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     Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Codes &
            Standards
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Miscellaneous                      (Other Fuels; Definitions; Specialty Vehicles, Aviation and Marine
Fuel Cell Applications)
Published                                                           Under Development / Proposed




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Other Fuels                                               Other Fuels
                                                          CEN/TC19 Expert Watch Group on Fuels for Fuel Cells
                                                          (European Union)


Definitions                                               Definitions
SAE J2754 - TIR Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Terminology 20091654_T-604 Fuel Cells - Terminology (China)
(United States & Other Locales)


SAE J2760 - TIR Pressure Terminology Used in Fuel
Cells and Other Hydrogen Vehicle Applications (United
States & Other Locales)


IEC/TS 62282-1 Terminology (International)

JIS C8800 Glossary of Terms for Fuel Cell Power
Systems (Japan)

GB/T 20042.1-2005 Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel
Cell Terminology (China)

KS C IEC 62282-1 Fuel Cell Technologies - Part 1 :
Terminology (Korea)

KS D 0066 Glossary of Terms used in Hydrogen
Absorbing Alloys (Korea)

CGA Publication H4 Terminology Associated with
Hydrogen Fuel Technologies (United States)

GB/T 24499-2009 Technology glossary for gaseous
hydrogen, hydrogen energy and hydrogen energy
system (China)


ISO/TR 8713:2012 Electrically propelled road vehicles –
Vocabulary (International)



Specialty Vehicle Fuel Cell Applications                  Specialty Vehicle Fuel Cell Applications
UL 2267 Fuel Cell Power Systems for Installation in       SAE J2601/3 - Fueling Protocols for Gaseous Hydrogen
Industrial Trucks                                         Powered Industrial Trucks (forklifts) (United States & Other
                                                          Locales)

GB/T 23646-2009 Fuel cell power system for electric
bicycles - Technical specification (China)                SAE J 2919 Compressed Hydrogen Fuel Systems in
                                                          Fuel Cell Powered Industrial Trucks

                                                          CSA America HPIT 1 - Compressed Hydrogen Powered
                                                          Industrial Truck (forklifts) On-board Fuel Storage and
                                                          Handling Components

                                                          CSA America HPIT 2 - Compressed Hydrogen Station
                                                          and Components for Fueling Powered Industrial Trucks
                                                          (forklifts)

                                                          Working Group #6 IEC 62282-4-100 – Fuel cell systems
                                                          for forklift applications – Safety requirements,
                                                          environmental aspects, and test procedures (International)


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                                                                              Working Group #6 IEC 62282-4-200 – Fuel cell systems
                                                                              for forklift applications – Performance requirements and
                                                                              test procedures (International)




Aviation Fuel Cell Applications                                               Aviation Fuel Cell Applications
                                                                              EUROCAE WG80 / SAE AE-7AFC - Aircraft Hydrogen
                                                                              Fuel Cell Systems




Marine Fuel Cell Applications                                                 Marine Fuel Cell Applications
Germanischer Lloyd Rules for Classification and
Construction – Ship Technology Guidelines for the Use
of Fuel Cells on Board of Ships and Boats

US NAVY/COAST GUARD CG-D-11-01 Codes and
Standards for Marine Fuel Cells (United States)




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Codes & Standards - CEN                                                                                                  Page 1 of 1


                                               Co d e s & St a n d a r d s - CEN

                                                           CEN / CEN ELEC
                                                            pr EN 5 0 4 6 5


                                               Fu e l Cell Ga s H e a t in g Applia nce s



                       Sco pe           This European standard applies to the construction, safety, functional
                                        requirements and test methods, as well as the classification and
                                        marking of a fuel cell gas heating appliance, which will be operated
                                        predominantly for heat.


                                        a.   indoors
                                        b.   natural gas
                                        c.   maximum gas input: 70 kW
                                        d.   maximum electrical output: 11 kW




                    Ch a ir m a n       Jorg Endisch
                   Se cr e t a r ia t   DIN Normenausschuss Gastechnik (NA Gas)
                    Se cr e t a r y     Uwe Klass



                      St a t u s        Published October 2008.

                                        TC105 has established a study group to investigate incorporating EN 50465 into
                                        its scope of work. The initial meeting will be in July 2010.




                                                              CEN / TC1 9
                                         Ex pe r t W a t ch Gr ou p on Fu e ls f or Fu el Ce lls


                       Sco pe           CEN/TC19 accepts responsibility for the development of future
                                        specifications for fuels for fuel cells in transportation applications with
                                        on-board fuel processors. (Gasoline/Naphtha,Ethanol,Methanol,Natural
                                        Gas)


                    Ch a ir m a n       David Rickeard
                   Se cr e t a r ia t   NEN (NL)
                    Se cr e t a r y



                      St a t u s        Requesting nominations of members.




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     SAE J2574
       Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Terminology
        Published
        United States




     Or ga n iz a t ion     Society of Automotive Engineers


     I den t if ica t ion   SAE J 2574
                            Information Report
                            Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Terminology
     M ission               Identify commonly used vehicle application fuel cell terminology And develop
                            universally acceptable definitions for this terminology.


     Scope                  This SAE Information Report contains definitions for hydrogen fuel cell powered
                            vehicle terminology. It is intended that this document be a resource for those
                            writing other hydrogen fuel cell vehicle documents; especially, Standards or
                            Recommended Practices.



     St a t u s
                            Published in 2002. Re-issued in 2011. Available at   www.sae.org.




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     Society of Automotive Engineers
       Safety Working Group




     Or ga n iz a t ion     Society of Automotive Engineers

     M ission               Recommend design and construction, operation, emergency response and
                            maintenance practices for the safe use of fuel cell vehicles by the general public.




     I den t if ica t ion   SAE J1766
                            Recommended Practice for Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicle Battery
                            Systems Crash Integrity Testing
     Scope                  Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles contain many types of battery systems.
                            Adequate barriers between occupants and battery systems are necessary to
                            provide protection from potentially harmful factors and materials within the
                            battery system that can cause injury to occupants of the vehicles during a
                            crash. This SAE Recommended Practice is applicable to all Electric Vehicles and
                            Hybrid Electric Vehicle battery designs, including those described in SAE J1797.
                            The potentially harmful factors and materials addressed by this document
                            include electrical isolation integrity, electrolyte spillage, and retention of the
                            battery system. The purpose of this document is to define test methods and
                            performance criteria which evaluate battery system spillage, battery retention,
                            and electrical system isolation in Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles during
                            specified crash tests.

     St a t u s             Published in April 2005. Available at www.sae.org.
                            A revision is underway.



     I den t if ica t ion   SAE J2578
                            Recommended Practice for General Fuel Cell Vehicle Safety

     Scope                  This SAE Recommended Practice identifies and defines the preferred technical
                            guidelines relating to the safe integration of fuel cell system, fuel storage, and
                            electrical systems into the overall Fuel Cell Vehicle. The purpose of this
                            document is to provide introductory mechanical and electrical system safety
                            guidelines that should be considered when designing fuel cell vehicles for use on
                            public roads.

     St a t u s             Originally published January 2008. Updated and re-published January 2009.
                            Available at www.sae.org
                            A revision is underway.



     I den t if ica t ion   SAE J2579
                            Technical Information Report for Fuel Systems in Fuel Cell and Other
                            Hydrogen Vehicles
     Scope                  The purpose of this document is to define design, construction, operational and
                            maintenance requirements for hydrogen storage and handling systems in on-
                            road vehicles. Performance-based requirements for verification of design
                            prototype and production hydrogen storage and handling systems are also
                            defined in this document. Complementary test protocols (for use in type




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                            approval or self-certification) to qualify designs (and/or production) as meeting
                            the specified performance requirements are described.


