On 18 April, Nordic Energy Research is hosting an online workshop to collect valuable input for the project Mapping Nordic Hydrogen Valleys. In order to ensure the project’s relevance and quality, we would like to invite hydrogen stakeholders in research, industry, and policy throughout the Nordic region to provide their expertise at the workshop.

The Mapping Nordic Hydrogen Valleys project aims to create an overview of Nordic hydrogen valleys, to identify drivers and barriers for their development, and to analyse the potential for using clean hydrogen in Arctic maritime transport. At the workshop, you will have the opportunity to discuss key aspects related to developing Nordic hydrogen valleys with other hydrogen stakeholders. Thereby, participants will contribute to helping industries, authorities, and decision-makers to strengthen existing Nordic hydrogen valleys as well as support the development of new ones.

Points of discussion will include:

  • Nordic criteria for hydrogen valleys and hydrogen hotspots
  • Driving forces and hindering factors for Nordic hydrogen valley developments
  • Aspects to increase the usefulness of a digital mapping tool

Register for the workshop here

Time: 18 April at 13:00–15:30 (CEST)

Place: The workshop will be conducted via Zoom.

No preparations are needed for participation. You are welcome to forward the invitation to your contacts with an interest in these issues.

The project Mapping Nordic Hydrogen is carried out by CIT Renergy, in collaboration with a project consortium including SINTEF, VTT, and Boid and has been commissioned by the Nordic Committee of Senior Officials for Energy Policy under the Nordic Council of Ministers. The study is followed by a steering group consisting of members of the Nordic Working Group on Renewable Energy and Hydrogen, representing national ministries and agencies.