HyET Hydrogen has participated in multiple EU-funded research programs. We are currently active in several EU projects:
HyET Hydrogen participates in the Waterstof in stroomversnelling project. The main objective is to accelerate the roll-out of high-quality infrastructure for hydrogen-driven mobility in the East of the Netherlands.
HyET Hydrogen participates in the CONVERGE project
The key objective of the HyGrid project is the design, scale-up and demonstration at industrially relevant conditions a novel membrane based hybrid technology for the direct separation of hydrogen from natural gas grids.
The BioMates project aspires in combining innovative 2nd generation biomass conversion technologies for the cost-effective production of bio-based intermediates (BioMates) that can be further upgraded in existing oil refineries as renewable and reliable co-feedstocks.
Membrane based Purification of Hydrogen System, or MEMPHYS, aims to develop a hydrogen purification system to reuse hydrogen from different industrial sources.
The PurifHy project was funded by the Dutch government (TKI Gas) and aimed at enabling to inject renewable methane into the Dutch gas grid.