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JRC has been performing a large number of studies and technical reports, supporting the activities of FCH 2 JU. Below you can find the reports performed for or complementary to FCH 2 JU activities. A full list of JRC publications can be found in the EU Science Hub.

1EU harmonised terminology for hydrogen generated by electrolysisFollowing the collaborative effort between European partners from industry, R&D organisations and academia participating in FCH 2 JU funded projects, the JRC has finalised the EU harmonised terminology for hydrogen generated by electrolysis.2021
2Historical Analysis of FCH 2 JU Electrolyser ProjectsAnalysis of the performance of FCH 2 JU electrolyser projects (mainly Alkaline, PEM and Solid Oxide) against the overall Programme Targets for electrolysers.2021
3Historical Analysis of FCH 2 JU Stationary Fuel Cell ProjectsThis report considers the performance of projects against the overall FCH2JU programme targets for stationary Fuel Cells(FCs), using quantitative values of Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for assessment2021
4Guidelines for Programme-level Target SettingThis document provides guidance for selecting and defining Key Performance Indicators (KPI) necessary to evaluate the progress of the Work Programme towards meeting its key objectives.2020
5Workshop on Lifecycle analysis of Fuel Cell and H2 TechnologiesThis report provides a summary of the main outcomes of a workshop on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for Fuel Cells and H2 Technologies organised by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) and the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (JRC).2020
6Keyword Analysis and Project Classification of FCH 2 JU Projects. An overview of the methodology plus selected dataThis report assess keywords to determine relationships between funding and the different activities of the Joint Undertaking, for example to visualise trends in the funding for particular technologies or applications.2019
7Global deployment of large capacity stationary fuel cells. Drivers of, and barriers to, stationary fuel cell deploymentThe study attempts to identify some key factors influencing deployment and to relate them to the trends observed in specific countries/regions2019
8Life Cycle Assessment of Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies. Inventory of Work performed by Projects funded under FCH JUThis report provides an overview of the progress achieved so far and a comprehensive analysis on Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for various hydrogen technologies and processes2019
9EU harmonised terminology for low-temperature water electrolysis for energy-storage applicationsThis report presents a comprehensive and harmonised compendium of various terminology terms which are encountered in low-temperature water electrolysis for energy storage applications2019
10EU harmonised polarisation curve test method for low-temperature water electrolysisThis reports on the polarisation curve measurement, as a basic test method used to characterise low-temperature water electrolysis (WE) single cells and stacks at specified operating conditions (temperature, T and pressure, p)2018
11EU harmonised cyclic voltammetry test method for low-temperature water electrolysis single cellsThis report sets the procedure for a general characterisation method that is used in research and development of the LTWE single cells2018
12EU harmonised test procedure: electrochemical impedance spectroscopy for water electrolysis cellsThis report sets the test procedure for ectrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS), as is a suitable and powerful diagnostic method for polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolysis cells (PEMWE), anion-exchange membrane water electrolysis cells (AEMWE) and alkaline electrolysis cells (AWE)2018