Hydrogen is the catalyst driving Europe’s energy transition. Optimising this journey delivering SMARTH2 through valorization of the hydrogen supply chain, production, storage and use is key to creating a successful hydrogen Europe.
The GenComm Spring Series of H2 webinars is focused on SMARTH2. Looking at how Ireland can optimise GreenH2 to deliver increased benefits across the hydrogen value chain, accelerating cost reductions for hydrogen production, transmission, distribution, retail, and end applications.
Underpinned by a global shift of regulators, investors, and consumers toward decarbonization, hydrogen is receiving unprecedented interest and investments. At the beginning of 2021, over 30 countries have released hydrogen roadmaps. The industry has announced more than 200 hydrogen projects and ambitious investment plans. Governments worldwide have committed more than $70 billion in public funding.
The series of webinars will run through to 27th May and will cover such topics as hydrogen optimisation, supply, infrastructure & storage, demand & use and stakeholder engagement.
Webinar 2: Green H₂ Supply
15th April 2021 at 10:00 BST/11:00 CET
About The Webinar
Webinar #2 Green H2 Supply in the series covers the innovation pathway of production and use of this zero carbon fuel as part of our energy transition journey. True energy innovation is about developing and delivering sustainable solutions that meet community and environmental need. As part of the GenComm work in generating energy secure communities, we are optimising solutions with SMARTH2 to meet the twin goals of achieving energy security and sustainability.
This webinar looks at hydrogen generation and supply meeting mobility needs and also how it can be optimised to meet energy demands from data centres energy innovation in action.
10:00-10:10: Introduction, SMART H2, Paul McCormack, Belfast Metropolitan College & GenComm
10:10-10:30: Green H2 Supply, Mark Welsh, Energia
10:30-10:50: H2 Mobility, Robert Best, Wrightbus
10:50-11:10: Hydrogen Powering Data Centres, Simon McCormick, Echelon Data Centres
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