The eGHOST project seeks a sustainable design that minimises the economic, environmental and social impacts of hydrogen systems throughout their life cycle. An international consortium in which the Hidrógeno Aragón Foundation participates and led by the Madrid-based research institute IMDEA Energía
The pioneering eGHOST project in Europe will develop reference guidelines for the eco-design of hydrogen technologies.
The international consortium, led by the Madrid-based research institute IMDEA Energía, will define eco-design principles and improve the understanding of hydrogen systems as a sustainable investment. eGHOST guides sustainable design that minimises the economic, environmental and social impacts of hydrogen
The European Commission considers green hydrogen central to meeting its commitment to achieve a carbon-neutral and circular economy by 2050. To this end, Europe wants to accelerate the use of hydrogen-based technologies. These technologies will allow it to decarbonise economic