Expected and Achieved Results

On this page you can find the project's expected and achieved results (deliverables).

WP1 Project Management and Coordination

Expected / Achieved results:

D1.1 – Quality management and knowledge management plan
D1.2 – Data Management Plan
D1.3 – Annual reporting for the Clean Hydrogen JU – M15
D1.4 – Midterm publishable summary report
D1.5 – Annual reporting for the Clean Hydrogen JU – M27
D1.6 – Annual reporting for the Clean Hydrogen JU – M39
D1.7 – Final publishable summary report

WP2 Redox-Mediators

Expected / Achieved results:

D2.1 – Theoretical calculations
D2.2 – Synthesis of mediators
D2.3 – Large scale synthesis of mediators


WP3 Bipolar Membrane

Expected / Achieved results:

D3.1 – Fluorine-free PEM and PEI
D3.2 – Fluorine and CRM free BPM
D3.3 – Long-term performance and characterization

WP4 Electrode design and optimization

Expected / Achieved results:

D4.1 – Charge transfer kinetics
D4.2 – Optimal electrode design
D4.3 – Electrode fabrication and delivery for WP5 and WP6

WP5 Single cell REDHy prototype development and validation

Expected / Achieved results:

D5.1 – Heterogeneous catalysts development
D5.2 – Heterogeneous catalysts scaling-up
D5.3 – MEA engineering for zero-gap cell
D5.4 – Performance and stability of the water electrolysis single cell-prototype

WP6 REDHy System

Expected / Achieved results:

D6.1 – Design of novel REDHy Stack
D6.2 – REDHy System
D6.3 – Performance of REDHy System
D6.4 – Long-term stability of REDHy system

WP7 Life Cycle and Technoeconomical Assessment

Expected / Achieved results:

D7.1 – Preliminary LCA of REDHy system
D7.2 – TEA of REDHy system
D7.3 – Integrated environmental and techno-economic assessment of the scaled up technology

WP8 Dissemination and Exploitation

Expected / Achieved results:

D8.1 – Project’s corporate identity
D8.2 – Plan for DEC activities
D8.3 – Updated plan for exploitation
D8.4 – Final exploitation plan

Project progress

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