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From July 5 to 7, we organize from the CSIC a Summer Course of the Complutense University of Madrid on hydrogen technologies. These courses will be held in San Lorenzo del Escorial, Madrid. It is possible, until June 9, to apply for scholarships to attend the course.

Hydrogen as an energy carrier has great potential to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and decarbonize the economy. According to a report by the Hydrogen Council, projects related to hydrogen technologies will add up to an investment of more than 250,000 million euros worldwide until 2030. Therefore, the relevance of hydrogen is evident and justifies the celebration of this course, which will review the challenges and opportunities facing a future economy based on this energy vector. In this second edition, the course, with a duration of 3 days, will try to give an overview of hydrogen technologies in its first session (day 1). In the second (day 2), more specific aspects will be addressed, focusing on its use to achieve a more sustainable mobility, paying special attention to land, air and marine transport. This session aims to identify the challenges and opportunities that the development of low-emission hydrogen presents in relation to the decarbonization of transport. Finally, in the last session (day 3), some of the major projects that are being carried out at national-European level in relation to hydrogen and that show us both the present and the future of this promising energy vector will be shown.


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