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SINTEF at European Hydrogen Week 2023

SINTEF will have a strong presence this year at European Hydrogen Week in Brussels, from 20-24 November 2023.


Hall 11, Stand B20, Brussels Expo
Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Bruxelles, Belgium
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The EU considers pure hydrogen to be one of the backbones of its future, sustainable energy system. SINTEF conducts research and development activities in a number of areas that are crucial for the development of a working clean hydrogen value chain, from production to transport, storage and end use.

SINTEF coordinates in a number of European projects on hydrogen. This year, a selection of them will be presented at a dedicated stand at European Hydrogen Week.

European Hydrogen Week is an annual event that acts as a hub for discussions on the latest developments and innovations in hydrogen at a national, European, and global level. It is co-organised by the European Commission, Hydrogen Europe, and the Clean Hydrogen Partnership.

You can find more information about the event and registration
on the official website.


Participating projects and infrastructure at EU Hydrogen Week:

HYDROGENi – HYDROGENi is a Norwegian Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) that seeks to spearhead the research and innovations needed for hydrogen to fulfil its potential in the energy transition.

H2Glass – H2Glass seeks to advance hydrogen technologies and production systems for the purpose of decarbonising the glass and aluminium sectors.

H2Accelerate TRUCKS – H2Accelerate TRUCKS is working to achieve the deployment of 150 hydrogen trucks and 8 heavy-duty hydrogen refuelling stations.

REFHYNE 2 – RefH2yne 2 aims to build on the work conducted in RefH2yne to build a 10MW PEM electrolyser, and develop Europe’s largest PEM electrolyser at 100MW.

PROTOSTACK - PROTOSTACK aims to demonstrate the competitive advantage of Pressurized Proton Ceramic Electrolysis (PCCEL) technology. 

SUSTAINCELL - SUSTAINCELL  aims to support the European industry in the development of the next generation electrolyser and fuel cell technologies.

HyLine 2 – more information will be presented.

Participating research infrastructure at EU Hydrogen Week:

SMART-H – The SMART-H lab conducts work on investigating the effect of hydrogen on material behaviour at nano and macro scales.

Norwegian Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Centre – The Norwegian Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Centre works to advance the development of high-quality systems for fuel cells and electrolysers.

How can we help make hydrogen a key player in the European transition:

In addition to a stand, SINTEF will also host this side event:

The event will take place on Tuesday 21 November 2023, 1930-2200 at the SINTEF Brussels office. Attendance is by invitation only.


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Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Bruxelles, Belgium