The Institute of Applied Energy (IAE) announced that IAE participates to the eGHOST (Eco-design Guidelines for HydrOgen Systems and Technologies) project that has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU) that is supported by HORIZON2020. IMDEA Energy (Spain) coordinates the consortium, which also includes CEA (France), the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia), the Aragon Hydrogen Foundation (Spain), SYMBIO (France), and the Institute of Applied Energy (Japan). Eco-design1) guidelines for hydrogen and fuel cells products will be developed in this project for three years. IAE will contribute to the development of the guideline through analysis of life-cycle cost analysis of hydrogen and fuel cells products.
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|[Press Release] Europe’s pioneering project eGHOST will develop reference guidelines for the eco-design of hydrogen technologies|
- 1) Eco-design is the product design that includes perspectives of environmental protection such as 3Rs (reduce, reuse and recycle).