The introduction of transformative pedagogy provides for active learning in the incentivized, faculty-led, study abroad programs focused on green hydrogen projects. These study abroad programs utilize Purdue's Hydrogen Learning HUB, which is comprised of the Vertically Integrated Projects, Collaborative Online International Learning, Hub of Intercultural Learning, and Strategic Doing educational programs. Two faculty-led study abroad programs have been developed, one in Peru during Spring Break and one in Europe during a 4-week summer term. The Peruvian program is focused on two open-pit mines, the Falchani Lithium and the Quellaveco Copper projects, for green hydrogen technology integration into the mining operations. American Lithium Corporation is developing the Falchani mine located in the Andes Mountains. The Falchani mine is the world's sixth-largest hard rock lithium deposit. The Quellaveco mine, which is being developed by Anglo American Perú, in partnership with the Mitsubishi Corporation, is one of the world's largest copper deposits. The summer study abroad focuses on remote island communities, such as the Orkney Islands, as an ideal candidate for evaluation of green hydrogen technology integration into remote communities on islands. Currently, the community-based renewable energy systems on the Orkney Islands generate more than 130% of the electric energy consumed.