kiviaho, VTT)
  • SP5 Modelling, Validation and Diagnosis (Mathias Gérard, CEA – Martin Andersson, Lund University)
  • SP6 Hydrogen Production and Handling (Robert Steinberger-Wilckens, UoB – Asuncion Fernandez, CSIC)
  • SP7 Hydrogen Storage (Marcello Baricco, University of Turin – Klaus Taube, HZG)

Researcher mobility platform

The Joint Programme on Fuel Cells and Hydrogen aims to generate and mobilize scientific excellence in Europe on all aspects covered by the JP. Find here more information on open positions and the application process.

2018-2030 JP FCH Implementation Plan

In this document the JP FCH sets out - describing rationale, scope and expected outcomes - the research priorities in fuel cells and hydrogen development until 2030, with prioritisation and KPIs.

Read the JP FCH Implementation Plan

Contact

Mónica de Juan González EERA Contact for JP FCH