Proud to host the 2nd edition of the Hydrogen Academy organized by WaterstofNet, Agfa demonstrates its commitment to growing the hydrogen economy.
After a successful first edition, WaterstofNet offers this year again the opportunity to stakeholders across the value chain to gain the latest insights in hydrogen through the Hydrogen Academy. During six evening training sessions starting October 11, specialist speakers from WaterstofNet and the industry as well as the research and academic world will cover current and future hydrogen applications, policies and regulations.
Primarily involved in advancing the efficiency of hydrogen production with its portfolio of ZIRFON membranes for alkaline electrolysis, Agfa is very pleased and honored to offer the stage for facilitating the sharing of knowledge within the broader hydrogen community in Belgium and the Netherlands.
In the autumn of 2020, despite the coronavirus, the first Hydrogen Academy took place. With three-hour long sessions held over five evenings, we deeply acquainted companies and government institutions with all aspects of hydrogen.
The knowledge shared extended from the basics of hydrogen and safety aspects to legislation and the dos and don’ts for hydrogen projects. Following the first successful edition, WaterstofNet will hold the Hydrogen Academy at least once a year.
As well as the initiatives of the Academy, a structural collaboration with education partners has been examined as a way in which to give hydrogen the place it deserves in the curriculum for higher education.
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