Advancing Green Skills for Hydrogen: Partners General Assembly at Politecnico di Torino

Torino, 14-16 June 2023 — The partners of the Green Skills for Hydrogen project convened for a highly productive General Assembly hosted at the prestigious Politecnico di Torino.

The event marked a significant step forward in the initiative’s mission to develop an innovative H2 Vocational Education and Training curriculum for Europe and establish the European Hydrogen Skills Community.

The vibrant H2 community is poised to serve as a dynamic platform for networking, fostering collaboration, and enabling continuous learning. This collective effort will drive progress toward a greener, more sustainable future by cultivating expertise in the vital field of hydrogen technology.

The Green Skills for Hydrogen project extends its heartfelt gratitude to its 34 partners hailing from 15 European Union Member States. Their unwavering dedication and valuable contributions have been instrumental in propelling the project toward its goal of cultivating a highly skilled workforce capable of managing the entire hydrogen value chain.

“This project is not only about education; it’s about shaping the future energy landscape of Europe,” emphasized Olaf Jedicke, team leader of the project. “With the development of a pioneering VET curriculum and the establishment of the European Hydrogen Skills Community, we are taking a significant stride towards a cleaner, more sustainable energy ecosystem.”

The Green Skills for Hydrogen initiative, funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme, is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the trajectory of Europe’s clean energy transition. Individuals, organizations, and stakeholders who share the vision of a sustainable, hydrogen-powered future are invited to join this transformative journey.

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