IEA hydrogen eyes expansion of activities with new projects


The International Energy Agency (IEA)’s Hydrogen technology collaboration is proposing a major expansion of its activities through six projects.

On 8 February, IEA Hydrogen, which seeks to offer opportunities to work with international experts on hydrogen topics, set out plans for projects including renewable hydrogen production; hydrogen applications in the mining, resources and mineral processing sectors; and hydrogen from nuclear energy. It is also proposing to explore hydrogen production in wind farms, hydrogen’s expert value chains and underground hydrogen storage.

Interested parties should contact the UK’s Alternate Delegate to IEA Hydrogen, Professor Paul Dodds of University College London, and complete the National Team Survey.