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Quinto apputamento webinar dedicato alla filiera dell’idrogeno: L’IDROGENO PER LA MOBILITA’ DI MERCI E PERSONE

ENERGIA DALL’IDROGENO

L’idrogeno per la mobilità di merci e persone

H2IT – in collaborazione con  ANIMAAssolombarda, FAST ed EEN – organizza 5 webinar gratuiti  dedicati alla filiera dell’idrogeno.

Si tratta di 5 appuntamenti dedicati, nei quali le voci dell’industria e della ricerca protagoniste dello sviluppo del settore in Italia, illustreranno come si sta delineando la filiera dell’idrogeno e quali sono le opportunità di mercato per il nostro Paese.

QUARTO Appuntamento

#L’IDROGENO PER LA MOBILITA’ DI MERCI E PERSONE

9 luglio 2020 | ore 10.30 – 13.00

Il quinto appuntamento è dedicato al tema della mobilità; l’idrogeno avrà un ruolo chiave nel raggiungere gli obiettivi di riduzione delle emissioni climalteranti ed inquinanti del settore dei trasporti e rappresenta un’opportunità per la mobilità su strada, ferroviaria e marittima. Questo webinar offrirà una panoramica delle più avanzate applicazioni idrogeno per il trasporto e delle infrastrutture dedicate al rifornimento.

Luigi Crema, Head of ARES Unit – Fondazione Bruno Kessler

PRIMA PARTE

Michela Capoccia, Responsabile Innovazione Transizione Energetica e Mobilità Sostenibile – SAPIO

Valter Alessandria, Business Development Director – ALSTOM

Lodovico Sinchetto, Innovation Powertrain Director – FPT Industrial

Paolo Guglia, Senior Project Manager R&I  – FINCANTIERI

Tavola rotonda prima parte

SECONDA PARTE

Luigi Gargiulo, Sustainable Mobility Director – ENI

Edoardo Torinese, EV Strategy Manager – HYUNDAI

Cristiano Musi, CEO – LANDI RENZO

Tavola rotonda seconda parte

La partecipazione ai webinar è a numero chiuso e gratuita, previa iscrizione online.
Per ragioni tecniche della piattaforma, occorre effettuare una registrazione per ciascun appuntamento di interesse.

È necessario iscriversi entro il giorno precedente ed è opportuno verificare i seguenti requisiti: una connessione internet veloce (ADSL), un browser aggiornato e una connessione audio-video.

Vi aspettiamo numerosissimi!

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First courses for H2 Fuel Cell for Transport in Belgium (KnowHy)

First courses for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen applications (KnowHy) – specialisation course: H2 Fuel Cell for Transport

After completing the First courses for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen applications (KnowHy) – Core module course

Interested participants could start the specialisation course: H2 Fuel Cell for Transport

Register here

The context, components, system, the risks and maintenance

The transport sector is now the largest consumer of petroleum products, the second emitter of greenhouse gases and remains an important emitter of pollutants: HC, NOx, CO and fine particles. As an answer, manufacturers improved the post-treatment of engine gases and are developing the use of alternative fuels, electricity and hydrogen as energy sources. Among these solutions, the combined use of hydrogen and PEM fuel cells offers two advantages: zero local emissions and a larger autonomy compared to batteries. Following this idea, this course is designed to provide technical information about fuel cell vehicles and, very important, about safety aspects related to vehicle technology, workshop and working procedures. The course is therefore divided into several units that include:

  • The description of the transport sector and the reasons why new technologies become more affordable for the market
  • The basic principles of a PEM fuel cell for vehicle
  • Components related to the hydrogen system, from the high-pressure tank to the fuel cell
  • Components related to the EV, from the fuel cell to the electric machine
  • Overview of the powertrain as a system taking into account safety aspects, schematic diagrams and chassis design
  • Description of the vehicle maintenance taking into account safety aspects, ordinary maintenance, block diagrams, diagnostic and troubleshooting

After completing the course, the student will be able to:

  • Write a list of the components of a fuel cell powertrain and for each explains the technology, the role in the system and the associated safety device
  • Describe most usual chassis designs of fuel cell vehicles
  • Read and analyse the system operation through technical drawings: wiring & block diagrams
  • Relate to the safety aspects of hydrogen & high voltage
  • Demonstrate the ability to initiate troubleshooting scenarios through the analysis of technical information, observations and measurements

The qualification obtained is “Certificate of Knowledge in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology for Technicians: the H2 fuel cell for transport applications”.

