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 06/2015 »

During the official introduction of the Hyundai ix35 FCEV on the Belgian market, Flemish Vice President and Minister for Energy Annemie Turtelboom announced that during her legislation she would ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 12/2015 »

The Paris COP21 agreement approved on December 12, 2015 seems to includes all the right phrasing (see art 2, page 22)) to help remove the final barriers to put H2 and FC firmly on the ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 11/2015 »

Recent announcements, from the kick off of the first commercial joint venture to develop Germany’s 400 HRS network by 2023, to the winning provider of the first public hydrogen station provider ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 10/2015 »

US-based industrial gas supplier Air Products has signed a long-term hydrogen supply agreement with Pallas Nitrogen’s Texas project. Under the deal, Air Products will supply 44 million standard ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 09/2015 »

This week EHA member ITM Power launched its first public access hydrogen refueling station, located at the Advanced Manufacturing Park, just off the M1, Junction 33 in South Yorkshire.. It is ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 08/2015 »

This might become known as (another) hottest summer to date. As wildfires rage through California, much of southern Europe have seen temperatures hovering close to the 40s. Indeed policymakers on ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 07/2015 »

KnowHy is a 3 years European FP7-project – funded by the European Commission and coordinated by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking – that aims at providing to the widest ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 05/2015 »

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, “chicken and egg and hen ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 04/2015 »

The BBC business section on the day of  solar eclipse on March 20 published another story  with a cosmic dimension under the title “Hydrogen, Hydrogen, everywhere…” Pointing to ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 03/2015 »

Over the last few weeks the EHA was able to gather a few indications of the position of hydrogen in this Commission’s energy and transport policy. The general impression is that, as ..read more

EHA monthly update 02/2015 »

The latest Trans European Network for Transport TEN T call, that closes on February 26, 2015 is seeing again a number preparations of several H2 corridor proposals. Just before the successful ..read more

EHA Monthly Update 01/2015 »

“Paris” in view of last week’s tragedy and bipartisan call for change, in 2015 hopefully will live up to its City of Light fame facilitating a step change not only towards ..read more