     St a t u s             Originally published December 2002. Updated and re-published January 2009.
                            Available at www.sae.org

                            Undergoing revisions to:

                                l   Strengthen qualification of Compressed Hydrogen Storage Systems, and
                                l   Add performance-based tests for
                                        ¡ Localized fire, and
                                        ¡ Material compatibility.


                            The Safety Working Group is working on tank testing requirements, addressing
                            both glass and graphite fiber composite tanks.



     I den t if ica t ion   SAE J2760
                            Technical Information Report for Pressure Terminology Used in Fuel Cells and
                            Other Hydrogen Vehicle Applications
     Scope                  The purpose of this document is to disseminate definitions used in SAE J2579.



     St a t u s             Originally published May 2006. Updated and re-published June 2011. Available
                            at www.sae.org.




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     Working Group #1 / IEC/TS 62282-1 (2010-04) Ed. 2.0
      Terminology
         Published




     Or ga n iz a t ion     International Electrotechnical Commission


     I den t if ica t ion   Technical Committee No. 105 - Fuel Cell Technologies
                            Working Group #1
                            Terminology
                            IEC/TS 62282-1 (2010-04) Ed. 2.0


     Scope                  This report provides uniform terminology in the form of diagrams and definitions
                            related to fuel cell technologies. It is intended as a resource for the Working
                            Groups and users of the TC105 series of fuel cell standards.

                            The 2005 TC105 Plenary voted to change the scope of this activity from “a
                            resource for the Working Groups and users of the TC105 Series” to a “general
                            fuel cell technology glossary”.



     St a t u s             Published in 2005 as IEC/TS 62282-1 (2005-03)

                            The 2nd edition, IEC/TS62282-1 Ed. 2.0, redone as a general glossary for fuel
                            cell technologies, was published in April 2010. Available at w w w .ie c.ch in
                            English and French



     Com m it t e e         Ch a ir m a n        Kelvin Hecht
     I nf or m a t ion      Se cr e t a r ia t   CSA America
                            Se cr e t a r y      Josip Novkovic




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                                              Co d e s & St a n d a r d s - Ja p a n

                                                Ja pa ne se St a n da r ds Associa t ion


                                                             JI S C 8 8 0 0
                                       Glossa r y of Te r m s f or Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Syst e m s


                       Scope            Specifies terms applicable to all types of fuel cells and phosphoric acid
                                        fuel cell power systems.


                                        English translation is available.


                                                             JI S C 8 8 0 1
                                                        Ge ne r a l Ru le s f or
                                    Ph osph or ic Acid Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Ge ne r a t in g Syst e m


                       Scope            Specifies construction, external termination and inspection
                                        requirements for 50 to 500 kW packaged systems.

                       St a t u s       English translation is Available.




                                                               JI S C 8 8 0 2
                                       Te st M e t h ods f or D u r a bilit y of Phosph or ic Acid
                                                      Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Fa cilit ies


                       Scope            Specifies methods for carrying out durability tests on phosphoric acid
                                        fuel cell power facilities.

                       St a t u s       English translation is Available.


                                                              JI S C 8 8 0 3
                                                     I ndica t ion of Ph osph or ic
                                                      Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Fa cilit y
                                                                   2005


                       Scope            Specifies nameplate information. (Update of document previously
                                        known as TR C 0002)




                                                             TR C 0 0 0 3
                                                        Te chn ica l Re por t
                                              Te st M e t h ods for Per f or m a n ce of
                                           Phosph or ic Acid Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Fa cilit y
                                                                1997


                       Scope            Specifies methods for carrying out performance tests on phosphoric
                                        acid fuel cell power facilities.




                                                            TR C 0 0 0 4
                                                        Te chn ica l Re por t
                                    Te st M et h ods for Envir on m e n t a n d M a int e na nce of
                                          Phosph or ic Acid Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Fa cilit y


                       Scope


                                                               JI S C 8 8 1 1
                                                 I n dica t ion of Polym er Ele ct r olyt e
                                                      Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Fa cilit y
                                                                   2005


                       Scope            Specifies nameplate information.




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     China
         Fu e l Ce ll St a n da r ds



     I den t if ica t ion       GB/ T 2 0 0 4 2 .1 - 2 0 0 5
                                  Pr ot on Ex ch a n ge M e m br a ne Fu e l Ce ll Te r m in ology

     Scope                      Various types of proton exchange membrane fuel cells.


     St a t u s                 Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion       GB/ T 2 0 0 4 2 .2 - 2 0 0 8
                                  Pr ot on Ex ch a n ge M e m br a n e Fu e l Ce ll St a ck s

     Scope                      Basic requirements for safety and performance of PEM fuel cell stacks.
                                Requirements of type tests, routine tests, acceptance test programs, test
                                methods as well as markings and instructions.

     St a t u s                 Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion       GB/ T 2 0 0 4 2 .3 - 2 0 0 9
                                    Pr ot on Ex ch a n ge M e m br a n e Fu e l Ce ll – Pa r t 3 : Te st m e t h od for
                                p r ot on e x ch a ng e m e m br a n e
     Scope                      Various types of proton exchange membrane. Terminology and definitions of
                                proton exchange membrane test methods for PEM fuel cells. Thickness
                                uniformity test, proton conductivity test, ion exchange equivalent test,
                                permeability test, tensile test, swelling test and water absorption rate test.

     St a t u s                 Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion       GB/ T 2 0 0 4 2 .4 - 2 0 0 9
                                    Pr ot on Ex ch a n ge M e m br a n e Fu e l Ce ll – Pa r t 4 : Te st m e t h od for
                                e le ct r oca t a ly st s

     Scope                      Terminology and definitions of electrocatalyst test methods for PEM fuel cells.
                                Platinum content of the test, the electrochemical activity of the test area,
                                surface area, pore volume, pore size distribution test, morphology and size
                                distribution test, the crystal structure test, the catalyst bulk density and
                                single cell polarization curve test.

     St a t u s                 Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion       GB/ T 2 0 0 4 2 .5 - 2 0 0 9
                                   Pr ot on Ex ch a n ge M e m br a n e Fu e l Ce ll – Pa r t 5 : Te st m e t h od for
                                m e m br a n e e le ct r ode a sse m bly

     Scope                      Terminology and definitions of MEA test methods for PEM fuel cells.
                                Thickness uniformity test, Pt loading capacity test, single cell polarization
                                curves, hydrogen permeation current density test, the activation over
                                potential and ohmic polarization over potential polarization test,



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                            electrochemical active surface area test.


     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 0 0 4 2 .6 - 2 0 1 1
                               Pr ot on e x ch a n g e m e m br a n e fu e l ce ll – Te st m e t h od of b ip ola r
                            p la t e p r o pe r t ie s

     Scope



     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ Z 2 1 7 4 2 - 2 0 0 8
                              Por t a ble Pr ot on Ex ch a n g e M e m b r a n e Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Sy st e m s

     Scope                  For a.c. and d.c. type portable fuel cell systems (not for road vehicles). The
                            following fuels and fuel feedstocks are within the scope of this standard: 1)
                            hydrogen, 2) natural gas, 3) liquefied petroleum, such as, propane and
                            butane, 4) liquid alcohols such as methanol and ethanol, 5) gasoline, 6)
                            diesel, 7)kerosene, 8) metals, such as Zn or Al, or 9) chemical hydrides.

