Open Innovation Test Bed for Electrolysis Materials for Clean Hydrogen Production

Welcome to CLEANHYPRO, a pioneering EU-funded project within the Horizon Europe framework, dedicated to addressing the critical need for efficient and sustainable hydrogen production.

Within the realm of sustainable production, CLEANHYPRO is set to establish an innovative Open Innovation Test Bed (OITB) focused on scaling up circular innovative materials and components for electrolysis.

Our mission is to serve as an accessible Single Entry Point (SEP) for industrial partners, particularly SMEs, facilitating the adoption of revolutionary electrolysis technologies while minimizing costs and risks, thereby accelerating market adoption.

Join us in shaping the future of sustainable hydrogen production.

Previous slide
Next slide

CLEANHYPRO in numbers


CLEANHYPRO consortium comprises 28 partners (7 universities and research centers, along with 21 industries, 11 of which are SMEs), representing a lip collaboration across 11 European countries


CLEANHYPRO’s showcases will serve as practical testing grounds for developed materials, driving innovation, and validating project performance toward its objectives

Pilot Lines

CLEANHYPRO aims to upscale and upgrade 9 PLs while developing associated services to provide qualified electrolysis materials and essential components, meeting industrial needs, and expediting their market adoption

Open Calls

CLEANHYPRO will launch two Open Calls to fund up to 16 democases, fostering innovation and testing the sustainability of its Single Entry Point (SEP) platform for clean hydrogen production


Latest News

TECNALIA, the coordinator of the CLEANHYPRO project, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU) to bolster their collaboration in hydrogen research, with a special emphasis on Electrolysers. ...

CLEANHYPRO reached a significant milestone with its consortium meeting held in Cottbus, Germany, on March 20th – 21st, 2024. Organised by Brandenburgische Technische Universität Cottbus-Senftenberg (BTU), the meeting gathered all project partners to review progress, share achievements, and strategise the next steps for the project’s ...

TECNALIA unveils Europe's most advanced Hydrogen Laboratory, driving innovation in sustainable energy. With over 50 projects underway, they're leading the charge in hydrogen technology. Stay tuned for more updates! ...