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Hydrogen Technologies Training Course - Pure Energy Centre

Hydrogen Technologies Training Course


The Pure Energy Centre Fuel Cell Training Course is for anyone wanting to learn about hydrogen technologies before engaging in developing a hydrogen project



We GUARANTEE you will definitely learn about HYDROGEN technologies!



“I have to admit to being a sceptic before I came here but you’ve definitely managed to change my mind about hydrogen technologies”Jock Campbell - MD of JGC Engineering & Technical Services Ltd. 40 years operating within Dounreay nuclear facility
Hydrogen training course“No doubt that this is the only place to come and learn about this emerging renewable technology and its applications”
Jon Priddy, CES Highland Development Officer
Rab Lees Hydrogen Training Course Quote“Thoroughly educational, dynamic and inspiring - a brilliant course”Rab Lees - Argyll, Lomond & Bute Energy Company
John Rosie Hydrogen Training Course Testimonial“Its been a wonderful course, very well presented and highly informative”
John Rosie MBE JP - Director of Ormlie Community Trust, Convener of Caithness Community Council
Susan Smith Hydrogen Training Course Quote“You have nurtured something very special which now has reached a critical stage & is ready to be rolled out for commercial success”
Susan Smith, Head of Business Development, HIE
Steve Brook Hydrogen Training Course Testimonial“Excellent all round grounding in hydrogen technologies”
Steve Brook - Knoydart Hydro
Angela_hydrogen training course quote“A truly inspirational but very practical course. Professionally organised and supported - well worth the trip”Angela Williams - Knoydart Hydro

Introducing the first renewable hydrogen training course in the world

hydrogen technologies training attendees

This is the first Renewable Hydrogen Training Course in the world and the first training course that we uniquely developed for transferring knowledge to you.

Having developed skills and knowledge from the implementation of many hydrogen projects, we have put together this world’s first-course material to help you discover and learn about these technologies.

We have successfully delivered courses to groups from the nuclear industry, communities, farmers, crofters, businessman, national and local governmental figures.

Hydrogen Technologies Course benefits

Here is what you will benefit from if you attend our hydrogen technologies course


Renewable hydrogen technologies training attendees
“You will not find better training and supervision in hydrogen technologies anywhere else”

Hydrogen Technologies Course Content


Here is what you will learn if you attend our hydrogen technologies course:
  • Global energy situation – energy security
  • Hydrogen production principles
  • Hydrogen electrolyser principles
  • Uses of stored hydrogen
  • Introduction to fuel cells
  • Hydrogen R&D opportunities
  • Hydrogen safety
  • PURE financials – costs and economics
  • Types of energy storage mechanisms
  • How to install a fuel cell
  • PURE Principles


OUTCOMES Module 1 – Global energy situation – energy security

  • Understand the current approach by industrialised countries to delivering energy security
  • Understand the limitations of that approach
  • Understand the rationale behind sharing responsibility for energy security with energy consumers
  • What can be done to reduce energy insecurity?
  • Understand the link between community ownership over energy production and supply, and greater energy security
  • Understand how the PURE system contributes to energy security


OUTCOMES Module 2 – Hydrogen production principles

  • Identify the methods of hydrogen production
  • Display basic knowledge of hydrogen production technologies
  • Demonstrate an understanding of hydrogen production in the PURE system
  • Understand what a “HyPod” does


OUTCOMES Module 3 – Hydrogen electrolyser principles

  • Understand what an electrolyser is?
  • Understand the basic reactions within the electrolyser
  • Identify the electrolyser operational considerations and operating parameters
  • Identify the relationship between the operating parameters and the electrolyser subsystems


OUTCOMES Module 4 – Uses of stored hydrogen

  • Understand the range of applications for renewable hydrogen consumption
  • Become acquainted with issues specific to each application, for example, technological issues
  • Identify issues relevant to all hydrogen applications
  • Devise original hydrogen applications


OUTCOMES Module 5 – Introduction to fuel cells

  • Understand the operation of a Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell
  • Understand the basic chemistry of the fuel cell
  • Understand the basic electricity producing regions of the fuel cell
  • Identify the PEM operating conditions
  • Identify the relationship between the operating conditions and the fuel cell subsystems


OUTCOMES Module 6 – Hydrogen R&D opportunities

After this course, you will have an understanding of R&D opportunities in:

  • Production – alternate methods of producing hydrogen
  • Delivery – methods of producing hydrogen to meet demand
  • Storage – various storage facilities
  • Conversion – conversion of hydrogen to energy
  • Applications – methods for hydrogen consumption
  • Codes and safety – hydrogen technologies standards


OUTCOMES Module 7 – Hydrogen safety

  • Become familiar with the safety properties of hydrogen
  • Identify and evaluate hazards in a hydrogen system
  • Understand the methods for addressing hazards
  • Achieve an understanding of safe practices in design, materials selection and operation of a hydrogen system
  • Recognise the physical principles and empirical observations on which these safe practices are based
  • Know how to respond to emergency situations involving hydrogen
  • Identify parameters important to hydrogen safety


OUTCOMES Module 8 – PURE financials – costs and economics

  • Quantify realisable income streams from small scale renewable electricity generation and supply in the UK, and future renewable energy markets
  • Understand the value of local hydrogen production and potential renewable hydrogen market opportunities
  • Understand the capital and operating costs of a PURE energy system
  • Understand the pathway to commercialisation of a renewable hydrogen production plant, and timescales for a reduction in capital costs
  • Understand the economic implications of increased costs of hydrocarbon-based energy and the decreasing costs of renewable hydrogen-based energy
  • Understand the models and mechanisms for financing R&D projects and running a sustainable business around the delivery of pre-commercial technologies


OUTCOMES Module 9 – Types of energy storage mechanisms

  • Become acquainted with the various methods of hydrogen storage available
  • Understand the advantages and disadvantages associated with each method


OUTCOMES Module 10 – How to install a fuel cell

  • Learn the steps needed to install a fuel cell
  • Understand site requirements
  • Build a basic understanding of what should and should not be done


OUTCOMES Module 11 – PURE Principles

  • Understand the basic principles behind schemes such as the PURE project
  • Identify the major issues that the PURE system addresses
  • Understand the socio-economic impact of such systems
  • Understand the problems that a small community like Unst is facing


Who Should attend the hydrogen technologies training course?

This course has been developed for individuals who want a greater understanding of the design, use, operation and maintenance of hydrogen technologies systems.


This course has been tailored for individuals who are entering in the hydrogen field to the more advanced individuals’ such scientists and engineers working in or entering the fuel cell industry; employees of industries that have recently invested or plan to invest in hydrogen technology, and science and engineering graduate students desiring an understanding of hydrogen. It is also aimed at science and engineering faculty whose expertise lies in other fields and are looking to enter the field of hydrogen. The course will be valuable to people who wish to acquire a quick working knowledge of fuel cells and hydrogen technologies.

Past attendees background

  • Practitioners from the renewable energy industry
  • Engineers wishing to improve their knowledge in the hydrogen industry
  • Community development organisations
  • Public agency representatives
  • Government advisors
  • Insurance representatives
  • Construction industry
  • Undergraduate & post-graduate students
  • Academic Researchers and teachers
  • Politicians
  • Developers
  • Investors
  • Motor mechanics
  • International students
  • Individuals interested in hydrogen
  • Entrepreneurs