A national research programme and collaboration
HyDelta aims to take away the technical and scientific barriers that prevent a large-scale implementation of the hydrogen economy in the Netherlands.
Participants in the programme are DNV, Gasunie, Kiwa, New Energy Coalition, Netbeheer Nederland, TKI Nieuw Gas and TNO. HyDelta focuses on an integrated research approach to solutions for the research questions in the area of transport of hydrogen in the existing natural gas infrastructure. This is done to accelerate the widespread adoption of hydrogen as an energy carrier for different applications. The HyDelta consortium is currently working on several aspects of hydrogen application: from research about safety and feasibility to education and policy research, focused in the Netherlands.
- De eerste fase van het HyDelta project loopt ten einde. In het afgelopen anderhalf jaar hebben wij met het consortium veel onderzoek verricht. Het onderzoek richtte […]
- D31: Development of standards for hydrogen (De Laat, Hans) D4.1 Requirements for technical personnel and advice for reinforcing education (Van Greuningen, Suzanne)
- D1E.1 Impact of high speed hydrogen flow on system integrity and noise (González Díez, N.; van Lier, L.; Belfroid, S.; Meijer, I.) D1C.2: Tightness of distribution pipes (Kooiman, Arie; Lueb, […]
- D1C.1a Entry of air into a hydrogen pipeline in case of a pipe rupture (Lueb, Sander)
- On Tuesday, 7 December we will present an update of our research results. You are welcome to join the webinar! In this HyDelta Plenary Progress Meeting […]