Green H2 at the Heart of Energy Observer’s Stopover in India

By November 16, 2022 < 1   min read  (202 words)

November 16, 2022 |

Fuel Cells Works,Green H2 at the Heart of Energy Observer’s Stopover in India

Energy Observer has dropped anchor in Kochi for the 75th stopover of its round-the-world Odyssey, after a tour of South-East Asia which took the laboratory vessel to Singapore together with her exhibition village, then Vietnam, Thailand and finally to Malaysia.

The first vessel powered by renewable energy and hydrogen, the first French ambassador for the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations, arrived on November 14th in Kochi, Kerala, after 17 days of sailing and 1,645 nautical miles travelled from Langkawi, Indonesia.

An event dedicated to green hydrogen

On the occasion of the vessel’s stopover, the Energy Management Center (EMC), the state designated agency to enforce energy conservation act in Kerala, is organizing a special event: “Green hydrogen pathways to sustainable future”. This forum will bring together many Indian institutions around the challenges of green hydrogen development.

Industrialists, academics, governmental agencies, and a large panel of actors involved in the energy transition will gather for Energy Observer’s arrival during a 3-day workshop dedicated to the hydrogen value chain: production, transport, storage, maritime and land applications. Key challenges that are perfectly in line with Energy Observer’s missions.

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