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The Sahara Wind project presented during the Plenary session of the II International Forum Hydrogen Technologies for the Developing World in Moscow, Russia on 21-23 April 2008.

The International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy 9th Steering committee was held on 21 April 2008, in conjunction with the II International Forum Hydrogen Technologies for the Developing World. The Forum was Organized by: Ministry of Education and Science (Russia), the Federal Agency of Science and Innovation (Russia) and the International Partnership for Hydrogen Economy (IPHE)

The Forum Objectives was:
§ To identify the role and place of hydrogen technologies in the future models of the world economy;
§ To discuss national strategies of hydrogen technology development and road maps for their deployment implemented by different countries;
§ To estimate prospects for use of hydrogen technologies by the developing countries, including possible contribution of the developing countries into establishment of the global hydrogen market;
§ To estimate prospects and define the most effective forms of cooperation with the developing countries in the field of hydrogen technologies.

22 April 2008 – Plenary Forum Session:
§ The role of hydrogen economy for global energy security.
§ International cooperation in the field of hydrogen technologies.
§ 23 April 2008 – parallel sections:
§ Hydrogen technologies for developing world
- New hydrogen production technologies
- Hydrogen Storage and Distribution
- Use of hydrogen for power generation and in transport (all aspects, including RCS)
- Fuel Cells
§ Business Forum: Public private partnership as a factor of the hydrogen economy development
§ Educational and social aspects of the process of hydrogen economy establishment.
Youth section

More information on the II International Forum Hydrogen Technologies for the Developing World is available under: https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/45185a_d4f58b68ce3645a5a7266c71576be903.pdf

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