EXPO DUBAI, 12. December 2021 H2STUDENT Program will participate at EXPO DUBAI, Venue TERRA – THE SUSTAINABILITY PAVILION starting on December 12th 2021: Challenge: How can we provide an education system that better prepares children for the Fourth Industrial Revolution world? What new skills and sensibilities should be curricular cornerstones for today’s children? Will learning science and maths become more important? What place will art and the humanities hold in a future brim-full of technology? How important will it be to teach curiosity, systemic, critical and analytical thinking, and empathy? This World Majlis session seeks to answer these questions through a lively conversation that brings together diverse thought leaders, visionaries and changemakers. Welcome to DUBAI to meet H2STUDENT. You can collaborate with H2STUDENT program NOW, click here… EXPO TERRA – THE SUSTAINABILITY PAVILION, video… EXPO TERRA – THE SUSTAINABILITY PAVILION, read more….
Learn about sector integration by utilizing Hydrogen and applications throughout the SEE region.Discuss with technology leaders how to secure appropriate technologies for your project for a solid business model. Meet with high-ranking representatives: Governmental and project stakeholders will be talking about challenges and opportunities on Climate Change and Hydrogen technologies, about linking renewables to clean transport as a key task for decision-makers. SAVE THE DATE….
AWARD for the best promotional project of the year 2020 in the field of renewable energy sources and energy efficient use in Slovenia was given to H2STUDENT programme.
Ljubljana, Based on the decision of the expert jury of the Eco Fund of Slovenia and the newspaper Finance, H2STUDENT was selected as the best promotional project in the field of renewable sources and efficient energy use in Slovenia in 2020. The H2STUDENT programme, as SRP programe of ECUBES, is an important promotional factor in efforts to reduce climate change and consequent security threats. more….
EU adopted NEW Hydrogen strategy for a climate-neutral Europe. With the new EU Hydrogen Strategy, the EU sets the framework for the development of the hydrogen sector into one of the backbones of the European energy industry.
Brussels, The EU strategy for energy system integration is outlining a vision to create a smarter, more integrated and optimised energy system, in which all sectors can fully contribute to decarbonisation. According to the European Union, green hydrogen “is a key priority to achieve the European Green Deal and Europe’s clean energy transition.” It is seen as a technology which can bridge the gap between electricity production from renewable energy and the goal of decarbonising a large share of the EU’s energy consumption by 2050. In order to set the path for how hydrogen can be used in this way, and to make a first step towards setting the regulatory framework for a European hydrogen market, on 8 July 2020 the EU issued its “hydrogen strategy for a climate-neutral Europe” (the EU Hydrogen Strategy). The aim of the EU Hydrogen Strategy is to decarbonise hydrogen production and expand its use…
User requirements: clean energy and hydrogen energy storage – is European Defence sector setting new standards for European clean energy future just by defining user requirements ?
Brussels, RESHUB project – For the first time in the history of EU, a defence-energy project is given access to EU funding with the help of EDA. ‘RESHUB’, a Slovenian-led project supported by EDA with a view to improving energy efficiency in the defence sector, has been awarded EU funding (€310,000) under the Structural Reform Support Programme (SRSP) of the European Commission. It is the first time a defence-energy project is given access to EU funding with the help of EDA. The project was prepared by the Slovenian Ministry of Defense as part of the Consultative Forum on Sustainable Energy in the Defense and Security Sector, organized by the European Defense Agency (EDA) in cooperation with the EU Directorate-General for Energy and based on the ZERO EMISSION MOBILITY CORRIDOR SLOVENIA ZEMC-S project developed by ECUBES Technology. EDA was instrumental in helping participating Member States prepare and draft the RESHUB application…
Ljubljana, EDA Chief Executive in Slovenia for talks on RESHUB PROJECT, First defence-energy project developed in Consultation Forum RESHUB a Slovenian MOD led project supported by EDA with a view to improving energy efficiency in the defence sector, and was prepared on a basis of Zero emission Mobility Corridor Slovenia. “RESHUB”, which stands for ‘Defence RESilience Hub Network in Europe’, is a project conceived and led by the Slovenian Ministry of Defence under the Consultation Forum on Sustainable Energy in the Defence and Security Sector (CF SEDSS) which is currently in its third phase. Other participating countries in the project are Austria, Belgium, Germany and Hungary. The aim of RESHUB is to help build a renewable energy harvesting and hydrogen (H2) energy storage capability and to facilitate cross-Europe transportation, which will lower CO2 emissions and contribute to energy sustainability in the EU defence and security sector. EDA was instrumental in…
Portorož, Slovenia, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe Energy Conference 2019, Grand Hotel Bernadin Portorož Project “ZERO EMISSION MOBILITY CORRIDOR – SLOVENIA” (ZEMC-S) enabled by HYDROGEN Learn about sector integration by utilizing Hydrogen in the ZEMC-S project, which is supported by the Slovenian Government and could serve as nucleus for similar hydrogen applications throughout the region. Discuss with technology leaders how to secure appropriate technologies for this unique elaborated concept as a basis for a solid business model. Meet with high-ranking representatives: Governmental and project stakeholders will be talking about challenges and opportunities of Zero Emission Technologies. This will be followed by Ecubes introducing their ZEMC-S project and further experts informing about related hydrogen technologies and applications in the energy system and in other sectors. The ZEMC-S session is a key element within the MHPS Energy Conference 2019. You are Welcome to send Your Inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Third Conference: Consultation Forum for Sustainable Energy in the Defence and Security Sector Phase II (CF SEDSS II) – Nicosia, Cyprus (26/27 February 2019)
Nicosia, Cyprus, Third Conference: Consultation Forum for Sustainable Energy in the Defence and Security Sector Phase II (CF SEDSS II) – Nicosia, Cyprus (26/27 February 2019) ECUBES & MOD: Zero Emission Mobility Corridor & RES HUB project; Historical electrification of transport as the Key enabler for renewables to penetrate to the power mix, opportunity by defence sector for renewable european future.
Ljubljana, Slovenian government is supporting ECUBES for to deliver infrastructure project for Zero emission mobility, where hydrogen technologies will play central role. The proposed project in Slovenia will deliver 16 hydrogen clusters with total capacity of 70 MW of electrolyser hydrogen generation and fleet of over 1000 hydrogen vehicles. The Pre – Feasibility Study indicates satisfactory results, investment will be completed in 2024. Ministry of Environments and Spatial Planning of republic of Slovenia (MESP) is expressing support for the development of the project Zero Emission Mobility Corridor. Jure Leben, Minister for Environment and spatial planning said: We understand, that the project Zero Emission Mobility Corridor has an ambition to deliver a scalable solution for clean energy infrastructure. It represents an approach towards a transition to renewable energy and a clean mobility future for Slovenia. As a such, project is in line with our goals for lowering CO2 emissions, including from…
Second Conference: Consultation Forum for Sustainable Energy in the Defence and Security Sector Phase II (CF SEDSS II) – Warsaw, Poland (16/17 October 2018).
Warshaw, Poland, ECUBES & MORS: Zero Emission Mobility Corridor & RES HUB project: Histrorical electrification of transport as the Key enabler for renewables implementation without subsidies. Defence sector moving towards renewables and electric transport