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Gexcon’s Chief Training Officer presented on the importance of safety in the transition towards clean and renewable energy at Mexico’s Anáhuac University’s Business and Energy Forum 2020

Gexcon’s Chief Training Officer presented on the importance of safety in the transition towards clean and renewable energy at Mexico’s Anáhuac University’s Business and Energy Forum 2020

(Spanish version below) Gexcon’s Dr. Franz Zdravistch presented on the importance of understanding hazards and maintaining safety in the hydrogen industry. On October 15th, Dr. Franz Zdravistch, Gexcon’s Chief Training Officer, spoke about hydrogen safety during Mexico’s Business and Energy Forum 2020 held virtually by the Anáhuac University. Dr. Zdravistch

Gexcon to Present at Anáhuac University Mexico’s Business and Energy Forum 2020

Gexcon to Present at Anáhuac University Mexico’s Business and Energy Forum 2020

Gexcon US’s Business Development Director, Mr. Miguel Navarro, and Gexcon AS’s Principal Engineer and Chief Training Officer, Dr. Franz Zdravistch, will be presenting at Anáhuac University Mexico’s Business and Energy Forum 2020 that will be held from October 12th to 16th. This year’s forum’s main topic is “Compliance with SDG 7: Towards a Transition to Affordable and Non-Pollutant Energy”. The

Webinar: Just How Dangerous is Hydrogen (US)

Webinar: Just How Dangerous is Hydrogen (US)

  This webinar session has expired. If you would like to watch the replay, please send us a request to webinar@gexcon.com.   About The Webinar Hydrogen technology is being developed worldwide in the push towards a low-carbon society. Hydrogen may be a solution to various critical energy challenges associated with the storage and transport of energy (especially that from renewable…

Webinar: Just How Dangerous is Hydrogen (AUS)

Webinar: Just How Dangerous is Hydrogen (AUS)

  This webinar session has expired. If you would like to watch the replay, please send us a request to webinar@gexcon.com.   About The Webinar Hydrogen technology is being developed worldwide in the push towards a low-carbon society. Hydrogen may be a solution to various critical energy challenges associated with the storage and transport of energy (especially that from renewable…

[Webinar] Just How Dangerous is Hydrogen?

[Webinar] Just How Dangerous is Hydrogen?

This webinar session has expired. If you would like to watch the replay, please send us a request to webinar@gexcon.com.   About The Webinar Hydrogen technology is being developed worldwide in the push towards a low-carbon society. Hydrogen may be a solution to various critical energy challenges associated with the storage and transport of energy (especially that from renewable sources…

Gexcon is Involved in the Development of Liquid Hydrogen Supply Chain for Maritime Applications in Norway

Gexcon is Involved in the Development of Liquid Hydrogen Supply Chain for Maritime Applications in Norway

A consortium of major industry players in the hydrogen field has been awarded NOK 33.5 million under the PILOT-E funding scheme for the development of liquid hydrogen (LH2) supply chain for maritime applications. The aim of the project is to build a full-scale national hydrogen infrastructure in order to secure

A Consortium of Leading Players in The Hydrogen Field has been Awarded for a Hydrogen Project in Norway

A Consortium of Leading Players in The Hydrogen Field has been Awarded for a Hydrogen Project in Norway

The Hellesylt Hydrogen Hub, a consortium of leading players in the hydrogen field, has been awarded NOK 37.6 million under the PILOT-E funding scheme for the development of a hydrogen production facility that can deliver hydrogen to ferries and cruise ships in the Geirangerfjord, as well as to other mobility

Gexcon Delivered a Presentation at the 8th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety

Gexcon Delivered a Presentation at the 8th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety

Our Research Engineer, Melodia Lucas, was presenting a paper titled “Simulating Vented Hydrogen Deflagrations: Improved Modelling in the CFD Tool FLACS-Hydrogen” at the 8th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2019). This conference was held on 24-26 September in Adelaide, Australia. The attendees consist of hydrogen safety experts from all

Gexcon Delivered a Presentation at the 4th Annual Conference of Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy

Gexcon Delivered a Presentation at the 4th Annual Conference of Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy

On 19 September 2019, Our Vice President Consulting, Geirmund Vislie, was sharing his experience regarding “Key Learning Points from Recent Hydrogen incident in Norway” at the 4th Annual Conference of Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy. The conference was held in Florø, Norway and was attended by experts in the field

Join Us at the Hydrogen Safety and Technology Workshop in Perth

Join Us at the Hydrogen Safety and Technology Workshop in Perth

Gexcon and Curtin University Oil and Gas Innovation Centre are pleased to invite you to an industry-focused 1-Day Hydrogen Safety and Technology Workshop. We will have presentations from experts addressing the latest issues related to hydrogen safety and the technology aspect that supports the development of the hydrogen industry. The

Gexcon to Present at the 8th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety in Australia

Gexcon to Present at the 8th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety in Australia

Our research engineer, Melodia Lucas, will be presenting a paper titled “Simulating Vented Hydrogen Deflagrations: Improved Modelling in the CFD Tool FLACS-Hydrogen” at the 8th International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS 2019) held on 24-26 September in Adelaide, Australia. Melodia will present the new generation FLACS CFD solver, which further improves the accuracy of

Gexcon to Present at the 4th Annual Conference of Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy in Norway

Gexcon to Present at the 4th Annual Conference of Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy in Norway

Our Vice President Consulting, Geirmund Vislie, will be sharing his experience regarding “Key Learning Points from Recent Hydrogen incident in Norway” at the 4th Annual Conference of Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy. The conference will take place on 18-19 September in Florø, Norway. Geirmund has been involved in many Hydrogen Safety related projects.

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