Green Hydrogen: the Fossil-Free Fuel?
Start Date:16 Jun 10
This workshop will focus on the production of hydrogen from renewable sources to define a clear vision of what green hydrogen is and discuss the potentials and barriers inherent in this topic.
Ian Williamson, Air Product, hydrogen energy system director (UK) will share the vision of Air Product, one of the leading industry player in hydrogen energy.
Patrick Schmidt, Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik GmbH (LBST), project manager, Sustainable Energy & Transport (Germany) will discuss the sustainability of hydrogen as a transport fuel and put the discussion about hydrogen in the context of the current European Renewable Energy legislative framework.
Dr Pieternel Claassen, Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research, Hyvolution Project Coordinator (Netherlands), will present the Hyvolution project, a lighthouse project, whose aim is to develop a blueprint for decentral hydrogen production process using local biomass.
Prof. Michael Modigell, RWTH Aachen University/Department of Chemical Engineering, Chair of Mechanical Process Engineering, Germany will set the frame of the debate by making a presentation on the perspective for renewable hydrogen.
Jacques Smolenaars, Hygear, Vice President Business Development (Netherlands) will discuss the latest development in reforming technologies to produce hydrogen from biofuels.
(to be confirmed) Adwin Martens, WaterstofNet, director of the Dutch Flanders Hydrogen Project (Belgium) will present "A regional perspective on Green Hydrogen: the Dutch-Flanders Hydrogen Project".
Further speakers and organisations to be announced soon.
The workshop will take place at Euro Keys offices, rue de la Loi 26, 10th floor, 1040 Brussels, from 1000 until 1700.
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