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Become a HyER Member

To find out more on HyER’s activities, please read the information document.

To become a member of HyER, please complete and return to the Secretariat the application form. ..read more

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HyER Brussels Office

House of Cities, Municipalities and Regions ..read more

Aiming HyER

HyER, the European Association for Hydrogen and fuel cells and Electro-mobility in  European  Regions  (formally  HyRaMP),  was  established  in  collaboration  with  the  EU Commission  in  2008.  HyER  supports  the  deployment  and  uptake  of  hydrogen  and  fuel  cell technologies  and  electro-mobility  in  Europe  to  contribute  positively  to  carbon  dioxide  emissions reduction,  environment  protection  as  well  as  economic  growth  and  employment.    HyER is representing over 30 regions and cities in Europe.
Through the active monitoring and collecting of current project results and industrial developments and  as  partner  in  several  EU  projects  for  dissemination  and  communication,  HyER seeks  to develop  fact-based  policy  at  EU,  national  and  local  level  to  establish  robust  local  deployment channels and a first customer base. For this purpose HyER is currently facilitating the development of  a  European  wide  electro-mobility  monitoring  facility  to  collect  data  and  experiences  of  electric mobility projects throughout Europe.

Electromobility,  as  understood  by  industry  and  utilities,  comprises  battery  electric  as  well  as  hydrogen/fuel  cell  powered  vehicles  and  the  relevant  infrastructure  needed  for  the  supply  with energy. Both propulsion technologies offer complementary transport solutions but have many elements in common.  HyER  is  therefore  actively  seeking  to  support  the  deployment  of  the  full range  of  electric  transport  solutions,  battery  eletric  as  well  as  fuel  cell  electric  cars  and  buses, leveraging  budgets  and  links  to  clean  energy  networks  to  ensure  sustainable  market  and infrastructure build-up. ..read more
Posted under HyER Newsletter 04/2012

HyER Mission

The Association provides its members, i.e. the European Regions and Municipalities,  with a representative body that can be coherent, distinguishable and influential towards all relevant stakeholders and decision-makers at both public and private level.

The Association allows its Members to play a key role in the implementation of strategies that aim for the uptake of hydrogen, fuel cells and electric mobility. ..read more

Posted under HyER Newsletter 04/2012

HyER Statutes

The HyER_Statutes contain the following sections:

A. Constitution, Objectives & Functions
B. Definitions
C. Membership, Representation
D. Organisation ..read more

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HyER Board 2013-2014

 

Andreas Ziolek, North Rhine Westphalia, HyER chair
Javier Navarro, Region of Aragon, HyER vice-chair
Davide Damosso, Region Piemonte, HyER vice-chair
Pontus Linberg, Scandinavian Regions
Alexandra Van Huffelen, City of Rotterdam
Kit Malthouse, City of London
Heinrich Klingenberg, City of Hamburg
Jean Marc Pastor, Region Midi Pyrenées
Jean Francois Macaire, Region of Poiteau Charantes ..read more

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