Green light for green hydrogen at Energiepark Mainz
With a symbolic push of the facility's start button, the world's largest green hydrogen plant was inaugurated in Mainz on Thursday, 2 July 2015 More info >>
EU Energy Policy Conference Brief
EU Commissioner Miguel Arias Canēte, in his opening speech at the High Policy Energy Conference on June 16, 2015 to introduce the latest IEA.. More info >>
HyWay: Europe’s largest hybrid electric-hydrogen Vehicle fleet in Grenoble, France
Zero-emissions hydrogen-powered transportation is now a reality in France’s RhôneAlpes region, home to 80% of the country’s hydrogen-energy industry More info >>
IPHE Sixth H2igher Educational Round held in Wuhan
On May 27, 2015, the sixth H2igher Educational Rounds of the International Partnership for Hydrogen Fuel Cells in the Economy (IPHE) was held at.. More info >>
Avanti H2Mobilità Italia!
In Italy, nothing has been done so far at the central level for the development of hydrogen zero-emission mobility. Cinque International, an Italian energy consultancy has.. More info >>
Advancing Europe’s energy systems: stationary fuel cells in distributed generation
The study, which firmly identifies innovative fuel cell micro-CHP (FC mCHP) products as a promising new technology and plots a path towards their commercialisation in the.. More info >>
Hydrogen Energy for Ukraine: Ukrainian Hydrogen Association joining the EHA
The Ukrainian Hydrogen Energy Association was founded in 2009 by people who want to change our world to the cleaner one More info >>
The H2 Do-Ron-Ron-Ron in Aberdeen
At this stage of fuel cell and hydrogen deployment we tend to busy ourselves a lot with necessary policy support measures, the need for standardisation,.. More info >>
New Sustainable Transport Forum to steer EU Alternative Fuels Infrastructure ambition
The Commission on April 23, 2015 adopted the set up of a new Expert Group on alternative transport fuels, the Sustainable Transport Forum (STF), that.. More info >>
Hannover 2015: Finland’s first in large scale hydrogen plants
The Finnish Fuel Cell Industry Group  have been EHA members since 2010 and represent many traditional Finnish companies that are exploring the FC and.. More info >>