This brand new brochure gives a general overview of the latest FCH JU achievements and funded projects' success stories.
In 2015 the FCH 2 JU procured a survey to collect feedback from FCH JU beneficiaries and FCH main bodies (Governing Board, States Representatives Group and Scientific Committee) on the perceived quality of services offered by the FCH JU Programme Office.
This report summarises the efforts in setting up a joint procurement strategy for the purchase of fuel cell buses in clusters in Europe (Benelux, France, Germany, Northern Europe and UK).
The 2015 Programme Review Report refers to the fifth review of the FCH JU project portfolio and covers 100 projects funded through annual calls for proposals from 2009 to 2013.
The reviews began in 2011, following a recommendation arising from the interim evaluation of the FCH JU which identified the need to ensure that the overall project portfolio fulfilled the objectives of the FCH JU Multi-Annual Implementation and Work Plans.
The FCH JU has, with its industry and research partners, worked since 2008 to develop and demonstrate FCH technologies, along with development of the various business and environmental cases. It has involved a programme of increasingly ambitious demonstrations projects, a consistent approach to research and development actions and a long term policy commitment.
Hydrogen can be produced from a broad range of renewable energy sources, acting as a unique energy hub providing low or zero emission energy to all energy consuming sectors. Technically and efficiently producing hydrogen from renewable sources is a key enabler for these developments.
This brochure is a guide for any potential applicant intrested in the FCH JU programme.
It indicates all steps to follow to submit a proposal to a call as well as informing on the rules and the evaluation procedure.
This report provides an outlook for jointly achieving a commercialisation pathway.
The 2014 Review is the fourth review of the FCH JU project portfolio. The reviews began in 2011, following a recommendation arising from the interim evaluation of the FCH JU which identified the need to ensure that the FCH JU project portfolio as a whole fulfilled the objectives of the Multi-Annual Implementation or Work Plan.
Stationary fuel cells can play a beneficial role in Europe's changing energy landscape