Tomsk Polytechnic University held Hydrogen. Technology. Future. the II All-Russian Conference with international participation, which was arranged by the Hydrogen Technology Consortium. The Conference was also discussed at the meeting of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences on October 26.
Photo: meeting broadcasting
“These days, the All-Russian Conference on hydrogen economy arranged by the Hydrogen Technology Consortium and headed by TPU is being held. All people, willing to listen to the reports, can join. It is a very significant conference. There are both representatives of Chernogolovka and Novosibirsk there,” Valery Parmon, Chairman of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, emphasized at the meeting.
The Conference gathered together nearly 200 experts: scientists, industrial companies, representatives of relevant agencies. The participants represented the results of their latest research and discussed the adoption of hydrogen technology. There was held a round table on the adoption of Russian hydrogen technology.
“The Consortium, where our academic institutes are represented, held a quite interesting event in the last year and a meaningful conference in this year,” Alexander Sergeev, President of the Russian Academy of Sciences, said.
Tomsk Polytechnic University is a member of Priority 2030 in research leadership, a national program to support Russian universities. Among the key strategic university projects, there is the Energy of Future initiative. The initiative aims are a sustainable transition of Russia to environmentally friendly resource-saving energy and industrial sector decarbonization, increasing recovery efficiency and deep conversion of hydrocarbon raw materials, development of new technology of nuclear power, forming new energy sources, their transportation and storage modes. The initiative supposes deep research and technological work in the hydrogen economy.
TPU is one of the initiators of creation and an active member of the Hydrogen Technology Consortium in Russia.