18 - 19 April 2023
Dom Pedro Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal

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Achieving Cost-Competitive Green Hydrogen at Scale

With hydrogen now a central part of many nations’ decarbonisation plans there remains an elephant in the room; how do we produce truly clean green hydrogen at the volumes needed to support this burgeoning Hydrogen ecosystem, at comparable prices to grey or blue Hydrogen? Without a route to green hydrogen at scale, efforts to transition to hydrogen will not contribute to the 2050 target of net zero.
 
With this in mind, the third annual Green Hydrogen Summit will examine every aspect of achieving cost- competitive green hydrogen at scale. The Summit will provide a comprehensive view of the entire green hydrogen ecosystem, including the regulations and incentives countries are deploying, the business models to deploy electrolysis projects, the infrastructure upgrades needed to transport and store hydrogen at scale, and the industrial applications for the hydrogen being produced.
 
Now into its third year, and with an audience made up of government officials, energy suppliers, project developers, debt providers and investors, utilities, gas TSOs and off-takers the summit will bring together delegates with leading experts to share the latest case studies, inspire action, and make the connections to realise the potential of green hydrogen.

Governments Attending From the Following Countries:

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Energy Providers, Utilities & DNOs

Investment Strategies & Business Models to Deploy Green Hydrogen Projects

Policy & Regulations

Co-Locating Electrolysis with Renewables

How Offtakers Plan to Use Green Hydrogen

Developing Infrastructure to Transport & Store Hydrogen

Director of Flight Operations
EasyJet
Secretary General
Marcogaz
Head of Department, Department for Strategic Planning and Programming, Ministry for Innovation and Technology
Hungary
Minister of State for Climate Change and Environment
United Arab Emirates
Deputy Director General, Energy Department - Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment
Finland

Green Hydrogen Summit 2022 Brochure

To get the best idea of what our event will look like, take a few minutes to read over our in-depth event brochure. 

Download the brochure and discover: 

  • 2022 Agenda
  • 2022 Themes
  • Sponsorship Opportunities
  • How to get involved

Companies Who Attended in 2022

Our 2022 Sponsors & Partners

Industry News

June 28, 2022
Utility-scale renewables developer Intersect Power has secured US$750 million in funding to take its portfolio of renewables, energy storage and green hydrogen projects beyond 8GW.
June 28, 2022
Energy giant Statkraft intends to develop 4GW of onshore renewables each year by 2030, an acceleration of its previous 2025 target of 2.5GW – 3GW.
June 22, 2022
The race for green hydrogen dominance is on, with global markets ramping up the scale of their ambition in terms of deployment. But this too is causing a further fight for market share among the three core electrolysis technologies, as Jonathan Tourino Jacobo learns.
June 22, 2022
Oil and gas major Chevron has pulled out of plans to acquire an equity interest in ACES Delta, the 300GWh green hydrogen energy storage project in Utah, it confirmed to Energy-Storage.news.