Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking ceased operations on 29 November 2021. Its successor, Clean Hydrogen JU, was established on 30 November 2021 to take over its legacy portfolio and to continue developing the European value chain for safe and clean hydrogen technologies.
The 2018 Programme Review Report as an outcome of the Annual Programme Review Exercise in 2018, has now been published and you can find it here.
The Report presents the findings of a review into activities supported by the FCH 2 JU by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC). The 2018 review includes 87 projects that were ongoing for any time in April-October of 2017.
It pays particular attention to the added value, effectiveness and techno-economic efficiency of FCH 2 JU projects, assigned to six review panels under two main pillars – Transport and Energy – as well as Support for Market Uptake (cross-cutting) activities such as standards and consumer awareness.