Targi Kielce a part of the Central Hydrogen Cluster. Zero emissions - the target
The Łaszczyński Brothers Central Hydrogen Cluster was established by the Świętokrzyskie Industria Group (formerly Kielce Mining Mineral Resources) in the autumn 2021. Today, 50 entities - institutions, local governments and companies have been incorporated: the signatories of the declaration strive to create by 2030 zero-emission energy sources capable of generating 4 TWh of energy a year and hydrogen electrolysers with a capacity of 250 MW. The resources pool is to translate into 50,000 tons of clean hydrogen to power the heavy equipment, trucks and public transport in cities. The expected reduction level is 400,000 tons of CO2 per year.
Enex renewable energy Expo in Kielce on 8 March , welcomed new members that joined the cluster - Targi Kielce, Emprom from the energy construction industry, Heat not Lost providing energy services, Kielce Technology Park and Go&Management, which provides professional advice in the field of managing the implementation of complex investment projects.
- We have organised renewable energy fairs for 25 years. Already a quarter of a century ago, we tried to persuade the general public that there is a future for renewable energy. However, for the first two decades it was a small expo, occupying one epxo hall. In the past, we also organised nationwide conferences on nuclear energy, but the interest was low. Today this has changed, which we can also see after the attendance at our event. Enex is the full-house event - all seven expo halls of our centre .The interest of visitors exceeded our expectations - said the president of Targi Kielce, Andrzej Mochoń PhD.
The exhibition, turned out to be the most significant event in the renewable energy sector in Poland.
Targi Kielce is not only a place where green energy is discussed. The centre has joined the hydrogen cluster, as it places great emphasis on zero emissions. The expo centre prepares for such investments as the installation of photovoltaic panels and thermal modernization of halls. Devices detecting heat loss points will also be installed.