Coronavirus is not stopping the World Energy Council from continuing to promote its pragmatic ‘how-to’ stance in developing a new hydrogen economy.
It recently co-hosted an online forum focussed on two main outcomes: first, the development of a catalogue of regulations and standards that need revisions for hydrogen to be able to heat homes and fuel cars within the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) region; and secondly, the facilitation of international and cross-sector strategic knowledge exchange around public acceptability and the potential of a hydrogen economy for the region.
Originally supposed to be held as an event in Geneva, the workshop was moved online due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
As the pandemic reaches most corners of the world, the World Energy Council said pulling together as a community has never been more important – to share experiences, practice and leadership.
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