Green Chemistry/ Hydrogen


Green Hydrogen course offers a fascinating exploration in working with the developing multi-billion-dollar Hydrogen Industry. This interdisciplinary filed provides a comprehensive describe fundamentals of green hydrogen and hydrogen utility in various fields.  It will benefit for graduates who are interested in explaining how hydrogen is produced, stored, and utilized for power energy applications. Studying green hydrogen equips graduates with a deep understanding of renewable energy industry and want to understand how we can create a sustainable future with hydrogen technologies. Its significance in the energy transition, and its environmental benefits. It opens up opportunities for research careers, technologies innovations, and addressing global challenges through green hydrogen discoveries and applications.

Objectives Of The Programme

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • explain the basic components of a hydrogen- based energy system and its respective infrastructure;
  • describe the current uses of hydrogen, its production methods, and its infrastructure requirements;
  • describe the opportunities and limits of hydrogen as an energy carrier and technology and its potential contribution to sustainable energy systems in the future; and
  • understand the current status of hydrogen policies in the international arena.

 Programme Outcomes

·        Understand fundamentals of hydrogen, the production process, application of hydrogen and international policies and laws.

·       Experience a global learning with students from various backgrounds and experience.

·       Learn from industry experts on development and implementation of latest technologies in hydrogen based on hydrogen pricing, markets, and other economic factors.

·  Gain practical insights on how to make a technical and commercial comparison between modern hydrogen production technologies.

·  Scientific reasoning: Acquire reasoning and problem solving skills to analyze, interpret and draw conclusions from quantitative/qualitative data to support decision-making and problem solving strategies.

·      Moral and ethical awareness/reasoning: Embrace and practice honesty in one’s life, avoid unethical behavior such as fabrication, falsification or misrepresentation of data and adopting unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work.

·    Leadership readiness/qualities: Formulate an inspiring vision and build and motivate a team to achieve it in a smooth and efficient way.

·     Lifelong learning: Develop knowledge and skills for personal development and adapting to change in demands of work place through skill development.




This course provides the fundamentals of hydrogen energy and hydrogen energy storage as fuel cell and will also provide an understanding of the innovative technologies being implemented in hydrogen industry in the recent times. Hydrogen production methods are presented, with a specific attention to electrolysis as a means for producing hydrogen from renewable energies. Hydrogen storage methods are described and the process of electrical energy generation from hydrogen by using fuel cell technology is explained.

          During this course, we will discuss in detail about hydrogen economy and future trends in addition to having a broad understanding of the opportunities and challenges with hydrogen and will develop an understanding of the properties and safety aspects of hydrogen, including its application to hydrogen production plants and refueling stations.



The master’s programme Green Hydrogen is developed to give students an application- oriented education focused on Hydrogen. The goal is to deepen and specialize one’s knowledge in production, storage, transport and application of Hydrogen, and related fields. The programme offers modules to gain in-depth technological as well as applied and competence-oriented knowledge. The theoretical base is supplemented with a project within the area of Green Hydrogen Technology and current challenges of applied research and development projects.
          To achieve this goal the programme is organized as a combination of compulsory fundamental modules, specialization modules with a stronger theoretical background; application and competence-oriented modules; as well as a project thesis including a project seminar. The programme is completed with a master’s thesis.


Academic & Job Prospects in Green Hydrogen

  1. Professor/Researcher : Pursue a career in academia, conducting research and teaching green hydrogen at universities or research institutions.
  2. Green Hydrogen Research Scientist : Work in research laboratories, exploring new phenomena and developing innovative green hydrogen materials or technologies.
  3. Postdoctoral Research Fellow: Gain further research experience by working with established scientists and contributing to cutting-edge green hydrogen projects.
  4. Green Hydrogen Lab Manager: Manage and oversee the operations of a green hydrogen laboratory, ensuring efficient functioning and facilitating research.
  5. Green Hydrogen Curriculum Developer. Contribute to the development of green hydrogen curricula and educational materials for universities or educational institutions.
  6. Green Hydrogen Engineer: Develop and optimize green hydrogen materials for various industrial applications, such as electronics, energy, or healthcare.
  7. Green Hydrogen Product Developer: Contribute to the design and development of Green Hydrogen Technology-based products and devices.
  8. Quality Control Analyst: Ensure the quality and performance of Green Hydrogen materials or products through rigorous testing and analysis.
  9. Green Hydrogen Consultant: Provide expertise and guidance to companies seeking to integrate Green Hydrogen Technology into their products or processes.

Some of the main industries offering employment opportunities after studying Green Hydrogen are listed under:

  1. Ammonia & Stell Industries.
  2. Refinery Industries.
  3. Fertilizers Industries.
  4. Energy and Renewable Energy Sector
  5. Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Industries.
  6. Aviation and Maritime Industries.
  7. Transport Industries.
  8. Shipping Industries.
  9. Power Generation Industries.
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