Overcoming Challenges in Local Green H2 Economies: Panel Discussion

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Overcoming Challenges in local green H2 economies Organizer: Dr Beata Kviatek, Jean Monnet Chair in Sustainable EU Economy, Centre of Expertise Energy / International Business School / Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen, the Netherlands One of the main pathways of the current energy transition includes development of regional green hydrogen economy, usually based in the so-called hydrogen valleys. The development of regional green hydrogen economies enables to green up regional industry and mobility, brings new business opportunities for local and regional businesses, redirects regional investments and financial streams, and proposes new avenues for regional education, knowledge, and research institutions. However, the complexity of regional transformation towards green hydrogen economy, poses challenges that require a close cooperation between different local and regional stakeholders at multiple levels, including national and European. What are these challenges in developing regional green hydrogen economies here, in the northern part of the Netherlands, and in other regions of Europe and what are the new pathways to overcome challenges in regional green hydrogen economies? – is the main question of the proposed panel discussion that will involve academics, policy makers, and practitioners from the northern part of the Netherlands as well as some European regions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Conference: New Pathways for a Just and Inclusive Energy Transition
Subtitle of host publicationConnecting Multiple Stakeholders and Levels
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2023
EventSecond International Conference New Pathways for a Just and Inclusive Energy Transition: Connecting Multiple Stakeholders and Levels - Energy Academy Europe, Groningen, Netherlands
Duration: 20 Jun 202321 Jun 2023


ConferenceSecond International Conference New Pathways for a Just and Inclusive Energy Transition
Abbreviated titleICNP23
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  • green hydrogen
  • green hydrogen economy
  • regional transformation
  • Jean Monnet chair
  • sustainable EU economy
  • energy transition
  • new pathways


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