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Hydrogen Mobility Europe: Project Successfully Concludes

The initiative, supported by funding from the Clean Hydrogen Partnership (formerly Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking), has brought together action in nine European countries. It tested the innovations required to bring hydrogen mobility sector closer to readiness for market. The project successfully performed a large-scale market test of hydrogen refuelling infrastructure, passenger and commercial FCEVs operated in real-world customer applications. It further demonstrated the possible system benefits generated by using electrolytic hydrogen solutions in grid operations. H2ME 2 (2016 – 2023) is the natural successor to the Hydrogen Mobility Europe (H2ME 1) project (2015 – 2020). Taken in conjunction, the H2ME 1 & 2 projects are the most ambitious coordinated hydrogen deployment projects attempted in Europe to date. The deployments intended to test and develop the European hydrogen market and performance of the technology, prove technologies at scale and apply learning to overcome some of the barriers to more widespread application.

LEVERAGE Kick-off

The sustainable mobility transition in the Netherlands calls for LEVs. LEVERAGE aims to maximize the potential of LEVs for sustainable mobility and thereby contribute to the accessibility, liveability, and safety of our urban regions.

Optimisation of the Fleet Transition Municipality of Amsterdam

At a time when sustainability is key, the municipality of Amsterdam is implementing an ambitious plan to make its fleet more sustainable. As part of this initiative, and in collaboration with FIER Automotive, Cenex Netherlands has re-examined and revised the 2019 fleet transition plan to refine and adapt the targets to the latest developments.

EU Project AeroSolfd 3rd General Assembly

The AeroSolfd project, co-funded by the European Union, recently convened its General Assembly in Lisbon, bringing together 17 partners from eight European countries. The assembly, hosted by the Metropolitano de Lisboa from the 25th to the 27th of October, addressed the project’s progress, specifically focusing on each work package’s advancements.

CBAM – A Landmark Mechanism for Climate Action

The EU Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) is a pivotal instrument for carbon emissions associated with the production of carbon-intensive goods entering the EU. It serves a dual purpose, promoting cleaner industrial practices outside the EU and safeguarding businesses from carbon leakage. CBAM plays a critical role in realizing the EU’s Green Deal and meeting its climate targets.

GEMINI Project Website Online!

We are happy to announce that the GEMINI project website is online!

On the website you can find the latest news and updates about the GEMINI project. The site will be progressively enriched with content generated by our project activities.