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18/04/2023 Scaduto

The Clean Hydrogen Partnership launches its hydrogen research call for proposals and a total of € 195 million will be made available for projects in an unprecedented drive to support the creation of cutting-edge hydrogen technologies. The topics will be grouped into 11 Innovation Actions (IA), 13 Research and Innovation Actions (RIA) and 2 Coordination and Support Actions (CSA). Five of the Innovation Actions (IA) are considered of strategic importance and are selected as flagship projects, expected to have a significant impact in accelerating the transition to a hydrogen economy. - 7 topics – Renewable Hydrogen Production; - 5 topics - hydrogen Storage and Distribution; - 3 topics - Transport; - 4 topics - Heat and Power; - 3 topics - Cross cutting; - 2 topics - Hydrogen Valleys; - 2 topics - Strategic Research challenge;

Deadline 18/04/2023

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EU Partnership “Clean Hydrogen Joint Undertaking” The Clean Hydrogen Partnership's main objective is to contribute to EU Green Deal and Hydrogen Strategy through optimised funding of R&I activities. The Clean Hydrogen Partnership is the successor of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (FCH 2 JU). The Clean Hydrogen Partnership will contribute to the European climate neutrality goal by producing noticeable, quantifiable results towards the development and scaling up of hydrogen applications. This will help develop a number of hydrogen technologies, which are currently either not competitive or have a low technology readiness level, but are expected to contribute to the 2030 energy and climate targets and most importantly make possible climate neutrality by 2050. The Clean Hydrogen Partnership will aim to accelerate the development and deployment of the European value chain for safe and sustainable clean hydrogen technologies, strengthening its competitiveness and with a view to supporting notably SMEs, accelerating the market entry of innovative competitive clean solutions. The final goal is to contribute to a sustainable, decarbonised and fully integrated EU energy system, and to the EU’s Hydrogen Strategy, playing an important role in the implementation of its roadmap towards climate neutrality.