FCH JU News

Project achievements: SUSANA develops a new model evaluation protocol

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The FCH JU covers a wide range of cross-cutting activities that support both energy and transport developments. Removing regulatory barriers and increasing public awareness and trust in the technology can facilitate its entry into the market. Safety issues are among the priorities of the portfolio.

One of the FCH JU flagship cross-cutting projects SUSANA achieved great results in the field of safety engineering design and assessment of fuel cells and hydrogen infrastructure.

Project achievements: Soctesqa - Improving and standardising test procedures for solid oxide stacks

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A fuel cell generates electricity at high efficiencies and without any harmful emissions. In order to exploit its full potential, it is essential to continue improving the technology by putting in place test procedures and validation systems. Adopting such test protocols will play an important role in boosting market introduction of fuel cell technologies, as they provide customers with a reliable basis for comparison of performance.

FCH JU Stakeholder Forum & PRD - Follow live!

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On the 22, 23 and 24 November, the FCH JU is holding its annual Stakeholder Forum and Programme Review Days in Brussels at the Steigenberger Wiltcher's Hotel. This year is a special one for our sector as it is the 10th edition of the Stakeholder Forum, bringing together a unique programme celebrating past achievements as well as looking at new developments. The special edition is followed by 2 days of the FCH JU Programme Review Days, aiming at assessing the programme's progress and highlighting main projects' accomplishments. 

Publication of FCH2 JU Interim Report

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The FCH 2 JU continues to demonstrate strengths and remains relevant as funding instrument, ensuring good alignment with policy and industrial initiatives according to the European Commission published report on the ‘Interim evaluation of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (2014-2016) operating under Horizon 2020’.

The evaluation was performed by an Independent Experts Group (IEG) for the European Commission.

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