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ Z 2 1 7 4 3 - 2 0 0 8
                               St a t ion a r y Pr ot on Ex ch a n ge M e m br a n e Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Sy st e m –
                            Te st M e t h od s for Pe r for m a n ce

     Scope                  Adopted part of IEC 62282 series that covers operational and environmental
                            aspects of the stationary fuel cell power systems performance. The test
                            methods apply as follows:

                               a. power output under specified operating and transient conditions,
                               b. electrical and thermal efficiency under specified operating conditions
                               c. environmental characteristics; e.g. gas emissions, noise, etc. under
                            specified operating and transient conditions.

                            Coverage for electromagnetic compatibility is not provided.

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 3 7 5 1 .1 - 2 0 0 9
                              M icr o Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Sy st e m – Pa r t 1 : Sa fe t y

     Scope                  This consumer safety standard, adapter from IEC 62282 series, covers micro
                            fuel cell power systems, micro fuel cell power units and fuel cartridges that
                            are wearable or easily carried by hand, providing d.c. outputs that do not
                            exceed 60 V d.c. and power outputs that do not exceed 240 VA. Portable fuel
                            cell power systems that provide output levels that exceed these electrical
                            limits are covered by IEC 62282-5-1.




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     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 3 7 5 1 .2 - 2 0 0 9
                              M icr o Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Sy st e m – Pa r t 2 : Pe r for m a n ce t e st m e t h od s

     Scope                  Adapter from IEC 62282 series, provides test methods which are required for
                            the performance evaluation of micro fuel cell power systems for laptop
                            computers, mobile phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), cordless home
                            appliances, TV broadcast cameras, autonomous robots, etc. This standard
                            describes the performance test methods for power characteristics, fuel
                            consumption and mechanical durability for micro fuel cell power systems with
                            output up to 60 V d.c. and 240 VA.


     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 3 6 4 5 - 2 0 0 9
                              Te st m e t h od s of fu e l ce ll pow e r sy st e m for p a sse n g e r ca r s

     Scope                  Terminology and definitions, accuracy of the test instrumentation,
                            preparation for test, test condition and performance test methods of fuel cell
                            power system for passenger cars.

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 3 6 4 6 - 2 0 0 9
                              Fu e l ce ll pow e r sy st e m for e le ct r ic bicy cle s – Te ch n ica l
                            spe cifica t ion

     Scope                  Terminology and definitions, technical parameters, technical requirements,
                            test methods, inspection rules, requirements of markings and instructions.


     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 5 3 1 9 - 2 0 1 0
                              Fu e l ce ll t e st syst e m u se d for m ot or v e h icle s – Te ch n ica l
                            spe cifica t ion

     St a t u s             Published. Available at www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 5 4 4 7 - 2 0 1 0
                               Pr ot on e x ch a n g e m e m br a n e fu e l ce ll t e st sy st e m a n d a ct iv a t ion
                            sy st e m

     St a t u s             Published. Available at www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 7 7 4 8 .1 - 2 0 1 1



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                              St a t ion a r y fu e l ce ll p ow e r sy st e m – Pa r t 1 : Sa fe t y


     Scope
                            Adaptation of international standard, IEC 62282-3-1:2007 .

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/

                            Will consider 2012 edition of IEC 62282-3-100.


     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 7 7 4 8 .3 - 2 0 1 1
                              St a t ion a r y fu e l ce ll p ow e r sy st e m – Pa r t 3 : I n st a lla t ion

     Scope                  Adaptation of international standard, IEC 62282-3- 3:2007


     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ Z 2 7 7 5 3 - 2 0 1 1
                                Te st M e t h od for Ada p t a b ilit y t o Op e r a t in g Con d it ion s of M e m b r a n e
                            Ele ct r ode Asse m b ly Use d in PEM Fu e l
                                Ce lls
     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 8 1 8 3 - 2 0 1 1
                              Te st m e t h ods of fu e l ce ll p ow e r sy st e m for b u s

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 7 7 1 5 0 - T- 6 0 4
                                M icr o fu e l ce ll pow e r syst e m – Pa r t 3 : Fu e l ca r t r idg e
                            in t e r ch a n g e a bilit y

     Scope                  Adaptation of IEC 62282-6-300


     St a t u s             Under Development



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 9 0 6 1 7 - T- 6 0 4
                               Por t a ble fu e l ce ll p ow e r sy st e m – Sa fe t y

     Scope                  Adaptation of IEC 62282-5-1


     St a t u s             Under Development



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 9 0 6 1 8 - T- 6 0 4
                               St a t ion a r y fu e l ce ll pow e r sy st e m – Pe r for m a n ce t e st m e t h od s

     Scope                  Adaptation of IEC 62282-3-2




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     St a t u s             Under Development



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 9 0 6 1 9 - T- 6 0 4
                               Sin gle ce ll t e st m e t h ods for pr ot on e x ch a n ge m e m br a n e fu e l ce ll

     Scope                  Adaptation of IEC 62282-7-1


     St a t u s             Under Development



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 9 1 6 5 3 - T- 6 0 4
                               Fu e l ce ll M od u le s

     Scope                  Adaptation of IEC 62282-2


     St a t u s             Under Development



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 9 1 6 5 4 - T- 6 0 4
                               Fu e l ce ll - Te r m in ology

     Scope                  Adaptation of IEC TS62282-1 Ed. 2


     St a t u s             Under Development




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     Korea
         Fu e l Ce ll St a n da r ds



     I den t if ica t ion       KS C I EC 6 2 2 8 2 - 1
                                  Fu e l Ce ll Te ch n olog ie s- Pa r t 1 : Te r m in ology

     Scope                      Adapted from IEC/TS 62282-1


     St a t u s                 Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr



     I den t if ica t ion       KS C I EC 6 2 2 8 2 - 2
                                  Fu e l Ce ll Te ch n olog ie s- Pa r t 1 : Fu e l Ce ll M odu le s

     Scope                      Adapted from IEC/TS 62282-2


     St a t u s                 Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr



     I den t if ica t ion       KS C I EC 6 2 2 8 2 - 5
                                   Fu e l Ce ll Te ch n olog ie s- Pa r t 5 : Por t a ble Fu e l Ce ll App lia n ce s -
                                Sa f e t y
     Scope                      Adapted from IEC/TS 62282-5-1


     St a t u s                 Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr



     I den t if ica t ion       KS C I EC 6 2 2 8 2 - 6 - 2 0 0
                                  M icr o fu e l ce ll pow e r syst e m s - Pe r for m a n ce

     Scope                      Adapted from IEC 62282-6-200


     St a t u s                 Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr



     I den t if ica t ion       KS R I SO 2 3 2 7 3 - 1
                                   Fu e l ce ll r oa d ve h icle - Sa fe t y sp e cifica t ion s - Pa r t 1 : V e h icle
                                fu n ct ion a l sa fe t y
     Scope                      Adapted from ISO 23273-1


     St a t u s                 Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr



     I den t if ica t ion       KS R I SO 2 3 2 7 3 - 2
                                    Fu e l ce ll r oa d ve h icle - Sa fe t y sp e cifica t ion s - Pa r t 2 : Pr ot e ct ion
                                a g a in st h yd r oge n h a z a r ds for v e h icle s fu e le d w it h com p r e sse d
                                h yd r o ge n
     Scope                      Adapted from ISO 23273-2




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     St a t u s             Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr



     I den t if ica t ion   KS R I SO 2 3 2 7 3 - 3
                                Fu e l ce ll r oa d ve h icle - Sa fe t y sp e cifica t ion s - Pa r t 3 : Pr ot e ct ion of
                            p e r son s a g a in st e le ct r ic sh ock
     Scope                  Adapted from ISO 23273-3


     St a t u s             Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr



     I den t if ica t ion   KS R I EC 6 2 2 8 2 - 3 - 1
                              St a t ion a r y Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Sy st e m s – Sa fe t y

     Scope                  Adaptation of international standard, IEC 62282-3-100.


