In order to support a clean energy economy, UiT The Arctic University of Norway is now offering courses in hydrogen and fuel cells.
TECO 2030 today (Oct 21) said it has teamed up with UiT’s Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology to back the education initiative and enhance research on the technology.
UiT is located in the same city where TECO 2030 is currently developed Norway’s first large-scale fuel cell gigafactory, from which it will support zero-emissions shipping and other heavy-duty applications.
Building on this TECO 2030 and UiT will also identify and cooperate on creating further hydrogen-related projects for marine and land-based applications to support the sector.
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