The European Strategy to Promoting Green Hydrogen Commercialization
[IMPACT LIVE] What is the Right Strategy to Promote Green Hydrogen Commercialization in Europe?
Date & Time: 10:30 - 12:30, Central European Time, Nov 29 Tuesday
Format: Digital Conference
Global energy markets are being disrupted by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. For energy independence, there is a double urgency to transform Europe's traditional energy ecology, leading to the emergence of renewable hydrogen as a future fuel to displace fossil gas while keeping the pace towards green transition.
In the REPowerEU Plan, the EU Commission has set a target of 10 million tonnes of domestic renewable hydrogen production and another 10 million tonnes of imports by 2030. To initiate hydrogen market, R&D funding of €200 million is set aside along with up to €10.6 billion for IPCEI projects, which is expected to unlock additional €14 billion in private investments.
Solid capital and funding support from the EU sets the tone for the scaling up and acceleration of green hydrogen. The next key question: How to fast track commercialization among industry-scale projects? This webinar is designed to present Europe's latest strategies and approaches in terms of policy framework, inter and intra regional collaborations, as well as sector progress.
High-level Policy - Europe
10:30 - 10:50 | Understanding the EU Green Hydrogen Strategy, Priority and Possibility
Hélène Chraye, Head of Unit – Clean Energy Transition, European Commission
10:50 - 11:10 | Accelerating European Green Hydrogen Commercialization: What are the Missing Pieces?
Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director, Clean Hydrogen Partnership
11:10 - 11:30 | Spain's Role in Building the European Hydrogen Resilience
Iria Basanta, Head of Service Hydrogen, Deputy Directorate for Hydrocarbons and New Fuels, MITECO, Spain
Global Hydrogen Evolution
11:30 - 11:50 | Revitalizing Global Green Transition Ecosystem: Green Hydrogen and Renewables
Jonas Moberg, CEO, Green Hydrogen Organisation(GH2)
Insights Brought to You by：
Head of Unit – Clean Energy Transition
Head of Service Hydrogen, Deputy Directorate for Hydrocarbons and New Fuels
Clean Hydrogen Partnership
Green Hydrogen Organisation(GH2)