17-18 May 2022 | Portugal

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2022 AgendA

09:00
 - 10:00 BST (UTC +01:00)
Panel Discussion
  • What are the key regulation and incentives on the horizon that will shape and stimulate the hydrogen market?
  • How will the recent RED II changes effect project development and planning
  • Debating certificates of origin – will these prove key to defining what is green hydrogen and what isn’t, will they be considered tradable assets and how will that market develop?
  • How will the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism affect the market? Will this drive more developers outside of the EU to produce green hydrogen?
  • Are carbon tax policies the answer to making green hydrogen competitive? And how might they create new income sources in trading carbon credits?
, Secretary General
, Eurogas
, Senior policy officer - Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy
, Netherlands
, Deputy Director General, Energy Department - Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment
, Finland
10:00
 - 10:25 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation
  • How Green Hydrogen will help Portugal achieve ambitious decarbonisation targets for 2030: a 55% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and a 47% share of renewables in gross final energy consumption
  • A behind the scenes look at the Portuguese hydrogen roadmap as Portugal aims to deploy 2 to 2,5 GW of capacity to produce hydrogen, inject 10% to 15% of hydrogen into the natural gas grid and build 50 to 100 hydrogen refuelling stations with an investment of around 7 to 9 billion euros
  • Highlighting the biggest current and future projects in Portugal for financiers and utilities to identify investable propositions
10:25
 - 10:50 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation

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10:50
 - 11:30 BST (UTC +01:00)
Networking

CAMPFIRE SESSION: BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN DEVELOPERS AND OFFTAKERS

A dedicated networking sessions for hydrogen producers and offtakers to come together to discuss methods of collaboration and build relationships to deploy future projects.

LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE!

11:30
 - 12:20 BST (UTC +01:00)
Panel Discussion
  • How the 30 members of the initiative have come together to achieve 95 GW of solar and 67 GW of electrolysis capacity by 2030, deliver 3.6 million tonnes of green hydrogen per year.
  • An examination of the financial and technological business models and projects involved, and a look at the offtake and transportation methods secured for the project.
  • How other developers, EPCs, offtakers, TSOs and more can work together to deliver hydrogen at scale.
12:20
 - 12:45 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation
  • A behind the scenes look at how developers can co-locate green hydrogen electrolysis with solar projects either to load balance or to generate additional revenue
  • Building a solar and electrolysis project from scratch, including the technologies used, challenges to deployment and plans for scaling production
  • Understanding the financial business model behind projects: how were funds secured, and on what terms?
12:45
 - 13:10 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation
  • Green Hydrogen’s role in Denmark’s ambitions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 70% by 2030
  • Insight into how Denmark plans to utilise its high wind production and innovative energy islands to generate green hydrogen and decarbonise other industries
13:10
 - 14:10 BST (UTC +01:00)
Networking
14:10
 - 15:00 BST (UTC +01:00)
Panel Discussion
  • How industrial clusters can be used to aggregate demand, to achieve a higher volume of offtake and allow green hydrogen to compete financially.
  • Examining the benefits of sector coupling - how industrial or chemical offtakers can be integrated with mobility, maritime, or aviation.
  • How can developers help facilitate and get involved in industrial clusters? Are there cost benefits for developers saving on land charges and transportation of hydrogen?
15:00
 - 15:25 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation
  • A behind the scenes look a wind project that has deployed electrolysis to produce green hydrogen, either to generate revenue or to compensate for low generation
  • Analysing the challenges of offshore wind hydrogen generations including transportation to the mainland, as well as potential technology such as desalinisation to use water
  • Examining how developers have secured offtake for their projects, and how those relationships were built and nurtured
15:25
 - 15:50 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation
  • How Spain aims to achieve a minimum of 25% of the total hydrogen consumed in 2030 to be from renewable sources
  • A roadmap to how Spain will deploy at least 4 GW of electrolyser plants by 2030
  • Insight into the largest and future green hydrogen projects being deployed in Spain, and the markets they will service
16:20
 - 17:10 BST (UTC +01:00)
Panel Discussion
  • Assessing the obstacles to Green Hydrogen becoming bankable; what CAPEX costs increases might we see in the near future?
  • Behind the scenes insight into what banks want to see, and their views of challenges such as counterparty risk, country risk, energy prices, and technology risk
  • Examining the regulations that will accompany the financing of hydrogen projects such as contracts for difference or carbon pricing, and how this might shape a future hydrogen economy
17:10
 - 17:35 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation
  • Learn the drivers behind offtakers moving towards clean hydrogen; what influences offtakers to change?
  • Hear what offtakers are looking for from partners and hydrogen producers
  • Understanding the financial models that offtakers are using to covert to green hydrogen; purchasing patterns, contract lengths and pricing.

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