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

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Providing the Solutions to Produce Renewable Hydrogen and Green Gases at Scale

Green hydrogen is currently enjoying unprecedented political and commercial momentum, with the number of policies and projects around the world expanding rapidly over the last 12 months. With hydrogen now a central part of many nations’ decarbonisation plans, there remains an elephant in the room; how do we produce clean green hydrogen at the volumes needed to support this burgeoning Hydrogen ecosystem, at comparable prices to grey or blue Hydrogen?

The fourth annual Green Hydrogen Summit will return to Lisbon as Portugal’s premier Green Hydrogen event to inspire and educate delegates on how to take advantage of the opportunities Green Hydrogen will offer financially and environmentally and provide the connections to make it possible. Come and meet our unique audience of offtakers, energy suppliers, project developers, debt providers and investors, utilities, gas TSOs and government officials.

This year we will move beyond an introduction to the concepts of green hydrogen and begin to look at the larger challenges on the horizon for the sector, including securing energy supply for Hydrogen production with limited sources of renewable energy and limited grid capacity. Finally we are expanding the range of the event to include some of the more significant renewable hydrogen derivates and their applications, including biogas, methanol, methane, LOHCs, and of course ammonia.

200+ Attendees

50+ World Class Speakers

22 Countries Represented

70% Decision Makers

Pricing in the Current Market

Best Practices to Secure Finance for Projects

How Green Hydrogen Will Be Stored and Transported to Offtakers or Consumers

How to Secure Grid Capacity for Projects in a Competitive Market  

How to Decarbonise the Industry Through the Use of Green 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 2023 Brochure

To get the best idea of what our event will look like, download the event brochure which features;

  • 2023 Agenda
  • 2023 Themes
  • Sponsorship Opportunities
  • How to get involved
Local & valuable conference in Green Hydrogen industry
LONGi Hydrogen
2022
A very good opportunity to learn about Green Hydrogen progress and opportunities
Econergy International Ltd
2022
A useful introduction to Hydrogen at a high level, great location for the conference
Renewable Development Investment
2022
Good opportunity to learn about the world of green hydrogen
JOGMEC
2022
This is the event to go to to learn about and understand the green hydrogen market better.
Coorstek
2022
Informative, relevant market players present, good opportunity to network, good mix of different sectors
Pacifico Energy Partners GmbH
2022
Good for networking and for getting a broad view of the market.
Grupotec
2022
An event in which you can find important key players of H2 ecosystem.
Fotowatio Renewable Ventures (FRV)
2022
Good place to deepen our knowledge of Green H2
Prf - Gas, Tecnologia e Construção, S.A.
2022
Good networking opportunity and SOTA information updates
Galp
2022

Companies Who Attended in 2022

Our 2023 Sponsors & Partners

Industry News

Green Hydrogen company Fusion Fuel has penned an agreement with energy infrastructure developer Electus Energy to build a 75MW green hydrogen plant in Bakersfield, California.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has provided over £32 million to five energy storage projects across the nation to support the development of new technologies such as thermal batteries and liquid flow batteries.
ACWA Power and Indonesian state power company will investigate energy storage and green hydrogen projects in the Southeast Asian country.
Saudi Arabian renewables developer ACWA Power has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop green hydrogen projects in Thailand.
Several innovative technologies are currently being developed and optimised to help achieve net zero by 2050. Core to this, however, will be ensuring no person – or industry – is left behind.
Indian independent power producer (IPP) ReNew Power has signed an agreement with the government of Egypt to set up a green hydrogen plant that will require an investment of US$8 billion.
Sungrow has signed MOU to collaborate on energy transition topics with Provincial Electricity Authority of Thailand.
The UK boasts the “largest offshore wind pipeline” according to EY Global however has lost the top rank for installed capacity to China.