On 3 June Pedro Casero from Aragon Hydrogen Foundation presented the EVERYWH2ERE project in the International Workshop for Global Sustainability “Space Sustainability”, which was held at the European Space Agency (ESA) in Madrid, Spain on June 3-5.
This Workshop is organized by The Partnership for Global Sustainability (PGS), a global network of public and private organizations and individuals that works at the nexus between the space and aerospace sectors and terrestrial sustainability challenges.
The EVERYWH2ERE project was invited to participate in the “Increasing Space Mission Critical Ground Infrastructure Resiliency through Sustainability” Session.
The goal of this session was examining several ways that sustainable approaches to infrastructure planning and refurbishment can contribute to the resilience of the space sector’s critical ground infrastructure.
During the presentation, the current status of the technologies of hydrogen and the roadmap the FCH JU has recently launched were discussed.
The targets of EVERYWH2ERE project were connected both to that roadmap and its potential application as replacement of diesel gensets in Space Mission Critical Ground Infrastructure.