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Hydrogen: Introduction by Olivier CATEURA

Hi! Thanks for joining us again. We are starting now a new topic in our MOOC “New Energy Technologies”. Stay connected and continue to learn with us. This week, we will focus on “Hydrogen energy”. You will meet 6 new experts and learn about this technology and its market issues. I’m happy to introduce the topic. Indeed, within Tenerrdis we are very active on the hydrogen business with great projects, groups and start-ups.
At the end of this week, you will be able to: - First, understand what is hydrogen and hydrogen-energy; - Identify the challenges about hydrogen development from renewables; - Then, understand how hydrogen can be an energy storage solution; - You will also analyze what are the usage of hydrogen in mobility, industry, and the social acceptance of this technology; - Then, discover who are the main actors on the market in France and in Europe; - And finally, you will learn what are the innovation projects, roadmaps and trends. Six of our experts have worked on these questions.
So you will have the opportunity to meet: - Yann BULTEL, Professor at Grenoble Institute of Technology; - Françoise BARBIER, R&D Program Director at Air Liquide; - Thibault FRANCOIS, Product Manager at Air Liquide; - Eric CLAUDE, Innovation Director at Axane; - Thierry PRIEM, Scientific Director at CEA LITEN; - Ingrid MILCENT, a colleague of mine, Innovation Manager at Tenerrdis. I’m sure you will learn a lot. Time is yours now. Have fun!
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