HHYGCEL research identifies new value chains arising from the development of a new P2X market and studies how the supporting electricity- and hydrogen infrastructure should be built in an optimal way in Finland.
Climate change mitigation actions and the rapid technology development enable the transition from fossil fuels to green energy. The most significant driver of change will be the production of green electricity and hydrogen. This change is driven by regulation and the economy and requires changes in infrastructure.
Implementing the change requires proactive action in a timely manner. The project Hydrogen and Carbon Value Chains in Green Electrification, HYGCEL, investigates this transition at the system level.
1.8.2021 – 31.5.2024
- Identify new value chains arising from the development of a new P2X market and propose the ones optimal for Finland.
- Study how electricity and hydrogen –based infrastructure should be built in an optimal way in Finland and give guidance for constructing that.
- LUT Univesity, LUT
- Tampere University, TAU
- University of Eastern Finland, UEF
Consortium members with their own parallel research
- Sumitomo SHI FW Energy
- Gasgrid Finland
- Vaasa ETT
Companies supporting public research with direct financial support
Companies supporting public research with their in-kind contribution
- 5th Innovation
- Hannes Snellman