Many countries and organisations are in the middle of defining their hydrogen policies, roadmaps and strategies. Expectations are high that this old but newly re-discovered renewable energy carrier will play an important role in reaching the climate targets and it seems to be inevitable that hydrogen will shape our future energy sector. The question is: who will be the first to mobilise their forces and what happens to those who will not come along?
The organisers are happy to invite you to listen to some of the first examples from Estonia in developing hydrogen strategies and learn
from the Netherlands experience in building the hydrogen economy.
This seminar is organised together by The Netherlands Embassy in Estonia, Port of Tallinn, City of Keila, Ida-Viru Hydrogen Cluster and the Estonian Hydrogen Association.