     St a t u s             Plan to start the process to adopt the 2012 edition of IEC 62282-3-100.



     I den t if ica t ion   KS R I EC 6 2 2 8 2 - 3 - 2
                              St a t ion a r y Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Sy st e m s – Pe r for m a n ce t e st m e t h ods

     Scope                  Adapted from IEC 62282-3-2


     St a t u s             Under Developement



     I den t if ica t ion   KS R I EC 6 2 2 8 2 - 3 - 3
                              St a t ion a r y Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r Sy st e m s – I n st a lla t ion

     Scope                  Adapted from IEC 62282-3-3


     St a t u s             Under Developement




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     Korea
          H y d r og e n St a n d a r d s



     I d e n t if i ca t io n      KS B I SO 1 3 9 8 4
                                     Liq u id h y d r og e n – La n d v e h icle f u e llin g sy st e m in t e r f a ce

     Sco p e                       Adapted from ISO 13984


     St a t u s                    Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr



     I d e n t if i ca t io n      KS B I SO 1 3 9 8 5
                                     Liq u id h y d r og e n – La n d v e h icle f u e l t a n k s

     Sco p e                       Adapted from ISO 13985


     St a t u s                    Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr




     I d e n t if i ca t io n      KS B I SO 1 5 9 1 6
                                     Ba sic con sid e r a t ion f or t h e sa f e t y of h y dr oge n sy st e m s

     Sco p e                       Adapted from ISO 15916


     St a t u s                    Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr




     I d e n t if i ca t io n      KS B I SO 1 6 1 1 1
                                       Tr a n sp or t a b le g a s st or a g e d e v ice s – H y d r og e n a b sor b e d in m e t a l
                                   h y d r id e
     Sco p e                       Adapted from ISO 15916


     St a t u s                    Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr




     I d e n t if i ca t io n      KS B I SO 1 7 2 6 8
                                     Com pr e sse d h y d r og e n su r f a ce v e h icle r e f u e lin g con n e ct ion d e v ice s
     Sco p e                       Adapted from ISO 17268


     St a t u s                    Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr



     I d e n t if i ca t io n      KS D 0 0 6 6
                                     Glossa r y of Te r m s U se d in H y d r og e n Ab sor b in g Alloy s



     St a t u s                    Published. Available from Korean Standards Association, www.ksa.or.kr




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     CGA Publication H-4
       Terminology Associated with Hydrogen Fuel Technologies
        Published
        United States




     Or ga n iz a t ion     Compressed Gas Association


     I den t if ica t ion   CGA H-4
                            Terminology Associated with Hydrogen Fuel Technologies



     Su m m a r y           This publication provides a description of the technologies and terminology as
                            they apply to hydrogen production, storage, transport and use. Published 2006.



     Con t a ct             www.cganet.com




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     China
         H yd r oge n St a n da r ds



     I den t if ica t ion     GB/ T 3 6 3 4 .1 - 2 0 0 6
                                H y d r og e n – Pa r t 1 : I n d u st r ia l h yd r oge n

     Scope                    Requirements of industrial hydrogen, test methods, packaging flag,
                              requirements for storage and safety

     St a t u s               Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion     GB 4 9 6 2 - 2 0 0 8
                                Te ch n ica l sa fe t y r e g u la t ion s for ga se ou s h y d r og e n u se

     Scope                    Safety requirements for use, replacement, storage, compression and filling
                              loading, discharge process, fire and emergency management, security
                              protection of gaseous hydrogen.

     St a t u s               Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion     GB 5 0 1 7 7 - 2 0 0 5
                                D e sign code for h y d r og e n st a t ion

     Scope                    This standard applies to new construction, renovation, expansion of the
                              hydrogen station, pipeline design of hydrogen stations and hydrogen plant
                              and workshop.

     St a t u s               Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion     GB/ T 3 9 6 5 - 1 9 9 5
                                M e t h ods for d e t e r m in a t ion of d iffu sib le h y d r og e n in d e posit e d
                              m etal

     Scope                    Methods for determination of diffusible hydrogen by glycerol displacement
                              method, gas chromatography and mercury displacement method.

     St a t u s               Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion     GB/ T 7 4 4 5 - 1 9 9 5
                                Pu r e h y dr og e n , h igh p u r it y h y dr og e n a n d u lt r a p u r e h y d r og e n

     Scope                    This standard provides technical requirements, test methods, inspection
                              rules, packaging, marking, storage and transportation and safety
                              requirements for pure hydrogen, high purity hydrogen and ultra pure
                              hydrogen.


     St a t u s               Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/




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     I den t if ica t ion   GB 1 9 7 7 3 - 2 0 0 5
                                Spe cifica t ion of h y dr og e n p u r ifica t ion syst e m on p r e ssu r e sw in g
                            a d sor p t ion


     Scope                  This standard provides terminology and definitions, classification and
                            nomenclature, technical requirements, testing and inspection, packaging of
                            hydrogen purification system on pressure swing adsorption. This standard
                            applies to industrial, commercial stationary, mobile water electrolysis
                            hydrogen production systems.

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion
                            GB 1 9 7 7 4 - 2 0 0 5
                              Spe cifica t ion of w a t e r e le ct r oly t e sy st e m for p r odu cin g h y dr og e n
     Scope                  This standard provides terminology and definitions, classification and
                            nomenclature, technical requirements, testing and inspection, packaging of
                            water electrolyte system for producing hydrogen. This standard applies to
                            industrial, commercial stationary, mobile water electrolysis hydrogen
                            production systems.

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   GB/ T 2 4 4 9 9 - 2 0 0 9
                               Te ch n olog y g lossa r y for ga se ou s h y dr oge n , h y dr oge n e n e r g y a n d
                            h yd r oge n e n e r g y syst e m
     Scope                  This standard provides glossary and definitions of hydrogen, hydrogen and
                            hydrogen energy systems technology and its application.

