The North Netherlands and Lower Saxony are two dynamic energy regions and leaders in many areas of energy system transformation. The multifaceted topic of hydrogen is playing an increasingly important role on both sides of the border. This raises the question: What can we learn from each other? And: How can companies and researchers on both sides of the border benefit from this development and jointly exploit the cooperation potential of hydrogen technologies?
To discuss these questions, the Oldenburg Energy Cluster (OLEC) and the New Energy Coalition (NEC) are organising a workshop on 02.07.2020 from 14.00 - 16.00 h on the topic: "cross-border hydrogen cooperation potentials" within the INTERREG project "H2LinkRegions".
We cordially invite you, together with other experts, to participate in our virtual workshop in order to identify the greatest cross-border potentials in various key topics, but also to identify acute obstacles. The workshops of the project also aim to support the search for project partners for possible follow-up projects in view of the upcoming INTERREG funding period.
Our aim is to promote a common dialogue and to arouse interest in joint, concrete cross-border projects. In order to make the dialogue as focused and result-oriented as possible, we have deliberately invited only a small number of participants.
For this purpose, please register until 26.06.2020 with Ingrid Klinge, Senior Project Manager European Projects, NEC, directly via I.Klinge@newenergycoalition.org. We will then send you the access link to the web-based workshop.
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