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
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
HyER Brussels Office
House of Cities, Municipalities and Regions ..read more
To find out more on HyER’s activities, please read the information document.
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 35 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. ..read moreHyER Newsletter 04/2012
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 moreHyER Newsletter 04/2012
The HyER_Statutes contain the following sections:
A. Constitution, Objectives & Functions
C. Membership, Representation
D. Organisation ..read more