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Sectors: Energy, Environment, Innovation, Local development, New technologies, Research, Transport

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Corporations, Local and Regional authorities, Research centres, Schools, SMEs, Universities

Regions: European Union, Worldwide

Category: Call for proposals


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Responsible: European Commission


FCH 2 JU is a public-private partnership focusing on the objective of accelerating the commercialization of fuel cell and hydrogen technologies.

Priorities and funded actions:

– FCH-01-1-2017: Development of fuel cell system technologies for achieving competitive solutions for aeronautical applications
– FCH-01-2-2017: Towards next generation of PEMFC: Non-PGM catalysts
– FCH-01-3-2017: Improvement of compressed storage systems in the perspective of high volume automotive application
– FCH-01-4-2017: Demonstration of FC material handling and industrial vehicles
– FCH-01-5-2017: Large scale demonstration in preparation for a wider roll-out of fuel cell bus fleets (FCB) including new cities – Phase two
– FCH-01-6-2017: Large scale demonstration of Hydrogen Refuelling Stations and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) road vehicles operated in fleet(s)
– FCH-01-7-2017: Validation of Fuel Cell Trucks for the Collect of Urban Wastes
– FCH-02-1-2017: Game changer Water Electrolysers
– FCH-02-10-2017: Transportable FC gensets for temporary power supply in urban applications
– FCH-02-11-2017: Validation and demonstration of commercial-scale fuel cell core systems within a power range of 10-100kW for selected markets/applications
– FCH-02-12-2017: Demonstration of fuel cell-based energy storage solutions for isolated micro-grid or off-grid remote areas
– FCH-02-2-2017: Game changer High Temperature Steam Electrolysers
– FCH-02-3-2017: Reversible Solid Oxide Electrolyser (rSOC) for resilient energy systems
– FCH-02-4-2017: Highly flexible electrolysers balancing the energy output inside the fence of a wind park
– FCH-02-5-2017: Demonstration of large electrolysers for bulk renewable hydrogen production
– FCH-02-6-2017: Liquid organic hydrogen carrier
– FCH-02-7-2017: Development of flexible large fuel cell power plants for grid support
– FCH-02-8-2017: Step-change in manufacturing of Fuel Cell Stack Components
– FCH-02-9-2017: Development of next-generation SOFC stack for small stationary applications
– FCH-04-1-2017: Limiting the impact of contaminants originating from the hydrogen supply chain
– FCH-04-2-2017: Harmonisation of hydrogen gas trailers
– FCH-04-3-2017: European Higher Training Network in Fuel Cells and Hydrogen
– FCH-04-4-2017: PNR for a safe use of liquid hydrogen
– FCH-04-5-2017: Definition of Accelerated Stress Testing (AST) protocols deduced from understanding of degradation mechanisms of aged stack components in Fuel Cell systems

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