EFC21 presentation of Dynamic modelling of SWITCH LSM

Our researcher Michele Bolognese presented today at  European Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Conference (EFC21) the results of the experimental validation of the SWITCH Large Stack Module. The results of the dynamic modelling of the Reversible Stack Module and of the External Reformer were validated by the experimental activities performed in Fondazione Bruno Kessler – FBK […]


What is the state of the art of R&D on Electrolysers for Clean Hydrogen production in Europe? Luigi Crema presented the development activities of the SWITCH Project at the Programme Review Days 2021 organized by Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU). The project goals is to design, construct and test a novel system prototype for “mostly green, […]

PIME Workshop : a roadmap for an hydrogen economy in energy and transport in Poland

The SWITCH project has been presented in the online workshop “Hydrogen in power combined heat and power energy -intensive industry and agriculture”. The workshop has been organised by the PIME Knowledge Academy , which is promoting knowledge exchange to develop a hydrogen economy in energy and transport in Poland. During the workshop, Matteo Testi (FBK) presented the talk “Reversible […]

MODVAL 17 Symposium

EPFL organizes the 17th edition of the MODVAL Symposium on Modeling and Experimental Validation of Electrochemical Energy Technologies.  Taking place yearly in March/April, it alternates locations mostly between Switzerland and Germany, and is hosted by a local academic institution.  The focus of the 17th edition is to present advances in modelling and in experimental work for model validation, for […]

Third project meeting

The 3rd project meeting has been organized online on the 14th of January 2021. All the partners presented their activities and provided evidence of the work performed over the last six months. Fortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic has not impacted on the initial activities for SWITCH. The prelimany testing activities on the stack and the LSM […]

Matteo Testi receives young scientist award

Our Researcher Matteo Testi from FBK – Italy has been awarded the “Young Scientist” Prize at the European Hydrogen Week 2020. Testi has been awarded for his research in the field of hydrogen mobility and transport. In the SWITCH project, Testi is working on the control strategy of the system.  Discover more on Testi’s research […]

Second project meeting

The second project meeting of the SWITCH Consortium took place on the 26th of June 2020. The project was hold online and it was focused on the design and modelling activities performed by EPFL. The first deliverables have bee published. The deliverables report the activities performed in the first six months on the preliminary system […]

Kick-off Meeting

The SWITCH project has been kicked off at Shell Technology Centre Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Representatives of the seven partners organizations met to present the project plan, roles and responsibility in the development of the SWITCH system prototype. The SWITH project will exploit the results of the CH2P project to build a system operating in […]