- Learn more about the role of hydrogen in the energy transition
- Find out about the challenges for hydrogen in geopolitics
- Expand your network with like-minded people during the hydrogen lectures
In recent years, hydrogen has risen up the agenda as a potential missing piece of the clean energy puzzle. A growing number of countries now have a national hydrogen roadmap or strategy, and a sizeable portion of the COVID-19 stimulus and recovery funds have been dedicated to the acceleration of hydrogen. At the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, 32 countries and the European Union (EU) agreed to work together to accelerate the development and deployment of clean hydrogen and ensure that “affordable renewable and low-carbon hydrogen is globally available by 2030”.
Interested in learning more about hydrogen?
The New Energy Business School offers a variety of options in hydrogen education: masterclasses, intensive courses & e-learnings. More information can be found on this page.