European standard for heavy-duty fuel cell modules to be set by the StasHH mission

A consortium of 25 hydrogen-focused organisations will develop the first ever European standard for fuel cell modules integrated into heavy-duty applications such as forklifts, buses, truck, trains and ships.

Launched today (4th Feb), the StasHH mission is comprised of 11 fuel cell module suppliers, nine original equipment manufacturers and five research, test, engineering and/or knowledge institutions.

Together, with €7.5m of funding from the European Union through the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), the group will standardise physical dimensions, flow and digital interfaces, test protocols and safety requirements of the fuel cell models.

“We are proud to support this strategically important project as a major step towards the decarbonisation of the transport sector,” said Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director of the FCH JU.

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