MetroHyVe presentation on XXII IMEKO World Congress

26 June

Since no methodology currently exists for calibrating flow meters for hydrogen provided by refuelling stations, the MetroHyVe project intends to develop a metrological framework for testing hydrogen meters used to measure the mass of hydrogen dispensed into a fuel cell vehicle from a refuelling station. The subject of work package 1 (Flow metering) will be presented by Marc de Huu at the XXII IMEKO World Congress and is aimed to exchange views and experience with the audience. He will also present about the other MetroHyVe’s topics, such as hydrogen quality. Marc de Huu (METAS) is WP1 leader of MetroHyVe. Marc.deHuu@metas.ch

The event will take place in Belfast from September 3rd till 6th of 2018. More information and registration on the event.

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