Local and regional authorities interested in exploring hydrogen solutions to reduce air pollution and noise will be brought together next month in a series of informal online exchanges and presentations in a bid to advance hydrogen agendas.
Part of the Everywh2ere project, the online exchange will deep dive with group members into several key aspects for integrating hydrogen solutions into their planning, such as the possible role of hydrogen in the sustainable energy mix, hydrogen in the urban context, opportunities for local authorities related to national hydrogen strategies, and how to use hydrogen for a more sustainable building and construction sector.
The group is open for all local authorities who would like to network with peers on developing, advancing and promoting their local hydrogen agenda, or wish to host one of the portable, zero-emission, zero-noise hydrogen fuel cell generators developed by Everywh2ere to replace diesel generators for energising temporary events, such as construction sites, festivals, concerts, and harbours.
Everywh2ere is a five-year demonstration to market project aiming to prove fuel cell equipped gensets’ reliability via a robust and EU widespread demonstration campaign.
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