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PROJECTS

HYLAW

Identification of legal rules and administrative processes applicable to Fuel Cell and Hydrogen technologies' deployment, identification of legal barriers and advocacy towards their removal
JANUARY 2017 - DECEMBER 2018
SUMMARY AND OBJECTIVES

HyLAW stands for Hydrogen Law and removal of legal barriers to the deployment of fuel cells and hydrogen applications. It is a flagship project aimed at boosting the market uptake of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies providing market developers with a clear view of the applicable regulations whilst calling the attention of policy makers on legal barriers to be removed. The project brings together 23 partners from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Norway, Poland, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Portugal, the Netherlands and United Kingdom and is coordinated by Hydrogen Europe.

The HyLAW partners will first identify the legislation and regulations relevant to fuel cell and hydrogen applications and legal barriers to their commercialisation. They will then provide public authorities with country specific benchmarks and recommendations on how to remove these barriers.

HyLAW main outputs will be:

  • An online and publicly available database compiling legal and administrative processes applicable to hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in 18 countries across Europe
  • National policy papers describing each legal and administrative process, highlighting best practices, legal barriers and providing policy recommendations
  • A pan-European policy paper targeted towards European decision makers
  • National and European workshops for dissemination of the findings and convincing public authorities to remove barriers

The database will be maintained by Hydrogen Europe for minimum three years after the end of the project.

FOUNDATION ROLE

The Foundation for the Development of New Hydrogen Technologies in Aragon is a partner in the consortium of the project. It is responsible of the Spanish part of analysing the regulation codes and standards in the Consortium.

COORDINATOR
FUNDING ENTITIES

This project has received funding from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking under grant agreement No 735977. This Joint Undertaking receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Hydrogen Europe and N.ERGHY.

PARTNERS