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CERTIFHY®

CertifHy® contributes to and promotes the sustainable production of hydrogen for all types of uses including energy, transportation, chemical conversion, heating and power generation, hence providing environmental, social and economic benefits.

OUR CERTIFICATION SCHEMES

ADVANTAGES

CERTIFICATION
PROCESS

Our CertifHy® GO scheme grants a tradable value to renewable and non-renewable hydrogen. It is therefore essential that the CertifHy® GO scheme is reliable, accurate and verifiable. Controlling the information and the accuracy of the CertifHy® GO is of critical importance.

HOW TO
BECOME
CERTIFIED

The advantages of CertifHy® GOs are economical, marketing-related, technological oriented, and they will also increase the role of hydrogen in the energy transition. CertifHy® GOs will create demand for renewable and low-carbon hydrogen.

MEDIA CENTRE

Here you can find our latest news, presentations, events, videos, documents among other materials related to the CertifHy® project, our consortium and the different stakeholders.

ABOUT US

CertifHy’s® mission is to advance and facilitate the production, procurement and use of non-renewable, renewable and low carbon hydrogen, fulfilling ambitious environmental criteria as well as decarbonization objectives, in order to protect the climate and improve living conditions.

Webinar on Hydrogen Certification by the FCH JU

Webinar on Hydrogen Certification by the FCH JU

Webinar on Hydrogen Certification by the FCH JU

Webinar on Hydrogen Certification by the FCH JU

Webinar on Hydrogen Certification by the FCH JU

Webinar on Hydrogen Certification by the FCH JU

Webinar on Hydrogen Certification by the FCH JU

Webinar on Hydrogen Certification by the FCH JU

Webinar on Hydrogen Certification by the FCH JU

21/05/2021

The Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) hosted a webinar organised together with Hydrogen Europe to discuss the challenges and opportunities around the future hydrogen certification scheme.

By showcasing the results from the CertifHy initiative supported by the FCH JU as of 2014, European policy makers, industry representatives and NGOs will have the opportunity to debate what is needed to harmonize hydrogen GO schemes around Europe and beyond!

Speakers:

  • Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director FCH JU
  • Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, Secretary General of Hydrogen Europe
  • Galin Gentchev, Policy Officer, DG Energy – European Commission
  • Wouter Vanhoudt, Director Europe & Asia, Hinicio
  • Andreas Kuhlmann, CEO, German Energy Agency (Dena)

To watch the entire webinar, please visit: https://youtu.be/sV6gIUJ9rKk

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