On May 19 the University of Oslo hosted the the fourth H2igher Educational Rounds organised by the Working Group Education of the International Partnership for hydrogen and fuel cells in the Economy, IPHE. Students and staff of the listened to an overview of the recent H2 and FC activities in Japan, USA, France and Germany and were taken on a tour to the Lillestrøm Hydrogen centre where innovative  concepts of renewable hydrogen production are developed starting from solar and biogas. The H2igher Educational Rounds seek to inform students about the latest developments in different IPHE countries, educational careers and other job opportunities in the industry. (Photo, Oslo hydrogen station).