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Mobilis 2008 - TR3 : Environment Park and the Piemonte Hydrogen System (SPH2)

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Support utilisé lors de la table ronde 3 : "Hydrogène City" lors des rencontres Mobilis 2008 (Belfort 18&19 nov 08). Intervenant : Davide Damosso (Environnement PARK)

Support utilisé lors de la table ronde 3 : "Hydrogène City" lors des rencontres Mobilis 2008 (Belfort 18&19 nov 08). Intervenant : Davide Damosso (Environnement PARK)

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  • 1. Environment Park and the Piemonte Hydrogen System (SPH2) Davide Damosso Environment Park R&D Director
  • 2. Environment Park A Tech. Park devoted to clean technologies
    • EP is a research and innovation centre : a space in which SMEs, Research Bodies and start up companies share services and equipments, join for new initiatives and develop new projects.
    • In 2002, Environment Park S.p.A., set up a laboratory based on hydrogen technologies called Hydrogen System Lab (HySyLab). Today, the Lab is recognized as a centre of excellence in this field and works as a coordination centre of the Piemonte Hydrogen System.
  • 3. Hydrogen and FC activities – The strategy
    • The regional strategy to promote the development of H2 and FC technology has been conceived following three
    • main streams:
    • and FC activities – The strategy
    • R&D and demonstration projects
    • Technology transfer and innovation activities
    • Networking and connection with framework programs
  • 4. R&D and demo projects – Urban mobility
    • EU funded projects:
  • 5. R&D and demo projects: stationary and early markets
    • EU funded projects:
  • 6. Hydrogen production and distribution
    • Hydrogen generation via anaerobic digestion of organic materials
    • Clean hydrogen generation via electrolysis from minihydropower plant
    • Urban refueling station up to 350 bars
  • 7. Technology Transfer and innovation The hydrogen cluster SPH2
  • 8. Technology Transfer and innovation The hydrogen cluster SPH2
    • More than 100 SMEs (out of 500) audited to scout the potential interest to enter the sector
    • 23 “not H2-related” companies involved into demo projects connected to components
    • 40 companies joined the recently launched regional INNOVATION POLE on Hydrogen and FC
  • 9. Networking
    • Key point to align local initiatives with EU strategies
    • Crucial importance of the role of Regions into the JTI process
    • JTI MAIP as a guideline for local planning
    • Crucial role of networking regarding RCS issues
    • Regional partnerships: LPHP, HyRaMP
  • 10. Networking A chance to leverage local efforts
    • Regional investments integrated with EU programs to complete the funding framework allowing wider results
    • Pooling of procurement as a key factor to foster the deployment of vehicles (Bus Alliance for public transportation)
    • Lombardia and Piemonte Hydrogen Partnership (LPHP) wants to be candidate to host in Southern Europe aLarge Demonstration Project on Hydrogen and FC mobility
  • 11.
    • Thank you for your attention
    • Davide Damosso
    • [email_address]