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 7 4 5 3 3 - T- 4 6 9
                                Ca lcu la t ion of e n e r g y con v e r sion e fficie n cy a n d qu a n t u m yie ld s for
                            t h e syst e m of sola r e n e r gy p h ot oca t a ly t ic w a t e r split t in g for
                            h yd r oge n pr od u ct ion

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 7 4 5 3 5 - T- 4 6 9
                               M e t h ods for Pe r for m a n ce Ev a lu a t ion of Sm a ll- Size I n t e g r a t ive
                            H y dr oge n En e r gy Sy st e m
     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 8 3 2 3 0 - T- 4 6 9
                               Fu n d a m e n t a l Re q u ir e m e n t s on H y d r og e n Sy st e m Sa fe t y

     St a t u s             Published. Available from www.standards.net.cn/




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     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 8 3 2 3 1 - T- 4 6 9
                               Absor be r for Pr e ssu r e Sw in g Ab sor pt ion H y dr og e n Pu r ifica t ion

     St a t u s             Under Development



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 8 3 2 3 2 - T- 4 6 9
                               W a t e r Ele ct r oly t e Ox y ge n - H y dr oge n Ge n e r a t or

     St a t u s             Under Development



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 8 3 2 3 3 - T- 4 6 9
                                Spe cifica t ion on Com pr e ssion H y dr oge n D isp e n se r for Su r fa ce
                            V e h icle
     St a t u s             Under Development



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 8 3 2 3 4 - T- 4 6 9
                               Liq u id H y d r og e n Fu e lin g Sy st e m I n t e r fa ce for La n d V e h icle

     St a t u s             Under Development



     I den t if ica t ion   Pla n N o. 2 0 0 8 3 2 3 5 - T- 4 6 9
                               Com pr e sse d H y dr oge n Su r fa ce V e h icle Re fu e lin g Con n e ct ion
                            D e v ice s
     St a t u s             Under Development




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     I n t e r n a t io n a l O r g a n iz a t io n f o r St a n d a r d iz a t io n ( I SO )
        I SO TCTC2 2 / SC2 1 W G# 1
         V e h icle ope r a t ion con dit ion s, ve h icle sa f e t y a n d En e r gy st or a ge in st a lla t ion / D e f in it ion s




     I den t if ica t ion       I SO 2 3 2 7 3 - 1
                                   Fu e l Ce ll Roa d V e h icle - Sa fe t y Sp e cifica t ion , Pa r t 1 : V e h icle
                                fu n ct ion a l sa fe t y
     Ab st r a ct               Specifies the essential requirements for the functional safety of fuel cell vehicles
                                with respect to hazards to persons and the environment inside and outside of
                                the vehicle caused by the operational characteristics of the fuel cell power
                                system.

                                Does not apply to manufacture, maintenance or repair of the vehicle.

                                Addresses both normal operating (fault tree) conditions and single fault
                                conditions of the vehicle, and applies only when the maximum working voltage
                                of the on-board electrical circuits is lower than 1000 V a.c. or 1500V d.c.


     St a t u s                 Published in 2006.

                                Will be subject to a Systematic Review Ballot in 2009, as part of a 3 year
                                maintenance cycle, to re-affirm, modify or withdraw.



     I den t if ica t ion       I SO 2 3 2 7 3 - 2
                                    Fu e l Ce ll Roa d V e h icle - Sa fe t y Sp e cifica t ion , Pa r t 2 : Pr ot e ct ion
                                a ga in st h y dr og e n h a z a r ds for ve h icle s fu e le d w it h com pr e sse d
                                h y dr og e n

     Ab st r a ct               Specifies the essential requirements for fuel cell vehicles with respect to the
                                protection of persons and the environment inside and outside the vehicle
                                against hydrogen related hazards.

                                Applies only to fuel cell vehicles where compressed hydrogen is used as fuel for
                                the fuel cell system.
     St a t u s                 Published in 2006.

                                Will be subject to a Systematic Review Ballot in 2009, as part of a 3 year
                                maintenance cycle, to re-affirm, modify or withdraw.



     I den t if ica t ion       I SO 2 3 2 7 3 - 3
                                   Fu e l Ce ll Roa d V e h icle s - Sa fe t y Spe cifica t ion , Pa r t 3 : Pr ot e ct ion of
                                pe r son s a ga in st e le ct r ic sh ock

     Ab st r a ct               Specifies the essential requirements of fuel cell vehicles for protection of
                                persons and the environment inside and outside the vehicle against electric
                                shock.

                                Applies only to on-board electric circuits with working voltages between 25 V
                                a.c. and 1000 V a.c. or 60 V d.c. and 1500 V d.c.
     St a t u s                 Published in 2006.

                                Will be subject to a Systematic Review Ballot in 2009, as part of a 3 year
                                maintenance cycle, to re-affirm, modify or withdraw.




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     I den t if ica t ion   I SO/ TR 8 7 1 3 :2 0 1 2
                               Ele ct r ica lly Pr ope lle d Roa d V e h icle s – V oca b u la r y

     Ab st r a ct           ISO/TR 8713:2012 establishes a vocabulary of terms and the related definitions
                            used in ISO TC22/SC21 standards. These terms are specific to the electric
                            propulsion systems of electrically propelled road vehicles, i. e. battery electric
                            vehicles (BEV), hybrid electric vehicles (HEV, PHEV), and (pure and hybrid
                            electric) fuel cell vehicles (FCV, FCHEV).

     St a t u s             The revised 2005 edition was published 04-25-2012.
                            Available at www.ansi.org and www.iso.ch


     Se cr e t a r ia t     DIN (Germany)




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     U n d e r w r it e r s La b o r a t o r ie s
     Standard for Fuel Cell Power Systems for Installation in Industrial Electric Trucks

     UL Subj e ct 2 2 6 7


     I den t if ica t ion   Standard for Fuel cell Power System For Installation in Industrial Electric Trucks
                            UL Subject 2267



     Scope                  The requirements cover fuel cell power systems currently noted as intended to
                            be installed in type E, industrial trucks used in locations as defined in the Fire
                            Safety Standard for Powered Industrial Trucks including Type Designations,
                            Areas of Use, Conversions, Maintenance and Operations NFPA 505, and the
                            National Electrical Code NFPA 70. The scope only covers those systems that
                            incorporate a permanently mounted pressure vessel containing compressed
                            hydrogen gas for designs that are fueled without the pressure vessel being
                            removed from the industrial truck (on board fueling). At this time, the standard
                            is limited to systems with maximum pressures of 25 MPa or 35MPa.


     St a t u s             The standard was published in May 2006 as an ANSI standard, and is available
                            through UL. The document was recently revised to address those areas of UL
                            2267 affecting high pressure fuel containment to appropriately address safety
                            concerns of current technology. Specific revisions to address the following
                            concerns were recently completed:
                            a. Develop cycling and other tests of high pressure systems as needed,
                            b. Address instructions and markings, and
                            c. Address End of Life Criteria

                            These revisions include:

                                   scope changes to address current technology including limiting the scope
                                    to systems with maximum pressures of 25 MPa or 35MPa and onboard
                                    refueling;
                                   revision of high pressure system terms, addition of diagrams and a
                                    comparison table of high pressure terms to better harmonize with related
                                    standards;
                                   compliance of hydrogen pressure vessels to ISO TS 15869 for heavy
                                    usage industrial truck service (i.e. a minimum of 11,250 full fill cycles
                                    representing a 10 year life);
                                   restrictions on the types of materials that may be utilized for the
                                    hydrogen pressure vessels;
                                   revisions to the piping and component requirements for the high pressure
                                    hydrogen lines including reference to ASME B31.12 for hydrogen piping;
                                   a revised overpressure and over-temperature protection section to
                                    include requirements based upon current protection mechanisms for high
                                    pressure hydrogen systems; and
                                   nameplate and documentation for end of service life of the hydrogen
                                    pressure vessels.

                            The revised UL 2267 standard with the recent high pressure section changes is
                            available for purchase on UL's website www.ul.com.

                            Even though the work of the High Pressure Task Group has been completed,
                            there is a current proposal bulletin out for balloting that addresses tank
                            replacement markings, changes to vibration and other testing and additional
                            proposals for the pressure vessel section. Follow up revisions to the standard
                            such as replacing the "Type E" industrial truck designation with the new
                            industrial truck "Type CGH" (compressed gaseous hydrogen) designation in
                            accordance with NFPA 505 are planned, to address developments in the industry



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                        and the codes that affect it.




