Introduction to Clean Hydrogen
This course runs over three days on April 14th, 19th and 22nd.
This course provides a comprehensive, time-effective and independent introduction to the subject of clean hydrogen. Covering all supply chain aspects, from competing production methods and storage and distribution challenges to sources of demand and market competition, we will cut through the hype and provide a rational perspective on the opportunities and risks ahead. The course will mix fundamental principles and metrics with up-to-date examples and trends, providing a knowledge base that you can apply wherever your hydrogen journey may take you. There will be plenty of opportunity for questions and discussion of the key issues.
WHY TRAIN WITH US?
- Our trainer is the lead trainer for the World Hydrogen Leaders network.
- Our course is delivered virtually but with a live tutor so you can interact, ask questions and get the most out of the training.
- Our online classes are limited to 12 people to enable meaningful engagement.
- Our small classes will let you interact with other participants and network while you learn.
ABOUT THE TRAINER
The course trainer Dr. John Massey of Grey Cells Energy Ltd. regularly delivers hydrogen training online. As the lead trainer for the World Hydrogen Leaders network, he delivers hydrogen-focused sessions two to three times per month. He also works with a number of leading event organisers to deliver both public and in-house courses on a regular basis to clients in Europe, South East Asia and other regions around the world.
During more than 15 years as an independent energy expert, John has helped companies from large multinationals to innovative start-ups – totalling assignments in over 30 countries across five continents. Most recently he has presented clean energy training courses in Singapore, the UK, South Africa, the Philippines, the USA, Mexico, Spain and Dubai – and, of course, online to international audiences during 2020. Prior to founding Grey Cells Energy, John was Research Director for over 10 years at Informa, a US$9 billion business intelligence provider, where he drove new market identification, analysis and project deployment work and managed teams in the UK and USA. He has a strong science background, holding a First Class Honours Degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge, a PhD in Earth Sciences and a Diploma in Economics and Sustainability from the UK Open University.