Presentations from the forum “HYDROGEN FOR MOBILITY and ENERGY”

Thanks to all participants and presenters of the forum “HYDROGEN FOR MOBILITY and ENERGY”.

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JIVE/JIVE2/MEHRLIN – CEE hydrogen bus roadshowAivars Starikovs, Hydrogen Europe, CEO Advisor for CEE countries, Latvian Hydrogen Association, Member of the Board
JIVE/JIVE2/MEHRLIN – Flagship FuelCell Buses Projects in Europe – Early Results and Best PracticesFlavio Grazian, Project Manager – Knowledge and Innovation, The International Association of Public Transport (UITP)
Funding and Financing opportunities – Luca Feola, Project Officer, Clean Hydrogen Joint Undertaking
Hydrogen Strategy for WielkopolskaWalerian Majewski, Greater Poland Voivodeship representative
Hydrogen perspectives in development plans of JSC LatvenergoPēteris Lesničenoks, Hydrogen business development leader, JSC Latvenergo
Hydrogen research at RTU – Prof. Dr. sc. ing. Gatis Bažbauers, Vice-Rector for Research, Riga Technical University
Can wind energy be too much? – Gatis Galviņš, Board member and CEO, Latvian Wind Energy Association
EIB support for Hydrogen Mobility in EuropeNeil Valentine, Head of Urban Mobility Division, European Investment Bank
Fuel cell bus development at Caetano Bus and real-life experiences in public transportFrancisco de Magalhães, International Sales Manager, CaetanoBus
Hydrogen refuelling technology with focus on FCE Buses – Andreas Noky, , Project manager Hydrogen Filling Stations, Messer SE & Co. KGaA
Advanced Nano-coatings to support the Hydrogen Economy – Raivis Nikitins, Chief commercial officer, Naco Technologies
Hydrogen powered droneMarek Alliksoo, SKYCORP Latvija, CEO
Application of hydrogen fuel in gas turbine unitsYuriy Deriy, Director of Business Development, Ukrainian State Gas turbines research and production complex “Zorya-Mashproekt”
HySol, Refuel Your Future!Antons Šaripo, Project Engineer, INTRA Holding
R&D services for high tech industriesPhD. Ainārs Ozols, University of Latvia, Institute of Solid State Physics, “Materize”