     Con t a ct         Laurie Florence, UL




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     So cie t y o f A u t o m o t iv e En g in e e r s
     I n t e r f a ce W o r k in g Gr o u p

     M ission : Develop standards to coordinate between fuel suppliers and vehicle manufacturers to ensure safe, efficient and customer
     friendly delivery of fuel to fuel cell vehicles.



     I den t if ica t ion    SAE J 2 6 0 0
                               Com p r e sse d H y d r oge n V e h icle Fu e lin g Con n e ct ion D e v ice s
                               ( de fin e s ge om e t r ie s of r e ce pt a cle s for diffe r e n t pr e ssu r e le ve ls)

     Scope                   SAE J2600 applies to design, safety and operation verification of Compressed
                             Hydrogen Surface Vehicle (CHSV) refueling connection devices hereinafter
                             referred to as nozzle and receptacle. CHSV Refueling nozzles and receptacles
                             shall consist of the following components, as applicable. Alternatives may be
                             used as long as the alternative geometries shall not be interchangeable with the
                             standard geometry specified in this SAE Standard and the standard geometry in
                             Section 6 provides insufficient flow rates: a. Receptacle and protective cap
                             (mounted on vehicle) (see Section 6 and 7); b. Nozzle (see Section 5).

                             This document applies to devices which have Working Pressures of 25 MPa, 35
                             MPa, 50 MPa or 70 MPa hereinafter referred to in this document as the following
                             (see 9.1c): H25 - 25 MPa at 15 \mDC; H35 - 35 MPa at 15 \mDC; H50 - 50 MPa
                             at 15 \mDC; H70 - 70 MPa at 15 \mDC.

                             This document applies to nozzles and receptacles which (1) prevent hydrogen
                             fuelled vehicles from being refueled by dispenser stations with Working
                             Pressures higher than the vehicle; (2) allow hydrogen vehicles to be refueled by
                             dispenser stations with Working Pressures equal to or lower than the vehicle
                             fuel system Working Pressure, (3) prevent hydrogen fuelled vehicles from being
                             refueled by other compressed gases dispensing stations and (4) prevent other
                             gaseous fuelled vehicles from being refueled by hydrogen dispensing stations.

                             All dimensions used in this document are in metric units [International System
                             of Units (SI)].

                             For the purposes of this document, compressed hydrogen gas should meet the
                             requirements of ISO 14687 Hydrogen fuel - Product specification.

                             All references to pressures (MPa) throughout this document are to be
                             considered gauge pressures unless otherwise specified. All test procedures listed
                             in this document are design verification test procedures unless otherwise noted.
                             All products must pass all tests to be considered to have met this design
                             standard.

     St a t u s              Published in October 2002. Available at www.sae.org
                             Presently being harmonized by the Interface Working Group to ISO 17268 ( see
                             I SO TC1 9 7 W G# 5 ) .

                             Provision for 700 bar refueling is also included.

                             The draft has moved from the Working Group, and is being balloted by the fuel
                             cell committee. If approved, it will then be balloted by the Motor Vehicle
                             Council. The document would then become a product safety standard; the first
                             for hydrogen dispenser hardware.

     Com m it t e e          Ch a ir m a n        William Collins
     I nf or m a t ion       Se cr e t a r ia t   SAE
                             Se cr e t a r y




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     I den t if ica t ion   SAE TI R J2 6 0 1
                              Fu e lin g Pr ot ocols for Lig h t D u t y Ga se ou s
                              H y dr oge n Su r fa ce V e h icle s

     Scope                  SAE TIR J2601 establishes safety limits and performance requirements for
                            gaseous hydrogen fuel dispensers. The criteria include maximum fuel
                            temperature at the dispenser nozzle, the maximum fuel flow rate, the maximum
                            rate of pressure increase and other performance criteria based on the cooling
                            capability of the station’s dispenser. This document establishes fueling
                            guidelines for “non-communication fueling” in the absence of vehicle
                            communication and guidelines for “communication fueling” when specified
                            information is transmitted from the vehicle and verified at the dispenser. The
                            process by which fueling is optimized using vehicle-transmitted information is
                            specified. This document provides details of the communication data
                            transmission protocol. The mechanical connector geometry is not covered in this
                            document. SAE J2600 defines the connector requirements for fueling vehicles
                            operating with a nominal working pressure of 35 MPa. SAE TIR J2799 defines
                            the mechanical connector geometry for fueling vehicles to 70 MPa and also
                            provides specifications for the hardware for vehicle-to-station dispenser
                            communication. It is expected that SAE J2600 will be revised to include the
                            receptacle content of SAE TIR J2799, in which case the resulting SAE J2600 will
                            provide connector hardware requirements for gaseous hydrogen fueling at all
                            working pressures. The vehicle-to-station communication portion of SAE TIR
                            J2799 is to be integrated into SAE TIR J2601 in the next revision, and it is
                            planned that the 70 MPa nozzle in SAE TIR J2799 will be replaced by SAE J2600.
                            This document applies to light duty vehicle fueling for vehicles with storage
                            capacity from 1 to 10 kg for 70 MPa and 1 to 7.5 kg for 35 MPa. It is intended to
                            be revised in the next two years to include separate requirements for fueling
                            heavy duty vehicles and motorcycles, forklifts and also for residential hydrogen
                            fueling appliances. Since there is a significant difference between the onboard
                            storage capacity of heavy-duty and light-duty vehicles, the performance
                            specifications could be different. This document applies to fueling using an
                            average pressure ramp rate methodology which is to be verified with a
                            hydrogen dispenser test apparatus as defined CSA HGV 4.3. This document
                            includes provisions for optional alternative communications fueling protocols and
                            is planned to be revised in the future to include specifications for additional
                            fueling processes to allow more freedom than the present document. New
                            dispenser protocol proposals would need to be verified with data and experience
                            demonstrating the fueling algorithm’s capability to operate within the
                            constraints of Section 5. SAE J2601 Issued PropDft MAR2010 Page 3 of 54 It is
                            expected that this document will be used in conjunction with the CSA HGV 4.3
                            Hydrogen Dispenser Temperature Compensation Confirmation Report, which will
                            to provide a test method and equipment specification for confirming that the
                            performance of a fuel dispenser is consistent with the requirements of SAE TIR
                            J2601. This document establishes a formal industry-wide fueling guideline that
                            supersedes all temporary guidelines informally established by non-ANSI-
                            certified organizations, such as the vehicle manufacturer (OEM) document
                            Fueling Specification for 70 MPa Compressed Hydrogen Vehicles, Version A
                            posted on the NextEnergy website and all CaFCP Fueling Protocols. It is
                            understood, however, that other fueling protocols that differ from the look-up
                            table-based protocol specified in this document may be used when the station
                            provider has (a) an agreement from a vehicle manufacturer that the protocol is
                            appropriate for a particular vehicle system, and (b) a method of identifying the
                            particular vehicle and limiting the protocol to that vehicle is utilized in the
                            station design and operation. The intent is that developments be brought to the
                            SAE TIR J2601 team to enable modification of the document to allow for a more
                            performance based approach for future revisions. The current document is
                            table-based, providing concise performance targets and dispenser performance
                            specifications for both communicated and non communicated fills as detailed in
                            Sections 5 through 9. This TIR is intended to evolve over time before it is



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                            standardized. The goal is to establish a protocol guideline in the initial
                            publication and request industry to give feedback and improvement suggestions
                            before standardizing within a two-year timeframe.


     St a t u s             Published March 16, 2010. Available from www.sae.org
                            A Revision is underway.

