Monitoring Europe’s role in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell value chains
Next to environmental advantages, fuel cells and hydrogen sector can bring significant economic benefits to Europe. These include green growth, generating revenue for European countries and creating highly skilled jobs in a knowledge-based sector. In the EU, innovation is essential to maintain economic growth, competitiveness and employment. Major EU policies in fields such as environment or transport, including sustainable mobility, also need support from scientific and technological development.
The FCH JU is conducting an in-depth analysis of the European FCH sector, its role in global value chains, and future opportunities and threats. This will serve to compile a comprehensive overview of the sector in Europe and recommendations for actions that could support the successful growth of a European supply chain.
All industry and research stakeholders are invited to participate in a questionnaire about their organisation and its role in FCH value chains. A competitiveness survey is available as well, collecting views on Europe’s capabilities and prospects compared with other leading world regions and players.
We would highly value your input (one per organisation). The results, to be available in summer 2018, will show an overview of the European FCH sector and maps showing locations of different players.
For more information, visit our dedicated page.