The workshop was held on November 7 & 8, 2018
Great Success! Many thanks to all the participants
All the presentations are here (see at the bottom of this page)
The workshop was dedicated to the hydrogen community, industries and R&D communities at the cutting-edge of the technologies for hydrogen production, distribution, storage, gas analyzers and fuel cells manufacturers and OEM in the automotive sector and standardization developing organizations who are keen to promote the hydrogen energy sector.
The main objective of the workshop was to highlight the results of the European metrology project Hydrogen aiming at:
- addressing standardization needs on hydrogen purity, analytical methods
- developing and validating traceable methods for measuring the hydrogen mass absorbed in metal hydrid storage tanks
- Introduction to the EMPIR Metrology Research Programme: Presentation of the Hydrogen project – F Haloua, LNE
- The role of Voluntary Standardization – ME Crozet, AFNOR
- Training session: Hydrogen purity measurements according to ISO 14687-2 and risk assessment for fuel cells – T Bacquart, NPL & F Auprêtre, AREVAH2Gen
- Training session: Analytical methods review for hydrogen quality control according to ISO standards – O Büker, RISE & M Carré, Air Liquide
- Training session: Mass measurements of H2 absorbed in metal hydrides and revised ISO16111 – D Perreux, MAHYTEC
- Paris Innovation Campus – H Chevrel, VP R&D Europe Air Liquide
- Towards sustainability: The current status and future outlook of fuel cell vehicles in Toyota – V Mattelaer, Toyota
- Standards to promote hydrogen mobility – H Barthélémy, CEN TC 268 Chair
- Sampling and analysis of hydrogen from refuelling stations in Europe – TA Aarhaug, SINTEF
- How to ensure H2 quality without increasing H2 analysis cost? – M Carré, Air Liquide
- Impact of key impurities on fuel cell degradation – I Profatilova, CEA
- Risk assessment of impurities in hydrogen for fuel cells – M Carré, Air Liquide & F Auprêtre, AREVAH2Gen
- Impurities found in real hydrogen production samples – T Bacquart, NPL
- Analytical method development for the most challenging impurities – S Persijn, VSL
Probability of occurrence of ISO 14687-2 contaminants in hydrogen: Principles and examples from steam methane reforming and electrolysis (water and chlor-alkali) production processes model by T. Bacquart, A. Murugan, M. Carré, B. Gozlan, F. Auprêtre, F. Haloua and T.A. Aarhaug
Article downloadable here
27-29 March 2019: Hydrogen Days 2019 where latest results of the project will be disseminated.
18-20 June 2019: Gas Analysis Symposium (GAS 2019) in The Hague (Netherlands) where at least one presentation will be performed on hydrogen analysis and impurity measurements. The abstract is available here.
June 2017: Hydrogen quality assurance of fuel cell hydrogen – Measuring and understanding accurately impurity effects presented by NPL at the HYdrogen POwer THeoretical and Engineering Solutions International Symposium, HYPOTHESIS XII in Syracusa, Italy.
July 2017: Project outputs released at the 7th World Hydrogen Technology Convention in Prague. At this occasion, two oral presentations and a poster have been given by NPL and LNE in the transportation systems and cross cutting issues sessions.
September 2017: Latest status of the project has been presented at the International Metrology Congress in Paris in September 2017. LNE and CEM presented their work in the Energy session. Abstracts are available here.
September 2017: NPL detailed at the 19th International Conference on Hydrogen Energy and Technologies in Rome the newly sulphur speciation method developed at NPL for the analysis of the sulphur-containing compounds. The abstract of NPL’s presentation is available here. Sam Bartlett from NPL’s Gas and Particle Metrology Group won the best presentation award at this conference.
February 2018: Industrial Analysis Exhibition 2018 at Paris, La Défense. Our collaborator AP2E was at the exhibition booth and organized a workshop session bringing together Air Liquide and LNE: Which analytical methods for hydrogen purity control to support the development of the fuel cells market.
March 2018: Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Technical Conference 2018 in Birmingham, UK. CEA presented the results of impact of trace concentrations of NH3 in hydrogen on PEM fuel cell performance under automotive load cycling.
May 2018: 4th plenary meeting of GdR 3652 du CNRS HySPàC Grenoble (France). CEA presented impact of impurities (HCl and NH3) in PEMFC.
PACEEP 8 : The impact of trace concentrations of NH3 and HCl in hydrogen on polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell performance under automotive load cycling, Irina Profatilova, Marie Heitzmann and Pierre-André Jacques from CEA-LITEN.
June 2018: 9th International Conference on Hydrogen Technologies, in Prague. CEM metrology activities on hydrogen within EMPIR projects were presented in a poster Hydrogen Metrology: Hydrogen quality specification for fuel cell vehicles.
June 2018: 22nd World Hydrogen Energy Conference – WHEC in Rio de Janeiro. FHA and LNE presented newest results of the project.
September 2018: TERMO2018, 16-18 September, A Coruña, Spain. CEM gave a talk (in Spanish) on hydrogen purity research study for fuel cell system: Metrología del hidrogeno: requerimientos de pureza para su uso en vehículos de pila de combustible
November 2018: An international workshop was organised at Air Liquide new premises. Information available here!
February 2019: CEA presented at the 8th FDFC conference the impact of HCl and C4Cl4F6 on PEMFC performance. The title is “PEM fuel cell performance in presence of trace concentrations of HCl and C4Cl4F6 in hydrogen under automotive load cycling” and the abstract is available here.
AP2E is a top expertise company that designs, manufactures and markets taylor-made gas analysers with among others the ProCeas method for hydrogen impurities analysis and is obviously collaborator of the hydrogen project.
Newletter n° 5 March 2017 available here.