Water Consumption Overview

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Hydrogen is a central component of the energy transition and the European Green Deal for a climate-neutral Europe. In order to achieve the goals defined by 2050, the EU and the German government have drawn up a framework for action and are making long-term investments in research, development and the rapid implementation of innovative hydrogen technologies. As part of its National Hydrogen Strategy, the German government has created a new hydrogen research network, funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. It is intended to serve as an open expert forum for networking and professional exchange between industry, universities and research institutes, to provide suggestions for research into and application of hydrogen technologies along the entire value chain, and to formulate recommendations on the direction of the German government's research funding. Within blog this new community of excellence, the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) has been appointed to run the “Safety and Acceptance” cluster – one of four thematic areas around which all of the network’s activities are structured. Dr. Kai Holtappels, Head of Division for Constructive Fire and Explosion Safety for Gases, will lead BAM’s coordination work in this critical area. Hydrogen research has been topical at BAM for more than one hundred years and is currently the focus of numerous research and cooperation activities. In September 2020, it bundled its broad expertise in this field to form a competence centre titled [email protected] . BAM's current hydrogen strategy creates important prerequisites for the successful expansion of existing markets. It also aims to ensure the technical safety and monitoring of infrastructures and plants - from production and transport to storage and supply of hydrogen as the energy carrier of the future. "Hydrogen technology is central to the success of the energy transition," said BAM President Prof. Dr. Ulrich Panne. "With our research in this field, we are creating confidence in the new technology. Safety is a basic prerequisite for its acceptance." Under the leadership of Dr. Holtappels, the national cluster will look in particular at safety aspects of components and systems, from generation to storage and transport to the use of hydrogen.

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How Google But Coursera CEO Jeff Maggioncalda, who has worked closely with Google on the new initiative, identified another advantage of the new programs. "The IT Support Professional Certificate is very valuable, but it leads to a customer-facing job," says Maggioncalda. "But what if that's not appealing to you? You might say, well, I'm more creative, I'm more design-oriented. Then, the UX course might be the right fit. Or maybe you say I'm neither of those things, but I'm very organized. Then, you have the project management course available, or the data analyst course. "It's really expanding the kinds of careers people can get into." When speaking with Google, I was especially curious to hear more about the additions to the search bar. After all, it's not often you come across a change to a tool that so much of the world uses every day. Here is where the pandemic likely played a major role. Google says this year alone, searches like "how to find a job with no experience" or "great jobs without a degree" spiked more than 750 percent. "Part of what motivates us is that we see people come to Google in these critical moments," says Pichai. "And we asked ourselves: How can we be more helpful? How can we make that experience better?" The answer was to add a feature to Google Search that makes it easier for people to find jobs for their education and experience level.  Now, when people search for topics like "no degree jobs," they'll see a job carousel highlighting relevant opportunities. They'll also be able to filter jobs on the basis of education and experience requirements, including the phrase "no degree." Google is also working with job sites like Glassdoor and LinkedIn, along with U.S. employers, to make these requirements clearer on job postings. You can imagine how this could help those millions of Americans in need. People like Rey Justo, who, before Covid-19, was making more money than he ever had as the team lead for a fireplace installation company. But once the pandemic hit, orders plummeted. "No one wants someone entering their house who is going from one home to another," Justo says. In a short time, Justo, his wife, and his four children were sharing one room in the home of his grandparents.  Justo ended up enrolling in the Google IT Career Certificate, which led to a job at Zennify, a computer software company in Sacramento. Now Justo and his family are closing on a deal to buy a house.

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