Successful Transnational Project Meeting Drives UpHyMob Project Forward

The UpHyMob project recently concluded its final Transnational Project Meeting (TPM), marking a significant milestone in the project’s development. This meeting, held at the Fundación Hidrógeno Aragón (FHa) facilities, brought together project partners to discuss the project’s current status and continue refining the online professional training course for hydrogen (H2) mobility technicians.

Partners in Collaboration:

The TPM was attended by key project partners:

Ana Ferreira, Instituto Superior Técnico de Lisboa (IST)
Athina Katsanou, INNOVELA
Nieves Zubalez, Fundación San Valero (FSV)
Advancing the Online Training Course:

The meeting’s primary focus was on evaluating the progress of the online training course, which aims to equip technicians with the necessary skills and knowledge to work in the growing H2 mobility sector. The partners engaged in discussions to identify areas for improvement and ensure the course aligns with industry standards and best practices.

Course Accessibility and Free Trial:

To encourage wider participation and provide potential users with a hands-on experience, the project team would like to reiterate the availability of a free trial for the online training course. Interested individuals can access the course through the following link:

UpHyMob Hydrogen Mobility Technician Training Course is now available

A Collaborative Effort for H2 Mobility Advancement:

The successful TPM and the ongoing development of the online training course demonstrate the UpHyMob project’s commitment to fostering a skilled workforce capable of driving the adoption of H2 mobility solutions. The project’s collaborative approach and focus on continuous improvement position it well to make a significant impact on the transition towards a more sustainable transportation future.

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