FCH JU's team will be present at the Hannover Fair, the world’s leading industrial show, which takes place on 1 - 5 April 2019 in Germany.  This year we are joining forces with NOW  and JP Joule . You can visit our joint stand in Hall 27, Stand B59 - part of the Group Exhibit Hydrogen + Fuel Cells Europe, to get information on our latest projects, calls for proposals, and future developments. You are also warmly invited to attend our talks... Read more
The Port Authority of Valencia received on 12 March the 2019 GREEN4SEA Port Award for becoming the first port in Europe to use hydrogen energy to reduce the environmental impact of its operations, thanks to the FCH JU funded H2PORTS project.  The project will test and validate hydrogen technologies for port machinery in order to achieve solutions that produce zero local emissions, without affecting the performance and safety of port operations. The Grimaldi and MSC... Read more
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission has developed, with the support of the FCH JU, a tailored-made version of TIM (Tools for Innovation Monitoring) to monitor, gather and analyse different aspects of fuel cells and hydrogen innovation and technological development. Tools for Innovation Monitoring (TIM) gathers scientific literature, patent data, news articles and data from R&D projects funded by the EU, to monitor and analyse different thematic or... Read more
We are pleased to announce that this year’s Stakeholder Forum will take place on 21 November 2019, in Brussels. The Programme Review Days will precede the Forum, on 19-20 November 2019. Event location: Charlemagne Building, Rue de la Loi 170, B-1000 Brussels More information will be circulated in due time and will be published on our website. We look forward to welcoming you in Brussels! The FCH JU team 
Hydrogen is an essential element in the energy transition and can account for 24% of final energy demand and 5.4m jobs by 2050, says the new study by the FCH JU, “Hydrogen Roadmap Europe: A sustainable pathway for the European Energy Transition“. Developed with input from 17 leading European industrial actors, the study lays out a pathway for the large-scale deployment of hydrogen and fuel cells until 2050 and quantifies the associated socio-economic impacts. The report makes the case... Read more
Valencia Terminal Europa and MSC Terminal Valencia to become the first European port facilities to use hydrogen-powered machinery! The kick off meeting of the European project “H2PORTS - Implementing Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technologies in Ports” took place today, 5 February 2019, in Valencia.  The project will test and validate hydrogen technologies for port machinery in order to achieve solutions that produce zero local emissions, without affecting the performance and safety... Read more
Do you want more information about this year's Call for proposals but you could not attend the FCH JU's Info Day on 29 January 2019? All the presentations and the video recordings of the day are now available on our website . You will find there detailed information about this call's topics as well as the rules and procedures you need to follow for creating a successful application. Check them out and don't forget that the deadline for applications is 23 April 2019.... Read more
The Info Day 2019 will take place on 29 January ! If you cannot join us in Brussels, make sure to follow our web-stream: You do not need to register to follow the event online. The link will be activated on 29 January. During the event, you can submit your questions via Slido, using the code #FCHJU More information and guidance on the process for participation in the FCH JU Call for proposals can also be found in... Read more
As we are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of air quality in our daily lives, we are looking at finding more effective solutions that can help us reduce air pollution in the cities, in line with the EU environmental policies, as the 2018 communication “Clean air for all”. EVERYWH2ERE ​is an FCH JU-funded project that aims to create transportable, zero-emission replacements for the diesel generators widely used for backup and temporary power. Zero... Read more
The FCH JU - funded project CertifHy has issued more than 75 000 Green and Low Carbon Hydrogen Guarantees of Origin (GO) that are now available on the market. Hydrogen consumers from industry and transport can use renewable energy in their processes and reduce the greenhouse gas footprint by purchasing CertifHy Green or Low Carbon Hydrogen Guarantee of Origins now. CertifHy GOs allow end-users to consume Green and Low Carbon Hydrogen across the EU, regardless of their location. The... Read more