Tubagus Aryandi Gunawan, NUIG PhD research student is looking forward to making a presentation at the 23rd World Hydrogen Energy Conference (WHEC) in Istanbul, Turkey from 5th to 9th July 2020. Tubagus tells H2go News about the event:
It is one of the most well-known conferences in the hydrogen energy system. International communities who work in the hydrogen field are expected to share their experience and expertise in the development and deployment of hydrogen as a carbon-free energy carrier for a sustainable energy system. As the GenComm project progressively works in renewable hydrogen, the WHEC can be the strategic place to communicate the developed techno-economic model, which has been adopted at Decision Support Tool (DST). The DST is one of the essential deliverables from the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) as the lead partner of the long term effect work package in GenComm project. NUIG is scheduled to participate in giving an oral presentation at the WHEC. At the conference, NUIG is committed to disseminate its latest work on the potential of the integration of wind and solar energy to produce fully renewable hydrogen for the decarbonisation of public city buses. NUIG is also keen to gain more knowledge in recent hydrogen technologies from other international researchers during the conference.
Tubagus Aryandi Gunawan, PhD research student in mechanical engineering, NUIG