Monday November 20 the first plenary meeting of the CertifHy Stakeholder Platform took place in Brussels, with considerable interest from the European industry.
In the CertifHy project the consortium HINICIO, ECN, GREXEL, LBST and TÜV SÜD have joined hands to bring a Europe-wide green and low carbon hydrogen. GO scheme closer to implementation financed by the FCH JU. GO stands for (Green Hydrogen) Guarantee of Origin.
The Stakeholder Platform gathers all relevant and interested stakeholders to the GO scheme meets producer and user expectations and barriers and gaps in regulations and standards are addressed.
Four thematic working groups composing the Stakeholder Platform will contribute to the development of the GO scheme and provide recommendations for the GO scheme pilot.
The working groups and the four pilot projects (among which the hydrogen installation of Colruyt in Halle) on which the GO scheme will be tested, were presented.
HydrogenNet has been elected as a chair of the working group related to "Guarantee of Origin commercialization and use". This working group will study the requirements and opportunities of GOs from a user perspective.
As a member of the working group HydrogenNet is also a member of the steering group of the project. This gives you the opportunity to get more insights in the project development and involvement of the HydrogenNet partners in this strategically important project.