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Save the date: Monday, 17 June 2019
The European Metrology Network (EMN) for Energy Gases will be officially launching on Monday, 17 June at an event held at VSL, the Netherlands.
The opening will include an introduction to the EMN’s scope and activities, a networking lunch, presentations by invited stakeholders, and an interactive workshop to understand more about stakeholder motivations.
The EMN for Energy Gases provides measurement science expertise to society and industry to support the implementation of the energy transition to renewable gaseous fuels.
Addressing fundamental challenges to establish renewable gases as a fuel source and energy vector is a vital step in striving towards environmental sustainability.
By bridging the gap between end-user communities and acting as a central nucleus for measurement science activities, the EMN for Energy Gases will help to facilitate this and establish a reliable, safe and diverse energy network.
Expertise in the EMN includes the physical and chemical characteristics renewable gases require to enter existing natural gas grids or to be qualified for energy storage, as well as the quality of hydrogen as a fuel source for long distance transportation.
The launch event welcomes energy gas producers and distributors, manufacturing industry, research and testing groups, regulatory bodies and policy makers dealing with the uncertainties of the energy transition and need solutions to their new measurement challenges.
More information will follow shortly.
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