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9:00
OPENING KEYNOTE:Hydrogen- a revolution in the skies?
9:20
PANEL DISCUSSION: Chicken and egg dilemma. Enabling hydrogen economy- regulations, supply & demand perspectives.
How is the market of power generation going to change over the next 20 years to enable an easy supply of electricity to make hydrogen and meet net-zero? How are governments going to stimulate investment in technology development to drive down prices and what regulations will be in place? How to build up the production and demand curves and establish a full value chain? Where are the potential right conditions for hydrogen to take off?
William Rowe
CEO
Octopus Hydrogen
Shabana Jamil
Hydrogen Business Model, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy,
GOV UK
THOMAS ENGELMANN
Head of Energy Transition
KGAL Investment Management
Christian Weinberger
Strategy Adviser
Hydrogen Advisers
10:40
HIGHLIGHT PRESENTATION: "50 Shades" of Hydrogen- Blue, Green, Turquoise?
11:00
NETWORKING BREAK AND TECHNOLOGY LEARNING CAROUSEL
All attendees will have a chance to meet with exhibitors in this fun, fast round-robin networking format where each technology exhibitor will have two minutes to present their product and two minutes to answer attendees’ questions.
11:30
SESSION: Greening the transition - Scaling up green hydrogen development
How does green hydrogen blend into/modify the traditional value chain and what are the new business models around green hydrogen? How offshore farms are going to increase the economic potential of green hydrogen? What technologies are on the horizon? How and when can the industry make a transition from grey and blue hydrogen to green?
  • Green hydrogen cheaper than fossil fuels in 2025: the tipping point
Thierry Lepercq
President and co-founder
DH2 energy
  • TBC
Kofi Mbuk
Cleantech analyst
Carbon Tracker
13:00
LUNCH BREAK
14:00
SESSION: The “How” of a hydrogen production- Innovation & Technology view
What are the innovations in technologies and what developments are still needed to achieve low-cost hydrogen production? How to align the current technologies with the business plan given the fast pace of innovation?
  • Exploring the trends, technologies & future market expectations for electrolysis
Andrew Emil
Global Sales Director Fuel Cells and Electrolyser Technologies
Cummins
  • TBC
Elena Verdú
Senior Scientist Hydrogen Process Design Specialist
Repsol
  • The world's largest green renewable hydrogen facility in California project
Sylvain Motycka
CTO and Board Member
SGH2 Energy
15:15
DISCUSSION: Catching up with the industry - The key hydrogen projects
What is the state of play of the key hydrogen projects? What are the huge scale demonstration projects coming into operation? How are they achieving scalability?
  • Decarbonising the industries with the renewable hydrogen solution
Franck Le Baron
Senior Vice President
Engie Hydrogen
  • HyDeal Ambition project
Marco Chiesa
Head of origination and partnership
SNAM
  • Humber project updates
Jonathan Oxley
Humber Industrial Cluster Plan manager
Humber
16:30
NETWORKING BREAK
16:45
SESSION: Looking at the other side of the value chain - The Big End User Question
Who do we see as the long term players in the hydrogen value chain from a consumer and clients standpoint? Where will hydrogen adoption make the most sense and who is already leading the demand for hydrogen? Is the mobility market ready for hydrogen fuel? What are the other potential end users' views?
Christopher Jackson
CEO
Protium
Haroun van Hövell
Chairman
LBC Tank Terminals