HYACINTH Project is gaining knowledge on social acceptance of Fuel Cell and Hydrogen (FCH) applications among general public and key stakeholders across Europe. Within the last months, the main focus has been on data collection via questionnaires and interviews in the targeted countries (Belgium, Norway, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Slovenia and Spain). These data are being used to examine awareness, familiarity, perception of benefits and costs, global attitude and acceptance of FCH technologies.
In order to engage stakeholders and gain visibility for the future dissemination of results, the project has been presented in several national and international events. The presentations are available in the results area of HYACINTH Project’s website.
Next October 28th-29th, Hyacinth will be present at the Energy and Environment Knowledge Week Congress (E2KW) that will be held in Paris and which is designed to be a multidisciplinary event where it can be discussed cutting-edge research in energy and environment in all possible fields of study.
HYACINTH Project’s next results coming soon
Together with the main findings out of the survey, a Social Acceptance Information Tool Box (SAMT) that supports acceptance on future FCH systems and projects will be presented in a series of Experimental Toolbox sessions organized by HYACINTH.
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