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Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaken (FCH 2 JU) has held the Programme Review Days 2016, on 21st to 22nd November, 2016. During these two days 100 projects were presented in 6 panels covering cross-cutting, energy and transport in research and demonstration activities. This Forum has been a clear demonstration that the JU model …

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From November 24th to 25th, 2016, the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) has held at Birmingham (U.K.) its first scientific conference. EERA (which represents over 175 leading research organisations from 27 countries) is a unique voice in European energy research, gathering all low carbon technologies under the same umbrella in a unique mix of expertise …

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Prof Paul Upham presented a selection of the qualitative results of Hyacinth to the Climate Policy Group, at the Finnish Environment Institute. There was also interest from the Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production at the Finnish Environment Institute and from the Consumer Society Research Centre at the University of Helsinki. The presentation focused on …

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In October, 28th-29th, Paris has held the Energy and Environment Knowledge Week 2016 Congress, E2KW, managed by CYTEMA -Energy and Environment Science and Technology Campus- in collaboration with the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) and the Université Paris-Est Créteil (UPEC). This event has joined more than 140 researches from 5 continents who presented their research …

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The HYACINTH progress meeting has been held at Aberdeen in October 5th, 2016. Aberdeen City Council is a relevant partner of the consortium which is involved in different projects related to hydrogen. The objectives of this meeting have been to analysis and evaluate the status of HYACINTH project. During the work day, each Work Package …

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The first deliverables of HYACINTH are just now available at the website of the project. It is the result of hard-work of partners during a lot of months. They deliverables are related to the review of the previous research on the social acceptance of fuel cells and hydrogen, identification of the conceptual and methodological challenges, …

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Next November24th -25th, Birmingham (UK) will hold the EERA Conference 2016. For the first time since its establishment, EERA is organising a scientific conference. This conference is the occasion for energy researchers active in EERA, that represent more than 175 research organisations active in all fields of research on low-carbon energy, to meet and discover …

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Public acceptance of hydrogen fuel cell applications in Europe: the effects of sociodemographic, lifestyle, self-identity, and attitudinal variables. Hyacinth results have been presented in the international congress Behave 2016(4th European Conference on Behaviour and Energy Efficiency), Portugal. Source: University of Coimbra Behave 2016 aims to bring researchers and practitioners involved in end-use energy efficiency to …

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Last Wednesday, July 27th, The National Hydrogen Centre, held at its facilities a new workshop within The Cycle of Conferences “Experiences on Hydrogen Technology Applications” organised by the UCC+i-CNH2, where hydrogen and fuel cell European projects carried out by Foundation for the development of New Hydrogen Technologies in Aragon and National Hydrogen Centre were presented. …

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Next October 28th -29th, Paris (France) will hold the Energy and Environment Knowledge Week Congress –E2KW-. This congress is designed to be an international multidisciplinary event planned to discuss and present cutting-edge research in energy and environment in all possible fields of study. The event will feature prestigious researchers and the collaboration of leading companies …

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