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Composition and function of the Committees

The composition of the AeH2 committees is explained in the table below, with the name of the committee coordinators marked in bold. The activities carried out by each committee are also explained.

Strategy Committee

ENTITY CONTACT
H2B2 Electrolysis Technologies
Mr Javier Brey Sánchez
INTA
Mr Antonio González García-Conde
Mr Miguel Antonio Peña Jiménez
Government of Aragon
Department of Economy, Industry and Employment
Mr Carlos Javier Navarro Espada
Mr Juan Ramón Ocho Ortelano
Aragon H2 Foundation
Mr Fernando Palacín Arizón 

Activities: The following are the activities carried out by this committee.

1.- Information:

  • Coordinate the distribution of the information to members and non-members:

To members:

  • First level: define criteria for distributing information received at the AeH2 Technical Secretariat.
  • Second level: Informational bulletin for members.

To non-members: define criteria for determining which information should be provided to non-members if they request it. 

 2.- Dissemination: 

  • AeH2 website:AeH2’s public website, pursuant to the Association’s purpose and objectives.
  • AeH2’s public image:.

National Coordinating Committee

ENTIDAD CONTACTO
H2B2 Electrolysis Technologies
Mr Javier Brey Sánchez
Air Liquide
Mr Fernando Grau Martí
Government of Aragon
Department of Economy, Industry and Employment
Mr Carlos Javier Navarro Espada
Mr Juan Ramón Ocho Ortelano
Carburos Metálicos
Mr Carles Pallé Caminal
CIDAUT Foundation
Mr Francisco V. Tinaut Fluixá


Activities
: The following are the activities of this committee: 

 1. To establish and maintain contacts with the various administrations (national and regional), and national institutions and associations, to increase the level of coordination between different entities.

 2. This committee coordinates its work with the Spanish Platform for Hydrogen Technology and Fuel Cells (PTE HPC) in developing an Action Plan for promoting hydrogen and fuel cell technologies to public administrations. One of the priorities shall be to establish the most direct line of communication possible with the autonomous governments both at the political level as wells as through energy agencies or equivalent. The first step toward achieving coordination shall be a process of disseminating information to the administrations.

3. Through its relationships with regional and national administrations, this committee shall be responsible for identifying financial aid programmes (related to the organization of events, dissemination of information, promotional activities and the preparation of publicity materials, the creation and maintenance of websites, and aspects related to regulations and standards, etc.) that may benefit AeH2, and to inform AeH2 members about financial support that they may receive.

 4. This committee shall plan the events that AeH2 should organize, and shall decide which national events the association should participate in. Regarding the events resulting from the annual Activities Plan, this committee shall ensure that the established timetable is met and that the person responsible for organizing them respects the Association’s objectives (recommendations for the members and control of the providers responsible for carrying out the events). This committee shall evaluate the events in which AeH2 participates and the way in which it participates (giving a talk, sponsoring, exhibiting, attending, etc.). Moreover, the committee shall be informed about the events in which AeH2 may be interested in participating without having received a prior invitation (GENERA, science weeks, conventions, conferences, etc.), and evaluate the way it participates in the event.

International Coordination Committee

ENTIDAD CONTACTO
H2B2 Electrolysis Technologies
Mr Javier Brey Sánchez
INTA
Mr Antonio González García-Conde
Aragon H2 Foundation
Mr Fernando Palacín Arizón

ActivitiesThe following are the activities for which this committee is responsible:

  • To establish and maintain contact with the EHA, EC-HFP, IEA and non-Spanish institutions and associations. The objective is to establish a coordination plan to improve Spain’s position in intranational and international institutions.
  • Since the AeH2 is a member of the European Hydrogen Association (EHA), this committee shall provide indications to the AeH2 representative regarding guidelines, voting decisions and similar matters, and channel the information received, depending on its characteristics, to the Board of Directors, institutional members or all members.
  • If international agencies seek AeH2’s participation to explain the Spanish perspective in a certain forum and a representative has yet to be named, the committee shall recommend the expert it deems appropriate to carry out this task in each situation.
  • To select the most important information from international activities (EC-HFP, IEA, etc.) to be distributed within the AeH2.
  • To identify financial aid programmes at the international level that could benefit AeH2 and its members.
  • Identify, gather and distribute information to AeH2members about Framework 7 educational programmes.
  • To select quality documents related to hydrogen and fuel cell technologies with the aim of making them available to AeH2 members.

Scientific and Technology Coordination Committee

ENTIDAD CONTACTO
CIEMAT
Mr Juan Otero Becerra
CNH2
Ms Lourdes Rodríguez Mayor
Gas Natural SDG
Mr Antoni Julià Sirvent
CIDAUT Foundation
Mr Francisco V. Tinaut Fluixá

The following are this committee’s tasks at the scientific level:

1.To study the most efficient way to inventory national research groups involved with hydrogen and fuel cell technology, establish communication channels between them and with companies, and for purposes of detecting areas of work in which to carry out activities.

2.Identify groups of experts on subjects indirectly related to hydrogen, such as renewable energies.

3.Identify and select documents and scientific publications on the most important projects with the aim of conveying the information to Association members. 

The committee shall carry out the following tasks at the technological level:

4.To promote better use of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies with a clear orientation toward engineering and business. To do this, it shall identify the major obstacles to the generalized use of these technologies, seeking solutions in each case to remove these technological barriers (via projects and new developments) and economic barriers (studying the need to establish subsidies and determine their structure and amount), and in relation to safety and regulations (supervising the work of the AENOR CTN 181 committee).

5.To conduct technological evaluations of the patent information received at the AeH2.

6.It is agreed that this committee shall be responsible for organizing AeH2’s participation in technical meetings, selecting the most appropriate AeH2 member to participate in a specific technical discussion.

7.To draft press releases within a short time (1 or 2 days) and review the press releases prepared by the AeH2 technical secretariat. “Press releases” include those requested by the news media and those that may be sent by the committee in reply to the ever increasing news reports about hydrogen and fuel cells.

 

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News

6 September 2016

The Spanish Hydrogen Association and Toyota join forces to boost fuel cell vehicles

The Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) and Toyota Spain have signed an agreement through which both sides committed themselves to work jointly for the promotion of the hydrogen and fuel cells sector development in Spain and to promote the boost of a society based on hydrogen.

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10 August 2016

The AeH2 releases the WHEC 2016 Outcomes Report

The AeH2 has published an overview of the WHEC 2016 results which shows the achievements of what can be considered an extraordinary World Hydrogen Energy Conference edition. 

Download the Outcomes Report of WHEC 2016

 

12 November 2015

The AeH2 has edited a new press release with the novelty of WHEC 2016

The WHEC 2016 organisation is progressing rapidly thanks to the great deal of time and effort invested in it. Thus, the AeH2 has edited a new press release compiling all the information currently available about WHEC 2016.

Download the latest press release