     Com m it t e e         Ch a ir m a n          Jesse Schneider
     I nf or m a t ion
                            Se cr e t a r ia t     SAE
                            SAE: St a ff
                            Su p p or t            Caroline Michaels
                                                   Pat Ebejer
                            Adm in ist r a t ion


     I den t if ica t ion   SAE TI R J2 6 0 1 / 2
                                 Fu e lin g Pr ot ocols for H e a vy D u t y Ga se ou s H y dr og e n Su r fa ce
                            V e h icle s ( b u se s)

     Scope                  Establish the safety limits and performance requirements for 35 MPa gaseous
                            hydrogen fuel dispensers for heavy duty vehicle fueling (with tank system
                            storage capacity >10kg). The criteria include maximum fuel flow rate and other
                            performance criteria.
                            Initiated March 7, 2011. Target: 2013.
     St a t u s



     Com m it t e e         Ch a ir m a n          Nico Bouwkamp
     I nf or m a t ion
                            Se cr e t a r ia t     SAE
                            SAE: St a ff
                            Su p p or t
                                                   Pat Ebejer
                            Adm in ist r a t ion


     I den t if ica t ion   SAE TI R J2 6 0 1 / 3
                                 Fu e lin g Pr ot ocols for Ga se ou s H y dr oge n Pow e r e d I n du st r ia l Tr u ck s
                            ( fo r k lift s)

     Scope                  This document provides performance requirements for fueling vehicles including
                            a pressure test method to check for leaks, pressure limits for the vehicle fueling
                            system and target pressure compensation limits to manage the effects of
                            vehicle tank temperature rise during the fueling process. Three fueling options
                            for fueling are available for the dispenser provider: (1) slow flow to service
                            pressure only, (2) a simple fixed orifice flow control system intended to provide
                            85 to 95% SOC fills at a nominal 500 to 1000 grams per minute fueling rate and
                            (3) a formula based end of fill protocol based on the Honda MC method of
                            calculating vehicle end temperature and target fill pressure. These fueling
                            methods do not require electronic communications between the vehicle and the
                            dispenser. All three dispensing protocols result in similar fueling performance
                            from the vehicle perspective. These fuelling protocols are suitable for tanks as
                            small as 20 liter water volume, tanks as large as practical, and may be used for
                            fueling stationary hydrogen storage as well as vehicle tank fueling systems. The
                            intent of this document is to: (A) to allow the deployment of simple but safe and
                            effective dispenser system for HPIT and stationary hydrogen storage system
                            fueling and (B) enable the advanced user of the document to be able to
                            characterize vehicle fueling systems with an distinct MC number and then be
                            able to fit the range of captive fleet based vehicles into common fuel dispensing
                            protocol with a higher target SOC than achievable with the simpler systems.




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     St a t u s
                            Initiated March 7, 2011. Target: 2012.


     Com m it t e e         Ch a ir m a n          Robert Boyd
     I nf or m a t ion
                            Se cr e t a r ia t     SAE
                            SAE: St a ff
                            Su p p or t
                                                   Pat Ebejer
                            Adm in ist r a t ion


     I den t if ica t ion   SAE J2 7 1 9
                              H y dr oge n Qu a lit y Gu id e lin e
                              For Fu e l Ce ll V e h icle s

     Scope                  This Standard provides background information and a hydrogen fuel quality
                            standard for commercial proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell vehicles.
                            This Report also provides background information on how this standard was
                            developed by the Hydrogen Quality Task Force (HQTF) of the Interface Working
                            Group (IWG) of the SAE Fuel Cell Standards Committee.


     St a t u s             Published in September 2011. (Originally issued in 2005, and revised in 2008.)
                            Available at www.sae.org.

                            This document is now the commodity standard for hydrogen vehicle fuel, and
                            will also be adopted by the State of California


     Com m it t e e         Ch a ir m a n        Mike Steele
     I nf or m a t ion      Se cr e t a r ia t   SAE
                            Se cr e t a r y




     I den t if ica t ion   SAE J2 7 8 3
                              Liqu id H y dr oge n Su r fa ce V e h icle
                              Re fu e lin g Con n e ct ion D e v ice s


     Scope                  This standard will be the liquid counterpart to J2600.
                            Just as J2600 is related to ISO 17268, J2783 will be related to ISO 13984.


     St a t u s             New activity.
                            No activity as of January 2012.


     I den t if ica t ion   J2 7 9 9 - TI R
                               7 0 M Pa Com p r e sse d H yd r oge n
                               Su r fa ce V e h icle Re fu e lin g Con n e ct ion D e v ice
                               a n d Opt ion a l V e h icle t o St a t ion Com m u n ica t ion

     Scope                  This technical information report specifies a guideline for the hardware
                            requirements for fueling a Hydrogen Surface Vehicle (HSV) with compressed
                            hydrogen storage at a Nominal Working Pressure of 70MPa. It contains a
                            description of the receptacle geometry and optional communication hardware
                            and communications protocol to refuel the HSV. The intent of this document is
                            to enable harmonized development and implementation of the hydrogen fueling




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                        interfaces. It is intended to be utilized for the hydrogen vehicle field evaluation
                        until enough information is collected to enable standardardization. The
                        receptable portion of this TIR is to be reevaluated utilizing international field
                        data in approximately 2 years and subsequently superseded by J2600 in the
                        2009 timeframe. At that time, input would be gathered from international
                        locations through the representation in the SAE Fuel Cell Committee in order to
                        confirm the final decision regarding the direction of the receptacle and
                        communications standard. The communications portion of the TIR is also to be
                        reevaluated utilizing international field data and subsequently superseded by
                        J2601. It is anticipated that the communications protocol and hardware could be
                        standardized before the above mentioned timeframe. It is not the intent of this
                        document to imply a position regarding the commercial fueling protocol,
                        communications, or non-communication strategy, but simply serves as a
                        reference for the receptacle hardware and IRDA communications if this strategy
                        is selected. In addition, it is not intended to be referenced by other Standard
                        and/or Code organizations.

     St a t u s         Published May 2007. Available at www.sae.org
                        A Revision is underway.




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     So cie t y o f A u t o m o t iv e En g in e e r s
     Fu e l Ce ll St a n d a r d s Co m m it t e e


     I den t if ica t ion   SAE J 2 9 1 9
                                TI R for Com pr e sse d H y dr oge n Fu e l Sy st e m s in Fu e l Ce ll Pow e r e d
                            I n du st r ia l Tr u ck s

     Scope                  The purpose of this document is to define design, construction, production,
                            operational and maintenance requirements for hydrogen systems in industrial
                            trucks and equipment. The standard defines requirements for compressed
                            hydrogen storage systems and hydrogen processing systems as used by fuel
                            cell power systems.

                            This document is being created to:
                             Fill a recognized gap in safety standards created by the increasing usage of
                            compressed hydrogen powered industrial vehicles, and
                             Highlight and document the hydrogen fuel system cycle life differences
                            between this application and those current standards written for light-duty, on-
                            road passenger vehicles.

                            Similar to SAE J2579 (light duty vehicles).
     St a t u s             Initiated activity October 2009.




