SEAFUEL shares its experience in the inaugural seminar of the Hydrogen Utilisation & Green Energy Project
This event will be the occasion to discuss opportunities and challenges for the deployment of hydrogen technologies in peripheral areas
SEAFUEL partners will join the inaugural seminar of the Hydrogen Utilisation & Green Energy project, to enforce the importance of building links between partner regions and share experiences regarding the use of hydrogen production, distribution and use in neighbouring areas. This will be the second time that the SEAFUEL partners collaborate in the launch of a hydrogen related project in Europe, after taking part in the inaugural workshop of the Hydrogen Territories Platform, where the EU funded Building Innovative Green Hydrogen Systems in an Isolated Territory (BIG HIT) project was kicked off. This seminar will take place in Galway on the 16th of July.
This event will also be the occasion to discuss opportunities and challenges for the deployment of hydrogen technologies in rural and peripheral regions. SEAFUEL partners will share their acquired knowledge in green hydrogen production via excess wind and/or solar energy and its use in transportation. Other uses such as power-to-gas, energy storage and gas for industries, among others will also be discussed during the seminar.
You can check the agenda and register here.
SEAFUEL - sustainable integration of renewable fuels in local transportation, co-financed by the 2014-2020 INTERREG Atlantic Area programme will participate in this seminar which will launch the Hydrogen Utilisation & Green Energy (HUGE) Project, a 2014 - 2020 INTERREG VB Northern Periphery and Arctic European Hydrogen related project.
Source: SEAFUEL project
Published on: 2019-07-02
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