ELECTROLYSER & FUEL CELL Forum
is partner and/or supports the following projects, programs or actions:
Clean Hydrogen Joint Undertaking
Clean Hydrogen Joint Undertaking's main objective is to contribute to EU Green Deal and Hydrogen Strategy through optimised funding of R&I activities. The Clean Hydrogen Partnership is the successor of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (FCH 2 JU) and has taken over its legacy portfolio as of 30 November 2021.
RRP - RoRePower
RoRePower project develops and demonstrates Solid Oxide Fuel Cell systems for off-grid power generation in certain markets. These markets are such as powering the gas and oil infrastructure in remote regions with harsh climate conditions from -40 to +50°C and the continuous power supplies of telecommunication towers especially in emerging countries e.g. telecom base stations or microwave transceivers.
(ended on 30 June 2020)
The objective of QualyGridS project is to establish standardized testing protocols for electrolysers to perform electricity grid services. A variety of different grid services will be addressed as well as multiple hydrogen end users. The protocols developed will be applied to both alkaline and PEM electrolysers systems, respectively, using electrolyser sizes from 50 kW to 300 kW. A further objective is to write the testing protocols in a manner that they will be ready for submission to European and International standardization organisations. Another objective is to perform a techno-economic analysis of business cases covering the grid and market situations in the most relevant regions of Europe for large electrolysers (>3MW). Business cases will be identified and the most promising ones will be analysed in detail.
PACE is a five-year project that has deployed more than 2,500 highly efficient Fuel Cell micro-cogeneration units in 10 European countries since 2016. PACE is a €90 million public-private project co-funded by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership. The project brings together 5 leading European suppliers (BDR Thermea, Bosch, SolydEra, Sunfire and Viessmann) who provide Fuel Cell micro-CHP systems for homes and businesses.