El Centro Nacional del Hidrógeno ha participado activamente en la 22º edición del World Hydrogen Energy Conference (WHEC 2018)

Última modificación 05 marzo, 2019

[:es]El Centro Nacional del Hidrógeno (CNH2) ha participado activamente en la 22º edición del World Hydrogen Energy Conference (WHEC), celebrada entre los pasados 17 y 22 de Junio en Rio de Janeiro.

En concreto los investigadores Dr Carlos Fúnez Guerra y Dr Emilio Nieto Gallego presentaron en dicho congreso los siguientes trabajos:

– VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF TRAINS HYDROGEN REFUELING STATIONS USING ELECTROLYZERS.

– VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF CENTRALIZED HYDROGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE PRODUCTION BY LANDFILL BIOGAS.

– VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF UNDERGROUND MINING USING GREEN HYDROGEN AS A FUEL FOR THE MACHINERY.

– NATIONAL HYDROGEN CENTRE, A fresh air within the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells sector.

– Power-to-Hydrogen and Hydrogen-to-X: midterm appraisal of the IEA HIA Task 38 accomplishments.

– Techno-economic Potentials and Market Trends for Power-to-Hydrogen and Hydrogen-to-X based on a Collaborative and International Review.

 

En el congreso WHEC han participado más de 750 personas provenientes de 51 ciudades diferentes. Se han realizado 21 sesiones plenarias, han participado 379 ponentes, 192 asistentes externos, 45 expositores, 27 medios de prensa, 33 visitantes y un staff de 60 personas para garantizar el correcto desarrollo del congreso. De los más de 750 participantes, los países con mayor representación han sido Brasil con 314, Alemania con 84, China con 56, Japón con 49, E.E.U.U. con 29, Canadá con 24 y Francia con 22. España ha tenido solo 9 representantes en este congreso, pero con participación muy activa. El próximo congreso WHEC2020 se celebrará en Copenhagen entre los días 22 y 25 de Junio de 2020.[:en]The National Hydrogen Centre (CNH2) has actively participated in the 22nd edition of the World Hydrogen Energy Conference (WHEC) held on 17th-22nd June in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).

Dr Carlos Fúnez Guerra and Dr Emilio Nieto Gallego have presented the following communications:

– VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF TRAINS HYDROGEN REFUELING STATIONS USING ELECTROLYZERS.

– VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF CENTRALIZED HYDROGEN AND CARBON DIOXIDE PRODUCTION BY LANDFILL BIOGAS.

– VIABILITY ANALYSIS OF UNDERGROUND MINING USING GREEN HYDROGEN AS A FUEL FOR THE MACHINERY.

– NATIONAL HYDROGEN CENTRE, A fresh air within the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells sector.

– Power-to-Hydrogen and Hydrogen-to-X: midterm appraisal of the IEA HIA Task 38 accomplishments.

– Techno-economic Potentials and Market Trends for Power-to-Hydrogen and Hydrogen-to-X based on a Collaborative and International Review.

More than 750 people from 51 different cities have participated in the WHEC congress. There have been 21 plenary sessions, 379 speakers, 192 external assistants, 45 exhibitors, 27 media, 33 visitors and a staff of 60 people to guarantee the correct development of the congress. The highest represented countries were Brazil with 314 representatives, 84 from Germany, 56 from China, 49 from Japan, 29 from EEUU, 24 from Canada, and 22 from France. Spain has had 9 representatives in this congress with very active participation. The next WHEC2020 congress will be held in Copenhagen between 22nd and 25th June 2020.[:]