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The Provincial Government, in charge of promoting the law “because it will open new markets for Río Negro,” welcomed a bill that will regulate the activity of Green Hydrogen in the country
Governor Arabela Carreras pointed out that it is "great news" that the bill that aims to regulate the Green Hydrogen activity in the country has entered the Chamber of Deputies is "great news". "It is essential to have a regulatory framework to start developing the activity with a future perspective," she stated.
Three experts discussed and presented "Green Hydrogen Standards: suitable for its purpose and focus on Latin America" in an interesting panel coordinated by the director of The Green Hydrogen Development Plan, GH2, Inés Marques.
Three new speakers closed the last panel of the Global Green Hydrogen Forum and addressed topics related to this fuel and its entry into the production industry. This Forum took place in San Carlos de Bariloche.
Governor Arabela Carreras together with Chancellor Santiago Cafiero and the CEO of the Swiss organization of the sector GH2, Jonas Moberg closed the Global Green Hydrogen Forum this Friday. This Forum begun yesterday in Bariloche. Industry leaders from around the world attended this meeting. Carreras emphasized the success of the event with a view to a future production and supply at scale of the fuel aimed at mitigating climate change and decarbonizing the planet.
Four experts of the national scientific and technological system analyzed the opportunities that hydrogen can bring to the country. They also presented the main projects that place them at the top of research in Argentina.
During the Global Forum on Green Hydrogen, which is taking place in San Carlos de Bariloche, the sixth panel was in charge of representatives of three companies with international energy development. The topics were linked to the challenge of decarbonization and the path towards a greener industry.
The trade and official relations between Argentina and Germany have more than a hundred years of history. In the field of hydrogen is more recent, but based on the strong links built over time. This was the topic of Panel 8 of the Global Green Hydrogen Forum that took place this Thursday in Bariloche, and was attended by leading experts on the subject from both countries.
In the framework of the Global Green Hydrogen Forum, the Secretary of State for Planning, Daniel Sanguinetti, moderated the panel in which issues related to the international trade of green hydrogen were analyzed: where it will be produced and where it will be used.