CEA and industrial partners want to improve their knowledge, models and risk mitigation means for the conséquences of an accidental release of hydrogen from a H2 Fuel Cell. The dispersion of helium as a replacement for hydrogen takes place in a private garage and the transient state will be studied. Different scenarios of release are considered: from a cubic idealized fuel cell, then with different aspect ratios and finally with varying main dimension. The goal is to study some scaling effects. For the first case, we will measure helium concentration with katarometres and possibly velocity fields with PIV methods. Then mitigation processes will be tested. At last comparisons with models and numerical simulations will be performed.