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Collaborative Activities On Hydrogen Safety under the International Energy Agency’s Hydrogen Implementing

Abstract

In October 2004, the International Energy Agency Hydrogen Implementing Agreement (www.ieahia.org) approved the initiation of a collaborative task on hydrogen safety. During the past twelve months a work plan has been established and several member countries have committed to participate. Because of the nature of the International Energy Agency, which is an international agreement between governments, it is hoped that such collaboration will complement other cooperative efforts to help build the technology base around which codes and standards can be developed. In this way the new task on hydrogen safety will further the IEA Hydrogen Agreement in fulfilling its mission to accelerate the commercial introduction of hydrogen energy. This paper describes the specific scope and work plan for the collaboration that has been developed to date.

Related subjects: Safety
Countries: United States
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2005-09-08
2021-10-24
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