Green Hydrogen Project Engineering relevant to the South African context
A need has been identified by the Eskom Power Plant Engineering Institute (EPPEI) in collaboration with the GIZ’s South African German Energy Programme (SAGEN) to build capacity in South Africa in the field of “green hydrogen project engineering”. This field can be defined as the activity of designing, funding and successfully implementing fit-for-purpose projects based on green hydrogen, focussed on the complete application cycle of hydrogen projects including production, distribution, storage and end-use. In essence the focus is on system- rather than component-level research.
Masters bursaries are offered as part of this capacity building activity, to encourage the establishment of research competencies at South African universities, in green hydrogen project engineering, relevant to the South African context.
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