DIC 14 – Hydrogen Training Series for Latin America & the Caribbean – Session 2
Session 2: Upstream & Supply-Side – December 14, 2021
As Latin America and the Caribbean scales up the production, export and downstream use of Hydrogen, the Organization of American States and New Energy are pleased to announce the launch of the H2LAC Training Network, a four-part Hydrogen training series for Hydrogen leaders from across Latin America and the Caribbean.
The H2LAC Training Network is designed for senior government officials, regulators and other key national stakeholders and will provide meaningful guidance and instruction on the building-blocks for robust decision-making in the LAC Hydrogen market.
The H2LAC Training Network also represents a unique opportunity to create community, and share hands-on experience, among and between senior public sector leaders working across Latin America and the Caribbean.
The first of four virtual sessions in this series will take place on November 23, 2021, and will focus on how to establish a national case for Hydrogen alongside global policy and regulatory case-studies. Three additional virtual sessions in the series will feature: (1) Upstream & Supply-Side – December 14, 2021, (2) Creation of a Market/Fueling Demand – January 18, 2022, and (3) Building A National Master Plan – February 15, 2022.
The Training Series is offered on a complimentary basis to government officials.
- Juan Cruz Monticelli, Chief of Section, Sustainable Energy, Organization of American States
- Francisca Salas, Green Hydrogen Program Director, New Energy Events