Build the skills to lead the future
As we embrace a zero-emission energy system, there is now a growing consensus that hydrogen will play a critical role in the race to decarbonisation. Hydrogen can be used to store and transport (renewable) energy efficiently. It is poised to meet a vast range of energy needs and accelerate efforts to achieve a climate-neutral economy by 2050.
As momentum gathers, demand for skills and expertise in the Hydrogen industry is set to grow exponentially. Hydrogen’s Role in the Energy Transition is an online course for forward-thinking professionals looking to leverage the innovation wave. Delivered by Energy Delta Institute and EIT InnoEnergy, this course discusses the role of Hydrogen in achieving a carbon-neutral economy by 2050. The course gives you a rock-solid understanding of all the dynamics at play: from the role of Hydrogen in the energy value chain, the actors in the context of Hydrogen production, transport, storage and end-use applications to economic, institutional, policy and regulation, safety and societal dimensions.
How you benefit
Hydrogen’s Role in the Energy Transition will empower you to:
- Critically reflect on the energy transition and the implications it has on energy systems today
- Acquire strategic insight into important building blocks of future energy systems
- Appreciate the potential role of Hydrogen within the energy transition
- Determine relevant links of the Hydrogen value chain: mainly production, transportation, storage and end-use
- Identify the end uses of hydrogen for decarbonisation in: industry, mobility, built environment
- Explain the advantages of hydrogen against other fuel carriers, especially in comparison to electrification
- Understand how Hydrogen works in power generation, energy storage, heating, industry and mobility
- Summarise the legal and policy challenges related to the use of Hydrogen
- Spot and leverage new opportunities for hydrogen.
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About the programme
Hydrogen’s Role in the Energy Transition delivers a multi-perspective understanding of the way in which Hydrogen will drive a carbon-neutral society by 2050.
You will explore the characteristics of hydrogen as a leading carbon-free candidate, together with the main actors in Hydrogen production, transport and storage and end-use application. You will also discover the technological, economic, regulatory and safety context as we look towards the future implementation of Hydrogen as a critical player in the global energy transition.
Hydrogen’s Role in the Energy Transition integrates the benefits of online, self-paced learning and interaction with faculty through virtual sessions.
The blended programme consists of a Small Private Online Course and two intensive three-hour virtual sessions, which can be taken from the participants’ usual study location.
Specifically, the online course consists of two online learning modules of five lessons each, which participants can follow at their own pace. Each lesson includes relevant reading materials. Some practice exercises are added and there will be online assessments to test your learning. This is followed by the two virtual sessions with energy experts and our academic expert, Theo Fens. During these sessions, you will be able to network with other experts and participants.
The Small Private Online Course consist of the following lessons:
- Introduction to the energy transition
- Production and supply of hydrogen
- Transportation and Storage
- Safety & Handling
- Policy and Regulatory Aspects
- Intro into end-use applications
- End-use hydrogen application in industry
- End-use hydrogen application in mobility
- End-use hydrogen application in the built environment
- Long-term potential – Hydrogen Outlook
Insights on business opportunities with hydrogen
The 3-hour virtual sessions focus on the following topics:
- Session 1: Deep-dive into the hydrogen value chain
- Session 2: Opportunities and business case work