Hidrogeno-verde.es publishes the objectives of the sh2e project
SH2E will run for 3.5 years and will receive a European grant of almost €2 million. The funding agency, the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), has been dedicated to advancing hydrogen and fuel cells in Europe since 2008. Its aim is to accelerate the introduction of these technologies, given their huge potential, to help achieve a carbon-free energy system by 2050, thus contributing to the shift towards a green economy. The funding of the SH2E project is therefore strategic to position Europe in the field of sustainable hydrogen and to drive the achievement of its objectives in a sensible and robust way.
The project will formulate and demonstrate a novel methodological framework that will set out the requirements and provide the necessary guidance for a life cycle sustainability analysis of hydrogen systems, integrating for the first time a triple perspective: environmental, economic and social. Read more.