The inaugural Hydrogen Ireland conference was held in November 2022 in Dublin, Ireland with Hydrogen industry leaders such as Piero Ercoli of SNAM, Bart Biebuych of the Clean Hydrogen Partnership and Jorgo Chatzimarka of Hydrogen Europe in attendance.
EIH2 is a leader in the Hydrogen Industry in Ireland and this was held true at this ground breaking event. EIH2’s Head of Strategy, Catherine Sheridan and Head of Policy, Vanessa Pulgarin were a key part of the organising committee for the event and EIH2’s Project Manager Cian Ryan was invited to present on his learnings in developing hydrogen projects in Ireland.
“I was delighted to get the opportunity to speak at a breakout session at the inaugural Hydrogen Ireland Conference on the requirements for large scale green hydrogen projects in Ireland. In the presentation I summarise the consenting, licencing and policy requirements that are required to allow a large scale green hydrogen project to be constructed and operated in Ireland.”
Cian Ryan, Project Manager at EIH2
On the request of the audience at the Hydrogen Ireland Conference, we have released Cian’s presentation to the public so that our industry can share learnings in this new and exciting industry.
Cian Ryan, Project Manager
Certified Energy Manager and Project Management Professional with a First Class Honours degree in Sustainable Energy Engineering. Currently managing multiple Green Hydrogen projects in Ireland for EIH2. Aiming to reduce the carbon footprint of hard to decarbonise sectors and maximise Ireland’s renewable generation.
EIH2 have assembled some of the most experienced and competent professionals in the hydrogen sector. Our interdisciplinary team is here to facilitate the emerging hydrogen industry and assist ‘hard-to-decarbonise’ sectors in Ireland to achieve their emissions targets.
EIH2 is the only dedicated hydrogen developer in Ireland, therefore, the team understand the unique challenges faced in project development. The time for hydrogen is now, as signaled by the launch of REPowerEU and EIH2 are helping companies to unlock the decarbonising potential of green hydrogen. Reach out today to learn more.