European Hydrogen Academy can accelerate skills and knowledge

The prospect of launching a European Hydrogen Academy was discussed today during a Hydrogen Skills seminar on EU Research Day at EU Hydrogen Week.

Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, CEO Hydrogen Europe, said the Academy wouldn’t challenge any university but based on the model of the European Institute of Technology.

“It would bring together universities, applied science and knowledge centres to create one hub of knowledge to inspire curricula in the regions. It’s a combination of the centralised gathering of knowledge, and decentralised approach of applying it. We need to do it fast – we don’t have time to lose.”

Patrick Cnubben, Director Strategy Hydrogen College at the Green Energy Coalition, welcomed the idea of the European Academy, saying it “ticks all the boxes”.

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