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CGHE2023 Forward:
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

Description:

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.

Agenda:

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, CEOGreen Hydrogen Organisation(GH2)

Insights Brought to You by:

Hélène Chraye

Head of Unit – Clean Energy Transition

 

European Commission

Iria Basanta

Head of Service Hydrogen, Deputy Directorate for Hydrocarbons and New Fuels

MITECO, Spain

Bart Biebuyck

Executive Director

Clean Hydrogen Partnership

Jonas Moberg

CEO 

Green Hydrogen Organisation(GH2)

Host:

Cheryl Yu

Research Analyyst

Leader Associates