100% renewable targets will require power storage to manage flows on the net
Electrolysers utilise these intermittent power flows to produce H2 gas from water
H2 gas can be stored in large quantities underground and transported via existing gas pipelines
H2 vehicles recharge faster and are more durable than battery powered transport
Growing H2 demand in industrial processes will reduce costs and increase supply

EHA Monthly Update 12/2013 »

The past year was a year of many milestones and important announcements accelerating the deployment of the use of hydrogen and fuel cells systems in Europe’s transport and energy grid: Firsts this ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 11/2013 »

The conference “The new programme on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells within Horizon 2020: what opportunities for Italy?” will be held on 13 December 2013 in Centro Congressi Fontana di Trevi in ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 10/2013 »

October saw an impressive number of gatherings in which the current status of  integration of fuel cell hybride bus in daily bus operations was presented. The CHIC intermediate conference on October ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 09/2013 »

The last day of September might become the first day of a step change in hydrogen refueling station development in Europe; after challenging rounds of negotiation, six partners in the German ‘H2 ..read more

EHA Monthly update 08/2013 »

In the latest feedback on the discussions on the specifications in Art 5 on Hydrogen Refueling Stations, HRS,in the EU Commission’s proposal for an EU Directive on Alternative fuels ..read more

EHA monthly update 07/2013 »

In this season of festivals it is tempting to imagine a hydrogen event that will turn heads and attract the crowds of Glastonbury, V Festival, Pukkelpop or Aix en Provence. Hydrogen conferences to ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 06/2013 »

At the last EHA Annual General Meeting on June 28, 2013,  members discussed how to effectively engage EHA’s network of 21 national associations in the new hydrogen infrastructure ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 05/2013 »

At this year’s Annual General Assembly on June 28, 2013 in Brussels, during the EU Sustainable Energy Week,  the EHA will highlight the activities of its various national associations in the ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 4/2013 »

Over the last few of months the reference to hydrogen in key EU transport and energy policy dossiers is asking for clear and realistic strategies for the deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 03/2013 »

Greetings from the EHA stand at the Hannover Fair 2013! This year EHA along with the Spanish, Latvian and Italian Hydrogen Associations  is featuring the current and future status of hydrogen ..read more

EHA Montly Update 02/2013 »

The EHA has been collaborating with its 21 national member associations to communicate relevant EU and project results to key stakeholders at national and local level. Over 300 companies active in ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 1/2013 »

The European Hydrogen Association, EHA, welcomes the EU Commission Communication on Clean Power for Transport and its confirmation on the role that hydrogen will play in moving Europe’s transport ..read more