Project Details

Description

The program is structured in five tasks, of which three are technical by nature and two are on integration and enabling aspects. The technical tasks are infrastructure, offshore and large-scale storage of hydrogen. The enabling task is safety, standardization and regulation, which is a key boundary condition for the successful development of a hydrogen infrastructure. As overarching task the aspect of upscaling and system integration is analysed. Both the enabling and overarching tasks are strongly linked to the technical tasks and require active interaction between those tasks to be successful.

Our consortium enables productive interactions by facilitating knowledge sharing, joint research projects, technology transfer, policy advocacy, public engagement, and standardization efforts. These interactions not only enhance the research and development outcomes within the consortium but also contribute to the broader societal and economic benefits of a hydrogen-based energy transition.
Short titleHyTROS
AcronymHTRS
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/01/2431/12/29

Collaborative partners

  • Hanze University of Applied Sciences
  • TNO (lead)
  • TU Eindhoven
  • Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
  • Wageningen University & Research
  • Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • Leiden University
  • Universiteit Twente
  • Radboud University
  • TUD TU Delft
  • Deltares
  • HAN Hogeschool Arnhem Nijmegen
  • Utrecht University
  • University of Amsterdam
  • HyET E-TROL
  • National Metrology Institute
  • HyET Hydrogen B.v.
  • New Energy Coalition
  • Stichting Koninklijk Nederlands Normalisatie Instituut
  • Energie Beheer Nederland
  • Nobian Industrial Chemicals
  • Allseas Group SA
  • N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie
  • Worley Nederland SA
  • Aliaxis
  • Voyex
  • SKF
  • Netbeheer Nederland
  • DNV-GL Netherlands B.V.
  • Fluidwell
  • ONE-Dyas