ENEA and the Hydrogen Summer School

The first edition of the Hydrogen Summer School took place in Rome, in September 2022, and saw the participation of 50 students and young professionals.

Last September 22, the Thermal Energy Storage system with Steam Generator (TES-SG) prototype has been shown to the participants of the “Hydrogen Summer School” during the visit to the ENEA laboratories.

In 2022, the first edition of the “Hydrogen Summer School” on Hydrogen technologies took place in Rome, at the Casaccia Research Center. The initiative has been the result of the efforts of a strong collaboration among the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA), the Italian Association of Chemical Engineering (AIDIC) and the Department of Chemical Engineering, Materials and Environment of Sapienza University (DICMA).

The event saw the participation of fifty students and young professionals from national and foreign companies, who had the opportunity to deal with over twenty experts and researchers from academia, research and industry. Lessons were alternated with visits to laboratories and working groups.

Check out the agenda of the summer school at this link.

For more information on the summer school and the next editions, please visit the website: https://h2summerschool.enea.it/en/