The Hy2Green partners gathered for the second transnational meeting in Rome (Italy) on November 20-21, 2018 to discuss the results obtained from the analysis on industry trends and niche markets of renewable hydrogen technologies and country barriers. Additionally, this meeting was the starting point for the development of the Hy2Green training programme. The Hy2Green project is made up of a Consortium of universities and companies, including: University of Cyprus, Universitá degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi (Italy), MAHYTEC Sarl (France), ARIEMA Energía y Medioambiente S.L.(Spain), INOMA Renovables S.L. (Spain) and University of Huelva (Spain, coordinator). It has been endowed with a total budget of 197,647 € and will have a total duration of 36 months (2017-2020). During this first year of Hy2Green project, the Consortium has developed a survey questionnaire regarding renewable hydrogen technology, focusing on industry trends, niche markets, and country barriers. Further on, the questionnaire pursues to know the point of view of different actors of this sector to meet the required skills of future professionals in the renewable hydrogen sector. The participants in the questionnaires were 126 students, 42 professors and 31 companies from different nationalities. The obtained results will be discussed in the second Consortium meeting. In addition to this study, during the meeting, the Consortium will decide the main topics to be included in the Hy2Green training programme.

The Hy2Green project is an Erasmus+ project (European programme) focusing on education, training, youth and sport, which is active in the period 2014-2020. The Hy2Green project has been funded under Key Action 2, specifically as a strategic partnership to support the development, transfer and/or implementation of innovative practices, as well as the implementation of joint initiatives to promote cooperation, peer learning and exchange of experiences at European level.

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