The project will be aligned with the call by enhancing the collaborations between Europe and
Japan in the development of sustainable hydrogen technology, with the purpose to develop
more efficient, more reliable, and lower-cost hydrogen-based technologies with a
The project aims to address system modelling and analysis issues in clean hydrogen
production and storage, more specifically in the analysis of uncertainties that can impact social,
economic, and environmental sustainability of hybrid renewable energies powered (HREP)
hydrogen production and fuelling facilities Attentions are paid to newly risk-based
performance and degradation models for dealing with fluctuations, unexpecting events, and
other complexities brought by HREP, to prevent and mitigate accidents, build organizational
safety culture and procedures, better communicate with the public, and identify optimal
operational modes for increasing the feasibility of HREP hydrogen stations.
This cross-sectoral project includes multilateral participations of technical and social
sciences from 4 European partner countries (Norway, Spain, Poland, and Turkey) and Japan.
By establishing a research network including jointly online- and onsite seminars and mobility,
a common risk-based framework will be explored for covering technical, organisational, social,
and economic topics to build a better society involving with hydrogen.