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eGHOST will be the first milestone for the development of eco-design criteria in the European hydrogen sector. This project will develop two specific guidelines for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen products (FCH): PEMFC and SOE. The lessons learned will be integrated

The first live chat of the eGHOST project was held on 9 December. The aim of the event was to make the project known to society and to create an interactive space where all stakeholders could ask questions related to

eGHOST project has been awarded in the 'Best Success Story' category of the Hydrogen Week Awards, organised by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) in the framework of the European Hydrogen Week held from 29 November to

eGHOST will develop eco-design guidelines for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen systems to minimise the economic, environmental and social impacts throughout their life cycle. The eGHOST project will improve the understanding of hydrogen systems by incorporating a novel triple-impact decision-making approach