Green SKHy

Green Skills and Knowledge for Hydrogen

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3,675,252.52 €
EU Funding
6,637,035.92 €
Total Budget
France, Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium & Switzerland

Project summary

Green SKHy contributes to the energy transition and promotes the development of the clean hydrogen sector by reducing the obstacles to the European recognition of skills and by developing new transnational training schemes.

Joint strategies on hydrogen skills & jobs 

Involving key companies, public employment services, local authorities, universities & training centers

1 transnational network of H2 training labs

Including 2 mobile training solutions to train students & professionals all over North-West Europe

300 professionals, trainers & students

Trained, upskilled or reskilled on hydrogen technologies

In order to achieve climate neutrality by 2050, the European Commission presented a hydrogen strategy in July 2020 aimed at accelerating the development of clean hydrogen. Hydrogen must be one of the pillars of the European energy system, in conjunction with the renewable energies that must feed or complement it, and allow the decarbonisation of industry and mobility while contributing to the European Union's energy independence. Although the use of hydrogen is not new, the new dimension taken on by this sector will have an impact on many trades and will require a vast effort in training and certification of skills, as well as acculturation of the general public. 

Building the hydrogen industry means building a European community of skills to serve the energy transition and prevent shortages of skilled labour. The aim of our project is to promote the development of the clean hydrogen sector by reducing the obstacles to the European recognition of skills and related systems through joint action plans and by promoting careers that can contribute to the energy transition through new practical training schemes. This ambition involves networking the actors in charge of skills and certifications, developing and testing specific training and acculturation modules, and implementing campaigns to promote the hydrogen sector and its opportunities. By bringing together within the consortium companies, public authorities as well as the main actors of initial and continuous training, Green SKHy supports the development of a key sector for the energy transition by ensuring the empowerment of a large audience.

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