Hydrogen Innovation Forum

19.11.19

ENA, 4 More London Riverside, London SE1 2AU, UNITED KINGDOM

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Innovation Forum - Hydrogen

A two-day forum to develop a compelling business plan for large-scale low carbon hydrogen production, including defining the regulatory changes and policy incentives to enable hydrogen consumption. The Council will also begin discussion on developing a charter to increase demand for low-carbon hydrogen.

Failure to decarbonise our economies is not an option and a complete reliance on the electrification of heat, industry, transport and wider power demand is increasingly being contested as unrealistic. As a versatile energy carrier, hydrogen has the long-term potential to be the ideal complement to renewable generated power and provide a solution to decarbonise hard-to-abate sectors and store energy.

From policy to technical challenges related to the transport of hydrogen, this exclusive invitation-only forum will take attendees on a unique knowledge exchange journey to push the hydrogen agenda forward. This event is kindly hosted by ENA and will be in-part moderated by Dr Angela Wilkinson, Secretary General, World Energy Council.

DRAFT AGENDA

19 November, 09:30-17:00
Highlights:

-           Whole system view: what is the role for hydrogen?
-           Policy roadmap & business plan development and pitching
-           Bigger picture & introduction to HY100 discussion

20 November, 09:00-15:15
Highlights:

-           Learning journey: showcasing the latest technological developments
-           International standards and principles
-           Open agenda: opportunity to self-organise and deep dive into a specific issue

This event is open to the Council’s members and their network. Please contact Pauline Blanc at [email protected] to receive information on registration. If you have any other questions, please contact Marzia Zafar at [email protected].

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