Funded by the European association FCH JU, the HyResponse project enabled the development of a theoretical and operational training program on Hydrogen risk for stationary and electromobility applications. This project, coordinated by ENSOSP (the French Academy for Fire, Rescue and Civil Protection Officers), based in Aix-en-Provence, is a training tool dedicated to operators exposed to hydrogen as well as the firemen. It also participates to the social acceptance of Hydrogen.
HELION Hydrogen Power, thanks to its expertise in hydrogen safety, led the design works and managed the building of the platform.
Partners: ENSOSP, AIR LIQUIDE, University of Ulster, Fast, CCS global group, Crise.
With financial support of: FCH JU (Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking)