Hydrogen and the developing world

  • 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 

Over the past decade, the advent of cheaper renewables has begun to challenge the reliance on 20th-century fuels. The falling costs of renewable technologies like solar PV, wind and batteries are opening a new development pathway. Renewables are now the cheapest form of electricity generation,
beating 61% of existing coal-fired power plants on cost without financial support in 2020. As a result, the developing world now has a unique chance to leapfrog fossil fuels in the power system. Several countries have already done so or are on the cusp of tilting towards renewables to supply all or nearly all of the growth in electricity demand.

ENROLL FOR THE GEOPOLITICS OF HYDROGEN COURSE
This lecture is part of the Geopolitics of Hydrogen course, which provides a comprehensive understanding of the global dynamics related to hydrogen. Click here for more information and to enroll for this course.

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.

 

  • Tue 19 March
  • 15:00 - 16:00 (CET)
  • Energy Academy Europe
    Nijenborgh 6
    9747 AG Groningen, NL

Eric Cezne

Postdoctoral Researcher at Utrecht University