Written on the 21st January, 2020

A new Community promoting the use of hydrogen in the North Sea Ports and Maritime Community (NS HYMaP) will be launched at the Target Zero Conference on 11 February in Brussels. The Target Zero Conference is the Second North Sea Hydrogen Ports and Maritime Conference.  Not only will the Conference see the launch of the Community, it will include presentations on the developments in the use of hydrogen in the ports and maritime sector.  Although the last Conference was only in March 2019, there have been some exciting developments and these include the development of the Green Deal in the European Union.

An Initiative Group was formed after the first Conference held in Edinburgh. The Group is made up of both public and private sector organisations that want to see the greater use of hydrogen in the energy transition needed to combat climate change. The Group also included Enterprise Agencies.  However, with its great economic significance to the EU, the North Sea and its ports will play a major role in energy transition and the partners want to see the North Sea as a ‘test bed’ for hydrogen applications.

The Conference fee is €100 and Conference participants can opt in to join the new Community for six months at no extra cost. The Community which will begin as an Information and Knowledge Base hopes to widen its activities later in 2020.

Further details and a Booking Form for the Conference can be found on the European Policy Solutions website – just follow the link to the Seminars Page. You can also contact Jon Jordan at [email protected] or phone +44 776 476 4773

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