ZAGREB, February 17, 2020 – The recently founded Croatian Association for Hydrogen Energy is organising Hydrogen Week, which will take place as part of an informal meeting of the EU environment and energy council from 26 to 28 April in Split and on 30 April 2020 in Zagreb, the Croatian Association for Hydrogen Energy has reported.
The Croatian Association for Hydrogen Energy is a member of Hydrogen Europe, which makes it Croatia’s official representative in that leading European association for hydrogen. One of the first projects of the Croatian Association is Hydrogen Week, which is being organised under the auspices of the Ministry of Environment and Energy.
The Association for Hydrogen Energy was founded as an industrial-academic partnership with the aim of promoting the development of the Croatian economy in the field of hydrogen technologies, namely the production, storage, distribution and use of hydrogen. The Association will promote hydrogen technologies as key components of an environmentally-friendly and clean industry, as well as of a sustainable economy.
The president of the Croatian Association for Hydrogen Energy is Professor Frano Barbir of the Faculty of electrical and mechanical engineering and naval architecture in Split.
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