During the webinar, project partners will present an overview of the entire H2Nodes project, summarizing the status of hydrogen for transportation along the North Sea-Baltic Corridor. Conclusions based on experience acquired through the trial will be discussed as well as achievements, final outcomes, and lessons learnt for future development of hydrogen transport. "Analysis of cost-effective routes for cities moving towards sustainable transport" will be presented for the first time.
The webinar is also an opportunity for European stakeholders to investigate potential collaborative future projects prior to calls from the EU institutions to co-finance hydrogen projects in 2022 and beyond. The webinar is aimed at decisions makers from the public and private sectors which would be involved in the development of hydrogen mobility projects on the TEN-T North Sea-Baltic Core Network Corridor.
The webinar will take place via video conference, with dial-in details to be shared in advance.
You may find the agenda attached. Please register here.
The H2Nodes project looks into planning and realising a chain of hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS) and boosting demand for fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) along the North Sea-Baltic core network corridor. The project deploys hydrogen infrastructure and stimulates a market for hydrogen demand in Arnhem, the Netherlands, Rīga, Latvia and Pärnu, Estonia.