Hydrogen for a clean future

Hydrogen is a clean fuel, a versatile energy carrier, and seems to be the answer to the climate change challenge. Why is everyone talking about it, and how is it going to replace traditional fuels? If you want to learn more about hydrogen as an energy carrier, this course is for you.

This modularized course provides a comprehensive overview of hydrogen as an energy carrier, with focus on fuel cell as hydrogen conversion technology. Hydrogen production and storage and their role in decarbonization will be covered. Different fuel cell technologies will be analyzed and discussed to present benefits and challenges in the use of hydrogen for power production, urban mobility, aviation, transportation, residential sector and much more.

You will be able to combine the available modules to create your personalized education based on your needs and get insights on where and when hydrogen can play a role in a decarbonized society.


MOOCs are courses that are open to everyone, regardless of background or professional occupation. They do not require any prior knowledge and you can start and complete them whenever you want. The courses are given online and are completely free of charge. The course language is often English.

You can not include a MOOC in your degree or get university credits for it. The purpose of MOOC is to provide greater opportunities for people throughout the country to study further or to change careers during the course of their lives.

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Hydrogen for a clean future

Open for the Climate

This MOOC was developed within the project Open for the Climate.

Learn more about the project