General information:
  • Each course is divided into two modules: the core module. And after the compilation the core module, the student starts to follow the specialisation module.
  • The course will require approximately 100 hours of student effort, of which there will be 40 hours dedicated to the core module and 60 hours to a specialisation module.
  • For the online part of the courses, the indicated date is the starting date of the course.
  • For the practical part of the course, (8/5/2017) the indicated date is the fixed date for the one-day practical session, which is taking place in-person.
  • The online course should be completed before the practical session
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First courses for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen applications (KnowHy) in Portugal

First courses for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen applications (KnowHy) – Core module course
KnowHy brings together practical training in hydrogen, Fuel Cells and their applications with serious games and an interactive e-learning platform. This unique opportunity enables a student to be able to study a choice of modules, and study them at their pace while remaining in full-time employment. Each student has to study a core module, which builds the basics of the technology and then they have an opportunity to choose a specialisation.
The course will require approximately 100 hours of student effort, of which there will be 40 hours dedicated to the core module and 60 hours to a specialisation module. The contact time will be split between the e-platform and hands-on training sessions. The course cost normally varies based on the country and the fee waivers available at the time of the course. For the first course run, in some countries, courses are available with full fee waivers.

Main features:

  • Six courses comprising of one common core module and five specialisations focused on market roll-out applications
  • Courses available in 7 different languages: Dutch, French, English, Spanish, Italian, German & Portuguese; and in multiple countries
  • Comfortable e-learning format for active technicians
  • Tutoring, Serious games and Practical training to complement the lessons
  • Affordable and easily adaptable training format
After completing  Core module course

Interested participants could join one of the specialisation courses:

General information:
  • Each course is divided into two modules: the core module. And after the compilation the core module, the student starts to follow the specialisation module.
  • The course will require approximately 100 hours of student effort, of which there will be 40 hours dedicated to the core module and 60 hours to a specialisation module.
  • For the online part of the courses, the indicated date is the starting date of the course.
  • For the practical part of the course, (19/4/2017) the indicated date is the fixed date for the one-day practical session, which is taking place in-person.
  • The online course should be completed before the practical session
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First courses for H2 Fuel Cell for Transport in Portugal (KnowHy)

First courses for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen applications (KnowHy) – specialisation course: H2 Fuel Cell for Transport

After completing the First courses for Fuel Cells and Hydrogen applications (KnowHy) – Core module course

Interested participants could start the specialisation course: H2 Fuel Cell for Transport

Register here

The context, components, system, the risks and maintenance

The transport sector is now the largest consumer of petroleum products, the second emitter of greenhouse gases and remains an important emitter of pollutants: HC, NOx, CO and fine particles. As an answer, manufacturers improved the post-treatment of engine gases and are developing the use of alternative fuels, electricity and hydrogen as energy sources. Among these solutions, the combined use of hydrogen and PEM fuel cells offers two advantages: zero local emissions and a larger autonomy compared to batteries. Following this idea, this course is designed to provide technical information about fuel cell vehicles and, very important, about safety aspects related to vehicle technology, workshop and working procedures. The course is therefore divided into several units that include:

  • The description of the transport sector and the reasons why new technologies become more affordable for the market
  • The basic principles of a PEM fuel cell for vehicle
  • Components related to the hydrogen system, from the high-pressure tank to the fuel cell
  • Components related to the EV, from the fuel cell to the electric machine
  • Overview of the powertrain as a system taking into account safety aspects, schematic diagrams and chassis design
  • Description of the vehicle maintenance taking into account safety aspects, ordinary maintenance, block diagrams, diagnostic and troubleshooting

After completing the course, the student will be able to:

  • Write a list of the components of a fuel cell powertrain and for each explains the technology, the role in the system and the associated safety device
  • Describe most usual chassis designs of fuel cell vehicles
  • Read and analyse the system operation through technical drawings: wiring & block diagrams
  • Relate to the safety aspects of hydrogen & high voltage
  • Demonstrate the ability to initiate troubleshooting scenarios through the analysis of technical information, observations and measurements

The qualification obtained is “Certificate of Knowledge in Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology for Technicians: the H2 fuel cell for transport applications”.

General information:
  • Each course is divided into two modules: the core module. And after the compilation the core module, the student starts to follow the specialisation module.
  • The course will require approximately 100 hours of student effort, of which there will be 40 hours dedicated to the core module and 60 hours to a specialisation module.
  • For the online part of the courses, the indicated date is the starting date of the course.
  • For the practical part of the course, (9/6/2017) the indicated date is the fixed date for the one-day practical session, which is taking place in-person.
  • The online course should be completed before the practical session
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