New webinar in November Following their successful series of webinars, Action Renewables is delighted to launch on November 27, a webinar on behalf of SEAFUEL, an EU Interreg Atlantic Area Hydrogen project. A wide range of experts will participate to demonstrate the viability of hydrogen as an alternative fuel, its long term benefits and opportunities for the scaled-up production and use of hydrogen in Spain, its islands and beyond.

To deliver net-zero by 2050, it is essential that industry, investors and academia increase and coordinate their efforts to reduce the costs associated with hydrogen and its related applications. Now is the time to deploy hydrogen infrastructure and scale-up manufacturing capacities in order to achieve competitive costs, mass-market acceptance and spur economic recovery. Governments need to establish a role for hydrogen in their long-term energy strategies with the support of large-scale deployment initiatives. These initiatives should use current activities as a platform to scale their success at a national and global stage.

The speakers for this session are Pau Farras, Lecturer in Inorganic Chemistry at NUI Galway & Lead Partner in SEAFUEL, Richard Stevenson, Development Projects Manager at INOVYN and Partner in HyNet, Lúgh O’Braonain, Research Director at Energy Co-Operatives Ireland & Seafuel Partner in SEAFUEL, Maria Jaen Caparros, Innovation & New Energies Project Coordinator at Enagas, Aaron Kernohan, Senior Project Manager at Action Renewables.

Spaces for this event are limited so please register early to secure your spot. This webinar will be hosted via Zoom Webinar. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email. Further details on how to join the event on 27th November 2020 at 10.30 am will be sent to your registered email prior to the start date.

More information and registration here