GenComm Conference builds on Northern Ireland hydrogen progress

Key speakers from Translink, SGN Natural Gas and Bosch will be appearing at the closing GenComm EU energy project conference in Belfast Met next week.

The May 31 conference, at Belfast Met’s E3 campus, builds on tangible momentum this year, following Hydrogen Ireland’s first conference in Dublin, GenComm Partners publishing a report on hydrogen opportunities and GenComm’s Enabling Support Tool going live in January. The Irish Government’s Hydrogen Strategy is due to be launched in Q3.

The clean technology data analytics tool provides details on optimum decarbonisation solutions for a bus fleet based on total cost of ownership (TCO), total cost of carbon abatement (TCA) and operational demand.

Louise Warder Hunter, Chief Executive of Belfast Met, said, “Hydrogen is one of the clean energy solutions that will decarbonise Europe’s industry, transport, buildings and energy sectors, demonstrated by the ambitious targets for production of hydrogen set by the European Green Deal and REPowerEU.”

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