GENCOMM, SEAFUEL, and HUGE Projects present a unique Hydrogen Triple Alliance, aiming to secure a wider reach, extending into other communities and combining data from these three green hydrogen projects.

The alliance will integrate their resources to enlarge the Community Hydrogen Forum (CH2F), share expertise and amplify the different resources developed in the projects, and most importantly, deliver enhanced benefits for European communities.

The Hydrogen Triple Alliance is a natural step in driving the green hydrogen transition. In order to progress and reach current climate goals, co-operation is a must and the ideas used in the projects currently being deployed can be utilised as an inspiration for other local communities.

With the above in mind, the alliance will present the The Hydrogen Triple Alliance Webinar “How Can Renewables Sustain Resilient Communities? Utilising hydrogen to increase coastal sustainability” on 18th February 2021 at 10:00 GMT/11:00 CET.

About The Webinar

Mobility is essential for the development of any community. It is the lifeblood of economic and social activity, enabling people to access goods, services, information, and employment. Mobility for communities is essential for sustainability.

Energy security is also essential for the survival of an island community. Security of energy includes the provision of available, affordable, reliable and environmentally balanced energy supply that is properly governed and socially acceptable.

In this webinar, Hydrogen Triple Alliance will examine how energy equity is a constant challenge for communities, especially in addressing mobility and how these challenges can be addressed through the use of green hydrogen as an energy vector.


10:00 – 10:15: The Hydrogen Triple Alliance – Introductory video.
Welcome & Introductions, Paul McCormack, GenComm

10:15 – 10:35: Zero emission road transport, Irene García Fernández, SEAFUEL

10:35 – 10:55:  Sustainable Maritime Transports, Avril Ní Shearcaigh,​​​​​ HUGE

10:55 – 11:15: The opportunity for low carbon air transport, Ian Williamson, GenComm

11:15 – 11:35: The Community Hydrogen Forum CH2F, Dr. Rory Monaghan, GenComm

11:35 – 11:45: Interreg Directors – collaborating to meet Europe’s energy challenges

11:45 – 12:00: Q&A

Please click below to register for the webinar:

10:00 h
Welcome to SEAFUEL event & Hydrogen Triple Alliance
10:30 h
Pau Farras
10:50 h
Moving towards sustainable islands
Jan Cornillie - EU Clean Islands Initiative
11:10 h
Clean islands transition linked to sustainable tourism
John Dale Beckley – Canary Green
11:30 h
Hydrogen innovation in islands
Pedro Casero - Hydrogen Europe Research
Green hydrogen production from solar and seawater
11:45 h
Bill Ireland – Logan Energy
Wind to hydrogen, on-shore vs off-shore
Frank Adams - GICON
12:05 h
Marine Energy harvesting to hydrogen
Diana Raine – Smart Hydrogen Consulting
12:25 h
Panel discussion and Q&A audience
12:45 h
Lunch break – poster showcase
13:15 h
Hydrogen Island Roadmaps – The Tenerife case
Josh Williamson – HyEnergy
14:30 h
HGV mobility in islands, infrastructure deployment
Jon Bjorn Skúlason – New Icelandic Energy
14:50 h
Hydrogen Islands, opportunities and challenges
Implementation of a hydrogen project, refuelling urban buses
Andrew Morrisson - Energia
15:10 h
Hydrogen fuel cells as a reliable power supply
Santiago Díaz - Instituto Tecnológico de Canarias
15:30 h
REXH2: The on-board solution for zero-emission navigation
Fernando Szabados – EODev
15:50 h
An all-island approach, the Mallorca Case
María Jaén - Enagas
16:10 h
Panel discussion and Q&A audience
16:30 h
Room Cibeles, Cleopatra Hotel
10:10 h
Strategy for the Atlantic islands
Ismael Morán-García - Joint Secretariat INTERREG Atlantic Area
Delivering of green hydrogen for mobility, maritime and remote energy production
Marc Lavine - Sunrhyse
16:50 h
March 31
10:30 h
SEAFUEL H2 Refuelling Station presentation • ITER’s CEO: Eduardo Ballesteros • SEAFUEL coordinator: Pau Farras Visit to the pilot plant
11:30 h
Visit to other ITER’s facilities (Photovoltaics laboratory, D-ALiX, supercomputer TeideHPC - TBC)
12:30 h
Cocktail at ITER’s Visitor Centre
SEAFUEL Hydrogen Refuelling Station Launch
April 01
08:30 h
Welcome and Registration SOLAR2CHEM event
09:00 h
08:55 h
Opening Remarks
Prof. Gabriele Centi – University of Messina
Prof. Alexander Cowan – University of Liverpool
11:00 h
09:35 h
10:25 h
10:10 h
Prof. Adélio Mendes – University of Porto
Prof. Sophia Haussener – École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Dr. Fatwa F. Abdi – Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin
lunch BREAK
12:35 h
11:35 h
Dr. Luis Villalba – CTO of Sunrgyze project
Dr. Gaia Neri – Enapter
13:45 h
13:10 h
14:55 h
14:20 h
Round-table discussion, Q&A, Closing remarks
16:55 h
15:10 h
Poster session