Professionals with academic qualifications, experience, creativity, and a strong commitment to businesses and the sector will effectively lead the energy transition through what are known as green jobs.
Renewable hydrogen is an energy carrier that can help Ireland achieve more sustainable development. Produced from renewable sources, green hydrogen generates zero CO2 emissions, making it a key clean fuel for the energy transition.
The Conference of the Parties (COP) is one of the most important diplomatic events in the world, attended by heads of state, ministers and representatives from nearly 200 countries to seek solutions in the fight against climate change
Hydrogen transport will play a crucial role in the development of a value chain around this new energy vector that joins a wide range of available renewable energies to contribute to a net-zero horizon.
In the transition towards a decarbonised and digitised economy, European funds are an invaluable economic aid, capable of accelerating projects that contribute to cohesion, sustainable and inclusive growth, job creation and care for the environment.
Renewable hydrogen and green ammonia represent two pillars for moving towards decarbonisation and energy sustainability. The goal of decarbonisation is not a single solution, rather the more technologies and alternatives we can deploy, the simpler, safer and more expeditious the process will be.