PilgrHYm, H2MAC and HyAcademy: three European projects driving the future of green hydrogen

PilgrHYm, H2MAC and HyAcademy are three new European projects in which the Aragon Hydrogen Foundation is part of. These projects are promoting the development of hydrogen as a key energy vector for the decarbonisation of the economy.

PilgrHYm focuses on accelerating the development of a safe, efficient and flexible hydrogen network across Europe by reusing existing gas networks. Find out more objectives here.

H2MAC‘s main objective is to demonstrate the reliability and performance stability of a complete fuel cell powertrain system in NRMM (non-road mobile machinery) in harsh environments and/or where access to electricity is limited. See how they do it here.

HyAcademy is dedicated to hydrogen training and education. HyAcademy’s goal is to create an educational ecosystem for training in hydrogen and fuel cell technologies across Europe. In order to achieve this, there are several objectives – find out more!

These are just a few examples of the many European projects that are working to make hydrogen a reality. Collaboration between European countries is essential for the development of this sector and for a more sustainable hydrogen future.

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