The FCH JU has committed 2.7 M€ to cross-cutting projects under call 2016

Two coordination and support actions related to cross-cutting activities have been selected by the FCH JU under its 2016 call for proposals.

Project HyLAW aims at mapping all legislation and administrative processes applicable to FCH technologies both at EU and at national level (for 18 countries) with the aim of identifying related barriers to deployment, possible best practices and strategies forward for the sector, while project NET-Tools will develop online platforms for e-education and e-laboratories on fuel cells and hydrogen technologies for target groups including high school, under-graduate and post-graduate students as well as professionals and engineers.

Costs are fully covered by the FCH JU amounting to 1.14 and 1.60 M€ respectively.

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