Alternative Fuels: Production Technologies & Uses of Hydrogen

    Dates: 28 April, 9:00 – 17:15

    Alternative Fuels: Production Technologies & Uses of Hydrogen

    Hydrogen is expected to play a key role in the energy transition, and its development will happen faster than many have expected. How the transition to hydrogen will evolve, which production technologies seem more predominant based on today’s data, which alternative distribution solutions have the most potential and which are the final uses and applications of hydrogen, are some of the topics covered in this educational seminar. Undoubtedly, hydrogen is expected to play an important role in the transition to a low-emission economy.

    If you are a mechanical engineer, electrical engineer, environmental engineer, energy and climate expert, sustainable mobility expert, environmental chemist, technician, researcher, or any other professional keen on gaining knowledge on the topic of hydrogen, join us on this educational seminar and benefit:
    • At knowledge level: Gain an overview of the policy framework for hydrogen at European Level, recognize the different types of hydrogen, understand the topics of hydrogen production, storage, distribution, application, and uses.
    •At skill level: Assess opportunities for hydrogen uses, evaluate possibilities for abating greenhouse gas emissions generated at an organisation level, take an active role on your organisation’s transition to cleaner fuels.

    The seminar is certified by Human Resource Development Authority of Cyprus (HRDA).

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    Head of the Environmental Research Laboratory, Director of the Institute of Nuclear & Radiological Sciences & Technology

    • Why hydrogen
    • European policies to promote Hydrogen
    • International markets
    • Trends in alternative fuels

    • Types of hydrogen
    • Production technologies
    • Electrolysis
    • Alkaline Electrolysers (AEL)
    • Polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM)
    • Solid oxide electrolysers (SOEC)

    • Storage
    • Cylinders
    • Underground
    • Liquefaction/compression
    • Distribution
    • Trucks
    • Pipelines

    • Fuels cells
    • Gas turbines
    • Transport
    • Industry
    • Buildings

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