Removing the barriers that impede commercialisation of hydrogen technologies
EU-funded MultHyFuel will contribute to effective deployment of hydrogen by developing a common strategy for implementing hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS) in multi-fuel contexts. It will contribute to harmonisation of existing laws through practical, theoretical and experimental data and active and continuous engagement of stakeholders. Specifically, a state-of-the-art-review conducted with the support of the Network of National Experts will realise a preliminary diagnosis of the existing rules, and practical research and experimental laboratory work will address gaps in current understanding. Moreover, the project will generate best practice guidance on the basis of data and evidence derived from practical experimentation, engage key stakeholders (policy makers, public authorities, standardisation bodies) and ensure broader dissemination, communication, and exploitation of results.
Funding SchemeFCH2-RIA - Research and Innovation action
The organization defined itself as SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) at the time the Grant Agreement was signed.
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