Hydrogen fuel cell technology is ready and set to power Europe’s sustainable development, it was revealed on 15 November at a high-profile Awards Ceremony in Brussels, as the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) rewarded its top projects for innovation excellence.
The 2018 Awards Ceremony is the first of the FCH JU, a public-private partnership which since 2008 has boosted industry and SME collaboration, driving research, development, deployment and market introduction of fuel cells and hydrogen technologies.
Bart Biebuyck, FCH JU Executive Director said: “It’s an exciting time to be at the helm of such a dynamic group of innovators. The technology has come on leaps and bounds. Europe is now ready and set to mainstream hydrogen and has a strong leadership position. We need to maintain that by accelerating research, scaling up and, at the same time, developing our supply chain in Europe.“
The entire news release can be found here.