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“Hydrogen Economy and Technologies” program is back with 3rd edition

12 July 2021
The "Hydrogen Economy and Technologies" program is back for a 3rd edition, taking place between September 21 and October 28, 2021. The demand in this area continues to be high, which, together with the success of the first two editions of the program, motivated the commitment to the continuity of this training offer. The program is carried out with the support of Smartenergy, a company operating in the field of renewable energy.

Hydrogen has gained increasing relevance in the ongoing energy transition, playing an important role in decarbonisation and in the flexibility of energy systems.

Knowing the entire hydrogen value chain, with particular emphasis on its technical components, the different business models as well as the regulatory framework, is therefore imperative for professionals in the energy sector and other sectors of activity where the energy transition may have great impact.

Click HERE to learn about the program and find out how to apply.

Hydrogen-related offer follows demand for training

Portugal is positioning itself at the forefront of the European strategy to boost green hydrogen, and the demand for training in the area is proof of the commitment assumed by several companies in the national industrial fabric.

Among the participants of the 1st and 2nd edition of the "Hydrogen Economy and Technologies" program were employees from several companies, in the energy, industrial and mobility sectors.

For Rosário Rocha, a participant in the 2nd edition and a Prio Energy collaborator, "this training course served to enrich my knowledge and acquire new skills in the hydrogen area. In such a new and innovative topic, it was extremely gratifying to contact with great teachers from the most diverse areas”.

Ricardo Silva, from Manvia, says that participating in the program helped to understand "how my company could position itself in the face of the development that this technology is going to have or is having". "It was a very interesting and diversified course in the themes and angles of approach, greatly enriched by the high level of the teachers", he adds.

The training took place in a virtual classroom, in livestream format, which allowed it to broaden its reach, having received participants not only from Portugal, but also from Spain, Switzerland, Mexico and Angola.

Rui Sousa, from Generadora FENIX / Mota-Engil Mexico, points out that "being in an operational reality different from Europe (currently in Mexico), it was a plus to have the opportunity to participate". Uwe Herleth, from EDF Renewables, also expressed satisfaction with participation, and highlights "the excellent teachers, the real and practical cases and the whole international context".
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