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 12/2014 »

As the focus of the proposed European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), unlocking 315 bln in the coming 3 years , will be on on infrastructure, notably energy networks as well as transport ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 11/2014 »

The last EU Council on October 23 -24 decided that all EU energy and climate targets for 2030 will be subject to the world’s ambition with regards to CO2 emission at the next UNFCCC meeting ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 10/2014 »

Focus on Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (1st day) and all other Eco-Mobility Technology Options (2nd day) The aim of this two-day conference is to analyse trends in the development of alternative ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 09/2014 »

Over the last month various sketches of a new EU Commission surfaced but just before this monthly update was issued it is likely that there will be a Spanish Energy and Climate Commissioner who ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 08/2014 »

We invite you to check the latest update of hydrogen and fuel cell projects at the EHA Project Info, that includes the latest updates of projects that the EHA supports in disseminating results  and ..read more

EHA Monthly update 07/2014 »

The Annual General Meeting of the EHA on June 26, 2014 confronted a line up of key EU policy requiring Member States to develop national plans for alternative fuel infrastructure by 2016, action ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 06/2014 »

The results of this weeks European elections will need some serious reflection of all Brussels stakeholders, including organisations promoting positive energy like EHA,  on how to engage more of ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 05/2014 »

The “Joining forces to tackle the road transport CO2 challenge”, an initiative launched by the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA), with the aim to identify the technologies ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 04/2014 »

On Wednesday the 18/03/2015,the new study on Commercialisation of Energy Storage was launched. The FCH JU believes that it is essential to understand the future demand for energy storage covering a ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 03/2014 »

The EHA, at a cocktail at the EHEC on March 12, 2014 announced its ambition to map incentives that support the deployment of hydrogen and fuel cell applications. Industry as well as policy makers are ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 02/2014 »

Only a few weeks left to join us at the two largest FC and H2 events on this continent: the European Hydrogen Energy Conference 2014, March 12 -14, 2014 in Seville and the Group Exhibit Hydrogen, ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 01/2014 »

The unwavering support of national and local networks of key stakeholders in building robust deployment channels for fuel cell and hydrogen applications is crucial to cement EU’s ambition to ..read more