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The world is experiencing a climate emergency due to several complex factors. The uncontrolled increasing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and its relationship with primary energy production are the most relevant. In addition, the global demand for energy is increasing rapidly and the"non-renewable reserves are decreasing. These criteria along with the ongoing geopolitical situation in Europe are converging to generate a new energy crisis that has been growing during the last two years owing to the sanitary emergency COVID-19. The implications generated by climate change, sanitary emergencies, and energy crises are directly related to the global economy, with adverse effects on human health as well as environmental aspects.


For decades, knowledge about the implications of climate change has been a fundamental aspect of trying to slow down its impact, in particular industrial activity, on the environment. The alternative technology development which would be capable of minimizing the release into the atmosphere of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) has become an important auxiliary against global warming. Currently, the "green hydrogen" will likely become one of the technologies with the greatest potential for implementation in the short-middle term. Green hydrogen is considered as a feasible alternative to be included by many developed countries in their "roadmaps" as the "solution at the end of the tunnel" for the climate emergency and the energy crisis that we currently face as a society.


In technical terms, hydrogen is an abundant natural resource that can be obtained through any energy source by means of an electrolyser that allows the separation of water (H2O) into hydrogen and oxygen.  If the electricity is produced by “renewable sources”, hydrogen will be considered green hydrogen.


Green hydrogen has properties that make it extremely attractive to the industry, such as: (i) its energy content allows it to react (violently) with oxygen and reach temperatures of up to 1500 °C, which are usable in the heat exchanger network; (ii) its complete combustion only produces water vapor, which does not contribute to global warming; and (iii) it contains almost three times more energy per unit mass than gasoline or natural gas, making it attractive as a transport fuel and an immediate solution to mobility problems.


In this specialized online training program, you will understand in detail: (i) Each of the benefits of green hydrogen; (ii) The challenges that policymakers need to be aware of in order to have a competitive advantage in each sector in which they operate; (iii) business opportunity, regulation, project development, and financing, as well as, the potential of green hydrogen in the energy transition.


This specialized training is aimed at those looking to further their knowledge of the hydrogen market. This training gives you a global and objective perspective on the current context of hydrogen, highlighting the different existing varieties of hydrogen, value chain, safety in facilities, development and financing of projects, regulatory aspects, as well as challenges and business opportunities for Mexico and Latin America.

Who is it designed for?

Entrepreneurs, managers, professionals, academics and the public who wish to learn more about:


  • What is green hydrogen?;

  • Hydrogen market perspectives;

  • Value chain,

  • Generation by electrifiers;

  • Security;

  • Project development;

  • Financing;

  • The main regulatory aspects to consider;

  • Business challenges and opportunities for Mexico and Latin America; and

  • The main uses of green hydrogen in innovative projects around the world


6 hours. 

Module 1. Introduction to hydrogen

Speaker: Arno van den Bos. International energy consultant.

  • What is molecular hydrogen?

  • History of hydrogen uses as energy vector

  • Current hydrogen production and uses

  • What is meant by green, blue, grey and other color denominations of hydrogen?

  • H2 production, conversion technologies and cost projections

  • Big bets for the hydrogen economy in the world (Saudi Arabia, European Union, Norway)

  • Hydrogen in Mexico and Latin America

Module 2. Value chain: generation, transport and storage

Speaker: Arno van den Bos. International energy consultant.

  • Hydrogen conditioning, storage and transport

  • Hydrogen in the energy matrix: opportunity for decarbonization, diversification and flexibility

  • Opportunities for competitiveness in the sectors:

  • Land, aviation and maritime transport (fuel cells, fuel and alternative fuels)

  • Chemical sector and fertilizers

  • Steel industry

  • Other industrial applications 

  • Considerations for the transport and distribution of H2

  • H2 storage technologies and strategies

  • Energy balance of different value chains and competitiveness


Module 3.  Hydrogen evaluation projects

Speaker: Hugo Rodriguez. Investment analyst of Hy24.

  • Hydrogen as a new asset class

  • Challenges in the hydrogen sector

  • Profitability indicators

  • Risk analysis

  • Value creation

Our speakers-trainers:

  • Arno van den Bos

Arno van den Bos is an independent sustainability consultant with over 14 years of experience advising governments, companies, NGOs and industry associations in the area of renewable energy, energy transitions, transport policies, climate strategies and sustainable value chains.


He currently leads a study on the potential for green hydrogen trade between Mexico and California with the consultancy Hinicio, is technical advisor for the Mexican Alliance for Climate Action (lead by WWF) and visiting lecturer on energy sustainability and green product design at the Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico) and Burgundy Business School (France).


Before being an independent consultant, Arno worked 5 years with the German Development Agency (GIZ) in Mexico and 5 years as an international consultant with Ecofys in the Netherlands.

  • Hugo Rodriguez

Hugo has a Master's Degree in Infrastructure Project Finance from the École nationale des ponts et chaussées, in Paris, France, and he holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City


Currently, he is an investment analyst at Hy24, a €2.0 billion investment fund that is fully dedicated towards advancing the clean hydrogen sector through clean hydrogen infrastructure investments. Hugo was involved in the €200 million roundtable investment into Hy2gen, a green hydrogen and its derivatives development company, the first transaction of Hy24.

Previously, he was a senior executive of the Grupo Indi’s business development team, evaluating proposals for transportation, social infrastructure and real estate projects, including concession and public-private partnerships schemes.


Limited availability



Complete specialized online program: $450 USD

Individual module: $200 USD

(Early payment discount: -$50. Discount coupon: EARLYH2 (until 14 April 2023). Prices with value added tax included)

Scholarships and discounts:

  • 50% scholarships for students and teachers. Request by sending a letter of reasons (up to one page) and a valid student identification card or any student proof to and This scholarship works only for a complete course.

  • 20% discounts from 3 members of the same organization. Request to and This discount works only for a complete course.


Benefits for the participants:

  • Access to all live seasons and the recording for 10 calendar days after the session (via Zoom).

  • Access to any material covered during the program.

  • The sessions will be live with interactions with the speaker including Q&A

  • Flexible access on any device.

  • Certificate of attendance:

    • Those who take the entire course will receive a general certificate with a minimum participation of 80%.

    • Those who take an individual module will receive a specific certificate  for each module taken.

  • Networking with the speakers and with the other participants.


Registration process:

  • Send your data (full name, company, job position, phone, and email) to the following emails:, and

  • If you require an invoice, please specify by email and attach the corresponding tax information:, and

  • Attach proof of payment. We have two payment methods: bank transfer and payment by credit or debit card.


Bank transfer  (American Dollar)

Bank: BBVA México, S.A., Institución de Banca Múltiple, Grupo Financiero BBVA México

Beneficiary : Eneryou, energía, medio ambiente y sustentabilidad, S.A. de C.V.

Bank account number: 0118385203

CLABE: 0121 8000 1183 8520 37

RFC: EEM210830TF0


Currency: US Dollars

Note: If you require any additional information, please let us know at, and


Payment by credit or debit card 

  • Pay for the full course here

  • Pay a module here

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