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During this week-long hydrogen summer school, you will learn all about the hydrogen value chain and experience first-hand a hydrogen valley, the Green Hysland Project, on the beautiful island of Mallorca. This visit will be a source of inspiration to help in designing, planning and implementing your own hydrogen valley in groups.
We begin in Barcelona, where you will learn about the regional developments in hydrogen from hydrogen production, transport, storage and end-uses. Throughout the week, there will be interactive group activities to put your knowledge into practice, including our Offshore Energy Game and Hydrogen Valley Case Study. We conclude the week on the island of Mallorca to discover the deployment of a hydrogen ecosystem, and work in groups to build a hydrogen valley guided by our experts.
The Hydrogen Valley Summer School is comprised of expert presentations, group discussions and activities, and a case study on Hydrogen Valleys with an expedition to the Green Hysland Project on the island of Mallorca.
Hydrogen Valleys have started to form first regional ‘hydrogen economies’, as bottom-up stepping stones in the development of the new hydrogen economy. Over the last few years, the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) has been setting up, in collaboration with European cities and regions, so-called Hydrogen Valleys – a concept that aims to enable the emergence of locally integrated hydrogen ecosystems for climate change mitigation and regional economic development.
Hydrogen Valleys are spread across a defined geographic scope and cover a substantial part of the value chain, from hydrogen production, storage and transport to its end use in various sectors (industry, mobility, built-environment).
This hydrogen summer school is intended for young professionals inside and outside of the energy sector and for professionals just entering the energy working world.
This programme is divided into 2 modules at 2 locations.