A forum aiming to establish a reliable, go-to source of information for all community stakeholders in the hydrogen and fuel cell space will be held next week in Dublin, Ireland.
Designed to increase engagement with hydrogen, the much-anticipated Community Hydrogen Forum (CH2F) will take place on Monday (21st October) at Dublin City University.
It will disseminate latest news on real hydrogen projects in the North West Europe region and inform communities on how hydrogen can enable growth, attract R&D investment and stimulate new cutting-edge industries, all while reducing reliance on imported and polluting fossil fuels.
CH2F will also provide information on hydrogen technology deployment and best practice, as communities strive to implement strategies to develop regional hydrogen hubs.
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