2021 AgendA

09:00
 - 10:30 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation

• Overview of Hydrogen policies across Europe and the key countries who are leading the development of the market
• How do European nations create a financially viable Green Hydrogen market?
• How can policymakers incentivise Green Hydrogen to support long term development of an independently funded
economy?
• Implications for financiers and utilities – where are the investable propositions?

, Minister of Climate and Energy and Public Utilities
, Denmark
, Regional Minister
, Province of Drenthe
, General Director of Energy, Mining and Reactivation
, Gobierno del Principado de Asturias
10:35
 - 11:15 BST (UTC +01:00)
Networking

Make the connections to accelerate your Green Hydrogen aspirations, with 40 minutes dedicated to building your network. Join our virtual speed networking and let us take care of introducing you to new contacts with our dedicated networking software:

Speed Networking will place you in a room with 3 random contacts. Designed to replicate some of the spontaneity of making contacts during the coffee breaks at live events, the system even provides prompts to help facilitate conversation if required.

11:15
 - 12:25 BST (UTC +01:00)
Panel Discussion

As Green Hydrogen costs come down and it becomes a mature industry, countries may start looking to countries with high numbers of renewables and land mass, who are naturally suited to producing en-mass, to import hydrogen from. In this session we look at the complexities of developing an international export market.

• Examining how countries looking to develop large amounts of cheap hydrogen such as Spain, Portugal, Australia
and Scotland can look to develop an export market
• Understanding the size of financial opportunities in global vs regional markets
• Overcoming the lack of standardisation in regulation, technology and definitions of green hydrogen which might hinder the development of a global export market

, Managing Director
, Network-co
, Head of Corporate Energy Planning
, EDP
12:40
 - 13:20 BST (UTC +01:00)
Panel Discussion

Offtaker demand is key to developing a market for Green Hydrogen to survive without subsidies. Green Hydrogen’s current high cost makes it economically unviable compared to other sources of energy, however carbon taxes could help to create long term price parity and bridge that gap until Green hydrogen costs come down. In this session we will examine how carbon taxes have been implemented.

• Looking at the timelines required for carbon taxes to overcome the price gap between Grey and Green hydrogen,
and how they can be shortened
• Outlining planned and existing carbon taxation schemes, and their successes, and limitations
• How emissions trading could offer alternative income for developers looking to collocated hydrogen with their
projects

, Executive Director
, Green Hydrogen Commission
, Director
, Bellona Europe
13:25
 - 14:05 BST (UTC +01:00)
Networking

Make the connections to accelerate your Green Hydrogen aspirations, with 40 minutes dedicated to building your network. Join our virtual speed networking and let us take care of introducing you to new contacts with our dedicated networking software:

Speed Networking will place you in a room with 3 random contacts. Designed to replicate some of the spontaneity of making contacts during the coffee breaks at live events, the system even provides prompts to help facilitate conversation if required.

14:05
 - 14:45 BST (UTC +01:00)
Panel Discussion

As the world starts to look towards recovery post COVID-19 and building back a greener economy we will assess where the Green Hydrogen industry is now, how much it has been impacted by the pandemic, and how availability of funding might change the development of Hydrogen projects.

• Can the political agenda be steered toward green hydrogen and away from grey or blue? Should governments be looking at the green hydrogen route now, or use blue as part of their strategy?
• For how long will subsidies be required to support the industry, and how can we build a market not reliant on subsidies to survive?
• How investors are going to help meet the challenge of deploying and estimated additional 120GW of new wind and solar to power European hydrogen ambitions

, Director
, CAN Europe
, Managing Director
, Marguerite Fund
, Director General
, Eurogas
, Associate Director – Sustainable Resource Investments
, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
16:40
 - 17:40 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation

• How the new Biden administration will change the USA’s approach to green hydrogen
• Latest technologies that are developing in the North American market
• Perspective of the US utilities and how they envisage connecting with future hydrogen production
• An overview of the Canadian market including the impacts of the Canadian fuel standard and clean market deals,
and whether these need to be expanded even further

, Minister of Energy, Deputy House Leader
, Government of Alberta, Canada

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