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ARRIVAL OF INTERNATIONAL MASTER PROGRAM IN ENERGY AND GREEN HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGY (IMP-EGH) BATCH 2 STUDENTS FROM TOGO TO NIGER

From 30 April to 3 May 2024, in the evening, the students of the International Master in Energy and Green Hydrogen (IMP-EGH), batch 2 from Togo to Niger, arrived in Niger to complete their second semester in good conditions. A large delegation arrived at the Diori Hamani International Airport in Niamey, headed by Mr Mounkailla Moussa Saley, Interim Director of the IMP-EGH, Niger, and Ms Selasi Weto, Senior Executive Assistant Capacity Building Department    , to welcome the students from Togo. They all arrived safely on Nigerien land. A family photo was taken to immortalise the event before we headed to the brand new Green Hydrogen Complex, located at the ABDOU MOUMOUMI University. After arriving at the complex, we took them to the complex's new restaurant, to have their first dinner in Niger. After dinner, they were all installed in their different rooms, shared by the Interim Director, the DCB Senior Executive Assistant, and the head of the H2 laboratory.

BATCH 2 (IMP-EGH), STUDENTS’ MEETING WITH THE VICE CHANCELLOR OF ABDOU MOUMOUNI UNIVERSITY

On Saturday 4 May 2024, the students of batch 2 of the International Master's Programme on Energy and Green Hydrogen (IMP-EGH), were at the RECTORATE of the Abdou Moumouni University in Niamey to meet the Vice-Chancellor. The staff of the Master in Green Hydrogen accompanied them: the Interim Director, the Coordinator of Green Hydrogen, the responsible of Green Hydrogen laboratory, the ITT Manager of WASCAL DRP and the assistant of WASCAL DRP – CCE.

The meeting was opened at 11am in the conference room of the RECTORATE by the Vice Chancellor Prof. ADAMOU Rabani as Chairman of the session.

First of all, all the participants were introduced. The Chairman then gave the floor to the Interim Director and Coordinator of the IMP-EGH, who in turn presented the roadmap for the second semester to the students, then the timetable for the second session of the first semester, and read out the internal regulations of the Abdou Moumoumi University, as well as the New Green Hydrogen Complex.

After that, the V.C. took the floor and introduced Mr Abdoul Razak NIANDOU, the person in charge of the new Green Hydrogen Complex to the students.

The V.C. emphasised the University's internal regulations, on the strict observance of these guidelines by students, in order to avoid misbehaviour, fraud, etc.

The meeting closed with advice from the V.C. saying you should also work hard, you are ambassadors for Africa, you should succeed and you are the representatives of Africa everywhere in the world.

A Conference was organized at Abdou Moumouni University, in the new brand LIVING LAB ENERGY AND GREEN HYDROGEN, of WASCAL NIGER, 14th June 2024

TOPIC: Climate Change and Energy transition in Africa: challenges and opportunities for sustainable development.

The conference was presented by the imminent Prof. AROUNA DIEDHIOU, Research Director of the institute of Research for Sustainable Development (IRD), he was assisted by prof. EricC Ofosu Antwi a lecturer from university of Sunyani Ghana.

The conference started at 10:00 Am, as we know that, Climate Change is the leitmotiv of today challenges in all over the world, it is why Green Hydrogen, WASCAL’s students online were invited to this conference in order to learn more about this Climate Change to have opportunities to exploit, and implementing some activities in the future, the conference was ended at 12:00 Am.

After the conference, the moderator Ass. Prof. Mounkaila Moussa Saley gave in substance the aim of the conference in the different point stated in the conference, like data showing the high temperature which mean that there’s GLOBAL WARMING (bush fire), a lot of rain falls, drought etc.

For the Renewable Energy transition in the Socio-Economic Development in Africa, the commitment of all the decision makers, stake holders, a good government policy in the area will be very helpful and important for perspectives activities for sustainable development.

Questions from students:

It depends on the specificities of each country in term of renewable Energy.

For example, if we take like Niger, the country has uranium, so we have to focus on the uranium production for our nuclear power plant in order to develop our own Nuclear Energy capacity, countries like Sierre Leone, Liberia, Guinea the quantity of rain fall is very important during the year, there is abondance of water, they should go for Hydro power Energy production said Prof. Eric Ofosu Antwi for their sustainable Socio-Economic Development.

At the end a family photo was taken for the event.