Hydrogen Mobility

Ensuring the safe use of clean hydrogen systems

Hydrogen will play a key role in decarbonising transportation and the future of mobility.

As the hydrogen value chain continues to grow, safety must be built into the core of new H2-powered transportation systems. In fact, the future success of this nascent sector depends on defining and implementing strong safety and security standards that cover production, distribution and usage.

Leading the way

Airbus Protect’s hydrogen expertise encompasses the entire value chain – from production and transportation to storage and even embedded applications (fuel cells, hydrogen combustion, etc.).

Our consultants are currently supporting multiple H2 mobility initiatives – including hydrogen aircraft, boats, trains and road vehicles.

Through our involvement in groups such as the French Hydrogen Association, we’re helping to guide the industry-wide conversation around safety and security for hydrogen mobility.

Why Airbus Protect?

Our teams offer a holistic end-to-end approach. This involves:

  • Creating safe and secure hydrogen supply chains
  • Optimising the architecture of H2 platforms 
  • Enabling safe in-vehicle H2, architecture, refuelling, storage, distribution and usage
  • Modelling complex scenarios specific to fixed supporting infrastructure – storage tanks, refuelling stations, etc.
  • Providing guidance for risk reduction and obtaining safety certifications (DREAL/DGPR)
  • Working to enhance the social acceptance of H2

Our offering

We offer on-demand services, digital solutions and consulting to help organisations achieve their safety and compliance objectives. With the support of our highly skilled consultants, experts and trainers we assist our clients in managing and mitigating hydrogen-related risks and, in doing so, enhancing their overall sustainability. Our offering includes:

  • Modelling specific risks for hydrogen aircraft, trains, road vehicles and more
  • Analysing liquid hydrogen phenomena, and potential consequences for system safety
  • Collaboratively enhancing and developing hydrogen safety

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