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     CSA America HPIT1
       Compressed Hydrogen Powered Industrial Trucks (forklifts) On- Board Fuel Storage and
     Handling Components
        Under Development
        United States




     Or ga n iz a t ion     CSA America


     I den t if ica t ion   CSA America HPIT 1
                            Compressed Hydrogen Powered Industrial Trucks On-board Fuel Storage and
                            Handling Components



     Scope                  This TAG shall develop standard(s) which provides performance based criteria
                            and applicable details of construction for serially produced compressed
                            hydrogen gas fuel storage and handling components constructed entirely of new
                            unused parts and materials. This applies to powered industrial trucks powered
                            by fuel cells or internal combustion engines. Such components include, but are
                            not limited to (1) refillable containers intended only for the storage of
                            compressed hydrogen for powered industrial truck operation, (2) pressure relief
                            devices produced for use on compressed hydrogen fuel containers, and (3)
                            other fuel handling system components. This TAG is intended to develop
                            coverage to supplement the provisions contained in the existing hydrogen
                            component documents listed below and provides coverage specific to powered
                            industrial truck applications.

                               Compressed Hydrogen Gas Vehicle Fuel Containers (CSA America HGV2)
                               Pressure Relief Devices for Compressed Hydrogen Vehicle Fuel Containers
                            (CSA America HPRD1)
                             Fuel System Components for Compressed Hydrogen Powered Vehicles (CSA
                            America HGV 3.1)



     St a t u s             Expected to be published as a Tentative Interim Requirement (TIR) in March
                            2012.

                            Contact: Josip Novkovic, CSA




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     CSA America HPIT2
       Compressed Hydrogen Station and Components for Fueling Industrial Trucks (forklifts)
        Under Development
        United States




     Or ga n iz a t ion     CSA America


     I den t if ica t ion   CSA America HPIT 2
                            Compressed Hydrogen Station and Components for Fueling Industrial Trucks



     Scope                  This TAG shall develop standard(s) which provides mechanical and electrical
                            features and construction of newly manufactured systems that dispense
                            hydrogen gas for powered industrial trucks, intended primarily to dispense fuel
                            directly into the powered industrial truck fuel storage container.
                            This TAG is intended to develop coverage to supplement the provisions
                            contained in the existing hydrogen fueling station and component documents
                            listed below and provides coverage specific to powered industrial truck
                            applications.
                                  Compressed Hydrogen Dispensers (CSA America HGV 4.1)
                                  Hoses and Hose Assemblies (CSA America HGV 4.2)
                                  Fueling Parameter Verification (CSA America HGV 4.3)
                                  Breakaway Devices for Hoses (CSA America HGV 4.4)
                                  Priority and Sequencing Equipment (CSA America HGV 4.5)
                                  Manually Operated Valves (CSA America HGV 4.6)
                                  Automatic Pressure Operated Valves (CSA America HGV 4.7)
                                  Hydrogen Gas Vehicle Fueling Station Compressor (CSA America HGV
                            4.8)
                                  Hydrogen Fueling Station Guideline (CSA America HGV 4.9)
                                  Hydrogen Fittings, (CSA America HGV 4.10)



     St a t u s             Activity will begin in 2012 after completion of CSA HGV4.3.

                            Contact: Steve Tucky, CSA




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      International Electrotechnical Commission
        Fuel cell systems for forklift applications
         Under Development
        International




     Or ga n iz a t ion      Technical Committee No. 105 -Fuel Cell Technologies


     I den t if ica t ion    Working Group #6
                             IEC 62282-4-100
                             Fuel cell systems for forklift applications – Safety requirements, environmental
                             aspects and test procedures
                             IEC 62282-4-200
                             Fuel cell systems for forklift applications – Performance requirements and test
                             procedures


     Scope




     St a t u s              An organizational meeting was held in September 2011.

                             The 1st draft will combine relevant requirements from UL 2267, Fuel Cell Power
                             Syst em s for I nst allat ion in I ndust rial Trucks, and IEC 62282-5. Port able Fuel
                             Cell Appliances – Safet y.

                             Target dates:

                                Committee Draft                 June 2012
                                International Standard        March 2014.




     Com m it t e e          Ch a ir m a n        George Tsotridis
     I nf or m a t ion
                             Se cr e t a r ia t
                             Se cr e t a r y




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     EUROCAE WG80 / SAE AE-7AFC
       Aircraft Hydrogen Fuel Cells
         Under Development




     Or ga n iz a t ion      Joint Activity
                             European Organization for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE)
                             Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)



     I den t if ica t ion
                             EUROCAE Working Group 80
                             SAE AE-7AFC
                             Aircraft Hydrogen Fuel Cell Systems




     Scope                   To develop guidelines to support qualification and certification of hydrogen fuel
                             cell systems for civil aircraft applications. The Working Group will:

                                    Develop safety guidelines related to issues of hydrogen (and oxygen) fuel
                                     cell integration on board aircraft.
                                    Review of existing power system functions and installation / safety
                                     requirements and review of these requirements against fuel cell
                                     characteristics (e.g., fire detection and extinguishing).
                                    Consider associated issues of aircraft infrastructure requirements.




     St a t u s              The activity began in October 2008, met twice in 2009, and plans three
                             meetings in 2010. The Working Group is working toward deliverables by the end
                             of 2011 to allow EASA and FAA to start with rulemaking activities.



     Com m it t e e          Chairman       Hans-Dieter Hansen (Airbus-Deutschland)
     I nf or m a t ion       Information    SAE Co-Chair Giday Gimay (Boeing)
                             Secretary      Chris Ford (Quinetiq)




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     Germanischer Lloyd Aktiengesellschaft
       Rules for Classification and Construction – Ship Technology




     Scope              An interactive Microsoft Windows-based information and calculation system for
                        ship technology.
                        It includes: Guidelines for t he Use of Fuel Cell Syst em s on Board Ships and
                        Boat s.


     St a t u s         See link: http://www.gl-
                        group.com/infoServices/rules/pdfs/english/ergvors/teil-3/kap-
                        11/englisch/inhalt.pdf




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                       Co d e s & St a n d a r d s – U S A ( Fe d e r a l Go v e r n m e n t )

                                             US N a vy/ US Coa st Gu a r d
                                   Code s a n d St a n da r ds for M a r ine Fue l Ce lls


                                         Fin a l Re por t Ju ly 2 0 0 0 - Fe b 2 0 0 1
                                           Re por t N u m be r : CG- D - 1 1 - 0 1




                      Scope           This report documents a survey of US and international regulatory
                                      bodies, government agencies, and commercial and military
                                      sources for existing and developing codes and standards
                                      applicable to marine fuel cell power plants. The survey is part of
                                      the joint US Navy/US Coast Guard program to develop fuel cells
                                      for marine propulsion and electrical power generation applications.

                                      Standards tailored to marine fuel cell design and construction,
                                      installation, and operations do not currently exist. Existing land-
                                      based fuel cell standards and marine standards for balance of
                                      plant systems are examined for potential applicability to marine
                                      fuel cells. The report appendices include excerpts of these
                                      standards. In addition, standard development efforts by
                                      international committees and ship classification societies are
                                      documented.

                                      The report outlines an approach to develop a unified standard
                                      governing marine fuel cells. A partnership between fuel cell
                                      manufacturers, shipbuilders, government regulatory bodies, and
                                      ship classification societies is recommended to facilitate
                                      integration of requirements unique to fuel cells with requirements
                                      specific to machinery systems operating in the marine
                                      environment. The unified standard would address, as a minimum,
                                      fuel cell design and manufacture, installation, safety, training, and
                                      plant performance evaluation.


                      St a t u s      Published February 2001. Available through NTIS (National
                                      Technical Information Service); www.ntis.gov. NTIS Order
                                      Number: ADA391977




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