EHGroup selected for SAFRAN's Hydrogen Explore program, together with STARBURST. Aimed at building the future of sustainable aviation and becoming a key player in the hydrogen value chain. SAFRAN is a global leader in aerospace technologies headquartered in France.
EH Group was one of two final companies selected by SNAM to participate in their inaugural program. The HyAccelerator is Snam’s unique international program to boost ideas, innovators and technologies that will lead the hydrogen revolution towards a sustainable future.
Solar Impulse EFFICIENT SOLUTION.
EH Group's innovative fuel cell technology has been named a Solar Impulse EFFICIENT SOLUTION. In collaboration with renowned institutions, Solutions applying to the Label must go through a neutral and certified methodology based on the 5 following criteria embodied in three themes of Feasibility, Environmental Impact and Profitability.
EH Group was awarded a grant of EUR 1.48M from the European Commission as part of the highly competitive Horizon 2020 Accelerator Pilot (SME Phase II) program to boost the development of our innovative fuel cell technology. The funding is from the European Union’s Horizon research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 945810 – EHSTACK.
European Space Agency BIC
EH Group was competitively selected to join the ESA BIC Switzerland program in May 2019. A two-year collaboration project to develop our FC technology and test it for the rigours of space applications. It allowed us to access the broad resources of the European Space Agency ecosystem of companies & testing facilities to accelerate the development of our technology (e.g. vibration & thermal tests).
EH Group was been selected as part of the 2020 CALSEED cohort, with a grant of $150,000. EH Group is working on applying its innovative fuel cell technology and production process to electrolysers. With market leading power density at a much lower capex, we aim to replicate those competitive advantages to the electrolyser market at time when it is accelerating rapidly
The leading European association working to make Fuel Cell and Hydrogen technologies an everyday reality. Comprising of over 165 key industry members, partners with the European Commission and research community in a public-private partnership, the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU).
European Clean Hydrogen Alliance
Aiming for an ambitious deployment of hydrogen technologies by 2030, bringing together renewable and low-carbon hydrogen production, demand in industry, mobility and other sectors, and hydrogen transmission and distribution. With the alliance, the EU wants to build its global leadership in this domain, to support the EU’s commitment to reach carbon neutrality by 2050.
Alliance for Zero-Emission Aviation
a voluntary initiative of private and public partners who share the objective to prepare the entry into commercial service of hydrogen-powered and electric aircraft.
Cleantech Alps -promotes western Switzerland as European centre of excellence for cleantechnologies, to encourage the development of its companies and researchorganisations.
The Swiss Hydrogen Association HYDROPOLE is thenational network for hydrogen-related matters in Switzerland. HYDROPOLE is aknowledge and information cluster focused on all aspects of past, present andfuture use of hydrogen. HYDROPOLE serves as a platform for research,development, industry and other public or private organizations.
Economic association with over 350 members focused on climate protection. Together they aim to mobilise political and societal action to meet our objective of CO2 neutrality by 2050.