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Interdisciplinary centre for Hydrogen Safety and Governance (HySAGO)

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Schematic overview of the research activities in HySAGO

The vision for HySAGO is to establish a globally recognised centre for groundbreaking interdisciplinary research on the safety and governance of hydrogen as an energy carrier in society. The project is a collaboration between University of Bergen (UiB), University of Stavanger (UiS) and University of South-Eastern Norway (USN).

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A car at a hydrogen refuelling station in Paris

Hydrogen

Energy forecasts and strategies predict a significant increase in the use of hydrogen and hydrogen-based fuels as energy carriers in society.

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Vented hydrogen deflagration experiments from the EU project HySEA.

Research goals

The overall objective of HySAGO is to create groundbreaking interdisciplinary knowledge on the safety and governance of hydrogen as an energy carrier in society.

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Collage of individual portraits of the seven principal investigators (PIs) in HySAGO and the logos of the organisations behind the HySAGO initiative.

Partners and people

HySAGO is a collaboration between University of Bergen (UiB), University of Stavanger (UiS) and University of South-Eastern Norway (USN). The principal investigators from UiB are all affiliated with the Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation (CET) at UiB.

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This is a proposed Centre of Excellence – Senter for fremragende forskning – from the University of Bergen.