Sectors: Energy, Environment, Innovation, New technologies, Research
Beneficiaries: Corporations, Research centres, Schools, SMEs, Universities
Regions: Balkans, Candidate countries, Developing countries, European Economic Area, European Union, Mediterranean countries, New Independant States, Switzerland
Category: Call for proposals
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Responsible: European Commission
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Fuel cell and hydrogen technologies hold great promise for energy and transport applications from the perspective of meeting Europe’s energy, environmental and economic challenges. this call is part of the societal challenge “Smart, Green and Integrated Transport”.
Priorities and funded actions:
Topics of the call H2020-JTI-FCH-2015-1 are the following:
FCH-01.1-2015 : Low cost and durable PEMFCs for transport applications
FCH-01.2-2015 : Diagnostics and control for increased fuel cell system lifetime in automotive applications
FCH-01.3-2015 : Development of Industrialization-ready PEMFC systems and system components
FCH-01.4-2015 : Adaptation of existing fuel cell components and systems from road to non-road applications
FCH-01.5-2015 : Develop technologies for achieving competitive solutions for APU transport applications based on existing technology
FCH-02.1-2015 : Improved electrolysis for Off-grid Hydrogen production
FCH-02.2-2015 : Improved electrolysis for Distributed Hydrogen production
FCH-02.3-2015 : Development of co-electrolysis using CO2 and water
FCH-02.4-2015 : Proof-of-concept of HT electrolysers at a scale > 70 kW
FCH-02.5-2015 : Development of technology to separate hydrogen from low-concentration hydrogen streams
FCH-02.6-2015 : Development of cost effective manufacturing technologies for key components or fuel cell systems
FCH-02.7-2015 : MW or multi-MW demonstration of stationary fuel cells
FCH-02.8-2015 : Sub-MW demonstration of stationary fuel cells fuelled with biogas from biowaste treatment
FCH-02.9-2015 : Large scale demonstration of µCHP fuel cells
FCH-03.1-2015 : Large scale demonstration of Hydrogen Refuelling Stations and FCEV road vehicles – including buses and on site electrolysis
FCH-03.2-2015 : Hydrogen territories
FCH-03.3-2015 : Hydrogen delivery with high capacity compressed gas trailer
FCH-04.1-2015 : Recycling and Dismantling Strategies for FCH Technologies
FCH-04.2-2015 : Novel Education and Training Tools
FCH-04.3-2015 : Best practices guidelines on safety issues relating to current and emerging FCH Technologies