We are excited to announce that #ChiangMai province in Thailand is set to become a hub of knowledge and expertise for green hydrogen, all thanks to a public-private partnership project (PPP) initiated by the International Hydrogen Ramp-up or H2Uppp Programme and funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action (BMWK). In cooperation with the Energy Research and Development Institute of Nakornping (ERDI) of the University of Chiang Mai and the German technology provider Enapter, we are in the process of establishing a comprehensive training centre. This centre will offer courses covering modular hydrogen systems and management levels for policymakers. Additionally, it will feature a demonstration site of hydrogen systems at Phi Suea House, Chiang Mai.
This project represents a significant milestone in the development of green hydrogen in Southeast Asia and will solidify Chiang Mai and Thailand’s position as a leader in this field.
We anticipate that our knowledge hub will attract the attention of stakeholders throughout the region and serve as a dynamic platform for fostering hydrogen market development in emerging markets. Our mission is to provide the essential knowledge and training needed to promote the production and application of hydrogen in Southeast Asia, contributing to a more sustainable future