Wednesday, 26 August 2020, 12:00-15:00 h Central European Summer Time.
As the world is moving towards higher shares of renewable energy and eventually towards 100% renewable energy, mankind is looking into options how to balance variable energy supply from the sun and from wind. Hydrogen, produced from renewable energy, is seen as potentially a key element in 100% renewable energy systems, playing a role in storage as well as industrial applications. Before this background, hydrogen technology can be become an important ally of wind and sun.
Accordingly, the webinar will present the current state of the art – of hydrogen technology including its economics, discuss potential areas of application in the different fields of transportation (road, maritime, aviation), in the storage market and in industrial processes. Also socioeconomic aspects will play an important role. Therefore, the webinar will present how wind power can extend its current role in the power market also to other sectors. Also the trend towards decentralisation will be raised.
Agenda (CEST time):
Moderator: Stefan Gsänger, WWEA Secretary General
– Hon. Peter Rae AO, WWEA President – Welcome and introduction
– John W. Sheffield, International Association for Hydrogen Energy – Global role of hydrogen
– Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, Hydrogen Europe – Prospects for renewable hydrogen in Europe
– Tristram Travers, H2U The Hydrogen Utility – Green Hydrogen in and from Australia
– Lucia Seißler, National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology NOW GmbH –Introduction to the German Hydrogen Strategy
– Yevgen Mykhalchenkov, East European Association for the Development of the Hydrogen Economy – Eastern Europe: Energy independence through green hydrogen – and more?
– Badr Ikken, Iresen – Developing a national strategy for hydrogen
– Khalid Benhamou, Sahara Wind – Green hydrogen building MENA’s future renewable economy