The IEA HIA held a dedicated parallel session at WHEC 2016
on Wednesday 15 June. Operating Agents (OAs) from the following tasks gave presentations:
IEA HIA News Winter 2015/2016
: Announcements include – the Task 28 final report is the subject of this editions Technology Spotlight; COP 21 in Paris reached a monumental climate change agreement; and the IEA HIA participated in REWP’s 4th quarter meeting to deliver an interim report affirming that there is progress with FCEV deployment and infrastructure development.
IEA HIA Keynote at ICHS2015 in Yokohama, Japan
: Trygve U. Riis, former IEA HIA Chairman, delivered a keynote speech on behalf of the IEA HIA on 19 October at the 6th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety. The conference theme was “Policies and Initiatives in Transitioning to a Hydrogen Society.”
Latest PublicationsTask 28 Report:
This report from IEA HIA Task 28
concludes that the main barrier to large-scale introduction of hydrogen and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) is market development rather than technology development. FCEVs are technically ready for commercialization. In the last decade, significant progress has been made toward commercializing hydrogen as an alternative fuel for transport. Hydrogen delivery technologies and pathways --particularly Hydrogen Refueling Stations [HRSs] -- have been demonstrated and tested and are ready for scale-up to build initial networks.
Global Hydrogen Resource Study, final report of Task 30 – Global Hydrogen Systems Analysis Subtask A – Global Hydrogen Resource Analysis:
This report developed the Global Pathways Analysis Tool (GPAT) to calculate least-cost pathways for hydrogen supply in eight participating countries: Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United States.
IEA Technolgy Roadmap, Hydrogen and Fuel Cells:
On 30 June the IEA launched the Technology Roadmap for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells, the last roadmap in the series mandated by the G8 in 2008. The IEA HIA supported preparation of the roadmap from start to finish, hosting the second in the series of three geography –based workshops dedicated to its development.