Estonian Hydrogen Days will be celebrated in Tartu with a multi-day program. Webinars on 5th and 6th of July are open to all interested parties.
The two-day event aims to highlight hydrogen as the fuel of the future and discuss Estonia’s position in the development of hydrogen as an energy carrier. There are practical, political and scientific topics on the table. Discussions include environmental issues and how energy companies, governments and European institutions can contribute to the development of hydrogen technologies.
Amongst others Catherine Trautmann, Coordinator for the North Sea-Baltic core network (TEN-T), Grzegors Pawelec from Hydrogen Europe and Bart Biebuyck from the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU) will present the European Union’s trends in hydrogen deplopment. Patrick Cnubben of New Energy Coalition from The Netherlands shares his practical experience in creating Hydrogen Valleys. Henrik Hololei, Director-General for Mobility and Transport, will give an overview of hydrogen in aviation.
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In addition, hydrogen powered vehicles will be shown in front of Ahhaa Science Centre on 5th of July. There are hydrogen powered cars, a hydrogen bicycle, the world’s first self-driving hydrogen bus, hydrogen drone and off-grid generators.