Hydrogen TCP Reports

Case Studies Search

Task 18

California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP)

Adam Gromis (CaFCP), Thomas H. Schucan (IEA Hydrogen Program)

The CAFCP is a pioneering government industry collaborative cost shared project. The CAFCP is also working in California to demonstrate and promote the potential for fuel cell powered electric vehicles.

Download PDF here

Compressed Hydrogen Infrastructure Program (CH2IP)

Joe Wong (Powertech Labs Inc)

February, 2005

The goal of the Compressed Hydrogen Infrastructures Program is to demonstrate the technical feasibility of hydrogen infrastructures for both transportation and power generation markets

Download PDF here

Ecological City Transport System (ECTOS)

Maria H. Maack (Icelandic New Energy), Thomas H. Schucan (IEA Hydrogen Implementing Agreement)

January 2006

Icelandic New Energy, under the general management of Jon Björn Skulason began preparation for a demonstration project, which sought financial support from the Fifth Framework Programme of the European Union (EU). The project was called ECTOS (Ecological City Transport System).

Download PDF here

EPACOP - Pem Fuel Cells in Real Conditions

David LE NOC, Stephane LE DOZE, Charles-Emile HUBERT – GAZ de France

March, 2007

The objective of the EPACOp project (Expérimentation de 5 Piles A Combustible sur sites OPérationnels) was to test in real conditions five fuel cell units based on Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) technology for residential and commercial applications.

Download PDF here

Fuel Cell Innovative Remote Energy System for Telecom (FIRST)

Maria del Pilar Argumosa (INTA), Thomas H. Schucan (IEA Hydrogen Implementing Agreement)


The main objective of the project “Fuel cell Innovative Remote energy System for Telecom” (FIRST) is the evaluation of the introduction of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies into renewable power systems for remote telecom applications. The goals are to improve power availability while demonstrating reductions in cost and size compared to conventional solar power systems.

Download PDF here

Grimstad Renewable Energy Park

Torstein Våland, Willy Bartholdsen, Morten Ottestad, Magne Våge


The intention of the partnership agreement was to improve the competence of the partners in renewable energy technologies other than electricity, which has been their main focus up to now. The aim of the Energy park is to demonstrate for the public.
Download PDF here

Hamburg Hydrogen Fleet W.E.I.T.

Oliver Weinmann, Stefan Zisler (Hamburger Wasserstoff-Agentur)

The aim of the project is to further develop the various aspects of introducing hydrogen into our traffic system by means of small-scale pilot projects.

Download PDF here

Honda Solar Hydrogen Refueling Station

Honda is working towards making the hydrogen-powered society of the future a reality by studying the entire process of hydrogen production, storage and supply, including investigation of technologies that will reduce the level of carbon dioxide that is emitted in the hydrogen production process.

Download PDF here

Hydrogen And Renewables Integration (HARI)

Rupert Gammon, Amitava Roy, John Barton, Matthew Little
CREST (Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology), Loughborough University, UK

March, 2006

This demonstration project comprises the design, implementation and operation of a hydrogen energy storage system that has been added to an existing renewable energy (RE) system at West Beacon Farm, Leicestershire, UK.

Download PDF here

Hydrogen Fuel Cell Truck

Thomas Schucan, Jacob Hansen
February 2007

H2 Truck is a complete hydrogen vehicle concept, including a vehicle and a hydrogen filling station, both CE certified and ready to plug in. It represents Europe’s first batch-produced hydrogen vehicle, the first vehicle of its kind to be ready on a commercial market for customers that are interested in demonstrating the new hydrogen technologies.

Download PDF here

Hydrogen Fueled Buses: the Bavarian Fuel Cell Bus Project

Christian Gruber (MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG, Munich), Reinhold Wurster (L-B-Systemtechnik GmbH, Ottobrunn)

The goal of the project was to build and operate a prototype fuel-cell powered city bus in public revenue service.

Download PDF here

Hydrogen Project At Munich Airport

Wolfgang Burmeister (ARGEMUC)

This report summarizes the Hydrogen Project at Munich Airport.

Download PDF here

Stand-Alone Energy Systems based on Hydrogen Production

Tapan K. Bose, Kodjo Agbossou, Mohan Kolhe (Institut de recherche sur l’hydrogène; Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, Canada)

The RE stand-alone system at HRI is operating with two different types of primary renewable energy sources.

Download PDF here

Sunline Clean Fuels Mall

Catherine Rips (SunLine Transit Agency, Thousand Palms, CA), William Clapper and Michael Johnston (SunLine Services Group, Thousand Palms, CA), Carolyn Elam and Thomas H. Schucan ( IEA Hydrogen Program)

This report summarizes the Sunline Clean Fuels Mall. The result is a clean fuel for public and private transportation vehicles.

Download PDF here

Windmill Electrolyser System for Hydrogen Production at Stralsund

Frank Menzi (University of Applied Sciences, DE-18435 Stralsund, Germany)

This report summarizes the Windmill Electrolyser System For Hydrogen Production At Stralsund.

Download PDF here

Zero Emission Buses in Real-World Use

Bruce Rothwell, Venki Raman, James G. Hansel

This report summarizes the Zero – Emission Buses In Real-World Use. As a result of the increasingly serious health dangers posed by urban air pollution, government agencies all

Download PDF here