SH2E and eGHOST Spring School

Europe is right now building its hydrogen economy as the basis for achieving a decarbonized society in 2050. Along with its technical development, it is important to ensure its sustainability in its broadest concept, including environmental, economic and social aspects. Within this goal, new tools to assess all these issues are to be developed and these are the goals of the SH2E and eGHOST projects.

The aim of this Spring School is to show and train in the guidelines proposed in SH2E for harmonized life cycle assessment, life cycle costing, social life cycle assessment and its combination in life cycle sustainability assessment. As well, the criticality indicator proposed in the project and the SH2E software tool to support these guidelines will be explained. The second part of the School is focused on the eco-design of hydrogen systems following the guidelines developed in the eGHOST project, the first European project on the sustainable-by-design of hydrogen technologies. The methodology and guidelines developed in the project are the basis for the corresponding lectures. As a complement, some of Europe’s most important researchers will present the current and future state of hydrogen research and technologies.

For BSc/MSc/PhD students, academics and professionals

Limited to 25 places. Interested in participating, send an e-mail to including your CV.

10 scholarships available to cover trip (flight or train tickets) and accommodation costs. If you wish to apply send an e-mail to, including including your CV and motivation letter to attend the School.

Deadline: 28th of April.

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May 20 - 24 2024


08:00 - 18:00


Universidad Rey Juan Carlos

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