As hydrogen is gaining momentum, knowledge and data are being produced and accumulated in diverse data repositories inside and outside the JU. The amount of data grows exponentially, advancing the need to effectively collect and analyse the data coming from R&I projects at European, national, regional or local level and aggregate the market into a single platform. The goal of CHJU is to gradually become the central knowledge repository and access point for hydrogen in Europe.
PPMI, together with Intrasoft and VTT, will develop the single digital platform (database) with analysis, reporting and visualisation tools, with varying access rights across users. The digital platform will aggregate other already existing platforms, data sources and project repositories. It will also contain integrated tools for data enrichment and reporting, such as a survey tool, communication and dissemination space, analytical model and reporting tool, public and internal dashboards, and tool for monitoring synergies.