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

Membership is restricted to national associations, organisations, and individuals supporting the mission and objectives of the Association

Association members
shall be national hydrogen associations of European countries set up as legal entity. Only one national association shall be allowed per country.

Sustaining members
shall be organisations (except national Associations) interested in taking an active role in the Association and having the right to apply for a position as Member of the Board of Directors.

Supporting members
shall be organisations (except national Associations) interested in taking an active role in the Association, without having the opportunity to apply for a position as Member of the Board of Directors. Supporting members include SME’s and Community members (regions and local governments).

Individual members
shall be individuals with permanent residence in Europe interested in taking an active role in the Association.

Honorary members

shall be individuals with permanent residence in Europe who have distinguished themselves by their achievements in the sense of the objectives of the Association, as may be admitted by the Board of Directors to Honorary Membership.

Fees of the EHA
Sustaining members: 15,000 €
Association members: 3,000 €*

Small national associations:
– 1st year: 300 €
– 2nd year: 750 €
– 3rd year: 750 €
– 4th year: 1,500 €
– 5th year: 3,000 €
Supporting members: 5,000 €
SME’s according to EU definition:
– 1st year: 500,00 €
– 2nd year 1,000 €
– 3rd year 2.500 €
Community Members: 2,000 €
Individual members: 300 €
Honorary members: free