Over 180 participants registered for the first NS HyMaP webinar on 25 May 2021. Jon Jordan started the webinar with a welcome and introduction to the webinar. He outlined the work of the North Sea Hydrogen Ports and Maritime Community (NS HyMaP) which began as an Information Exchange in April 2020 and is now a membership based association that promotes the increased use of hydrogen in the ports and maritime sector as an effective and efficient way of achieving climate neutrality in one of the EU’s most important maritime regions.
Enrique Giron from the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Joint Undertaking (FCH-JU) outlined the work of the FCH-JU and its promotion of a wide range of hydrogen including the funding of large green hydrogen projects. His presentation can be found here: Enrique’s presentation
The webinar then looked at two of the largest projects that are being developed in the North Sea Region. Jasper Rigter outlined the work being done in the NortH2 project in the Northern Netherlands and his presentation can be found here: Jasper’s presentation
The next project is the AquaVentus project which is a collection of projects and will eventually stretch from the German Bight to the Dogger Bank and is centred on Heligoland. Christine Partmann from the project management made the presentation. Christine’s presentation can be found here: Christine’s presentation
A replay of the webinar can be found here: https://event.webinarjam.com/t/click/9kyzqira4a6aytrtou7
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