The project consortium consists of a well balanced mix between training and education institutions (University of Ulster and TÜV SÜD Akademie), Industry (AL), Research institutions (University of Ulster and HSL), target group representatives (TÜV SÜD Industry Services), scientific and technical association (FAST/EHA) and European SME specialized on safety-related questions on the standardisation of hydrogen technologies (CCS).
None of the partners is active in the same field like another partner, so a complementary cooperation will easily be achieved. The specific activities of the partners in the different work packages suit very well their abilities and the assigned personnel is highly motivated and has all necessary skills to perform with high efficiency.
As the objective of HyFacts is to develop a training package with hydrogen-related content, research-oriented entities such as HSL and University of Ulster have been involved, but also partners which have a deep insight in today’s practise like TÜV SÜD and AL when handling hydrogen, building technical installations, testing and certifying them and transferring technical contents to specialised audiences.

TÜV SÜD Akademie GmbH (TÜV)
Training and Education
Contact Christian Machens
Air Liquide Hydrogen Energy (AL)

The CCS Global Group Ltd (CCS)
European SME – Hydrogen RCS
United Kingdom

Federazione delle Associazioni Scientifiche e Tecniche (FAST/EHA)
Scientific and technical association

Health and Safety Laboratory (HSL)
Research institution
United Kingdom
University of Ulster – HySAFER Centre  (UU)
Higher education and research institution
United Kingdom
Contact Vladimir Molkov