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Hydrogen fuel can be produced from renewable electricity, but has all the advantages of gas. It can be conveniently stored, transported in the existing gas infrastructure, and used in all those applications that are difficult to electrify, such as high-temperature industrial heating and long-distance transport.
In this three-day intensive course, held in Hamburg, Germany, you will get a complete overview of the hydrogen value chain and learn all about the latest developments.
Academic and industry experts take you on an intensive three-day tour of the exciting new world of hydrogen. You will learn all about how hydrogen can be produced, transported, stored and used in various applications such as heating and transport.
The pros, cons and risks of hydrogen will be discussed, taking into account the latest developments in technology, industry and policy, and the critical decisions that need to be taken to realise hydrogen’s potential.
The course is wrapped up with a site visit, so that participants can apply what they learned in theory to a state-of-the-art electrolysis facility.
This course will be put you fully up to speed in a field that will offer many opportunities for decades to come.
This three-day course is meant for professionals in and outside the energy sector who need to get an in-depth overview of the entire hydrogen value chain and want to learn more about the possibilities hydrogen has to offer.
Dr. Theo Fens is an independent consultant, associated partner at Deloitte Consultancy and associate partner at the Global Gas Netherlands Initiative. Since 2002 he has been senior research fellow at Technical University of Delft, Faculty Technology, Policy and Management. He specialises in strategic consultancy in the energy and utilities sector.
Dr Albert van den Noort is senior consultant at the international energy consultancy DNV GL. He has a background in chemical engineering and applied physics. He specialises in hydrogen, smart energy systems, scientific modelling and simulations, and smart grids. Prior to joining DNV GL, he worked as a researcher at Gasunie.