As many vehicle manufacturers rush toward the hydrogen future, they are encouraged by some of the work being done by HYPER, a European consortium with a name contracted from "HYdrogen PERmitting." It consists of 15 partners from France, Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, the Russian Federation, the UK, and the US. The US is represented on HYPER by Sandia National Laboratories. HYPER is focused on small -- 10-kW -- stationary hydrogen fuel cells for such applications as auxiliary power for households. Sandia is working on safety codes and standards for HYPER.
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