Overview

Norwegian Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Centre

The Norwegian Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Centre is a joint initiative taken by three major Norwegian R&D stakeholders (SINTEF, IFE and NTNU) engaged in Fuel Cells and Hydrogen (FCH) technologies and has a clear nation-wide character and impact.

Our main goal is to be an operative centre of advanced laboratories with the required instrumentation and personnel to facilitate high quality research and development of components and testing and validation of systems for fuel cells and electrolysers.

Lab for testing membranes, fuel cells and electrolysers. Photo: SINTEF / Werner Juvik

The Vision of the Norwegian Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Centre is to actively stimulate Norwegian and European innovation along the whole fuel cell and hydrogen technology value chain.

Hydrogen and fuel cells are key enabling technologies for the green shift in both the stationary energy sector and in the transportation sector.

Contact: 
Magnus Skinlo Thomassen, Cellphone: 982 43 439, Email: Magnus.S.Thomassen@sintef.no

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