17-18 May 2022 | Venue TBC, Portugal

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Heike Carl Zatterstrom

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Boson Energy
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Heike is an entrepreneur with wide international communicator and analyst experience from trust-based and increasingly digitised industries such as energy, security services, research services, and telecom. Heike has worked with strategy, operations and communications assignments in Scandinavia, W/E Europe, Middle East, South Asia, and Central America at companies like Securitas, AOL Europe, Evalueserve, Business Sweden and Intelligence Sverige. At BOSON ENERGY Heike is part of fundamentally changing the way we handle waste. Building awareness around local waste and biomass in fact being the largest sources of clean, affordable and available carbon-negative Hydrogen on the planet. That this local circular Hydrogen potential can be unlocked with autonomous distributed technology – that reduces infrastructure and builds local prosperity, while at the same time cleaning the air we breathe and the water we depend on. Heike holds an MSc in Business and Economics with specialisation in Marketing and Managerial Finance from the Stockholm School of Economics and the Carlson School of Management in the US.

18 May
13:00
 - 13:25 BST (UTC +01:00)
Presentation

We can fundamentally change the way we look at non-recyclable waste – and transform it into the largest source of clean, affordable and available Hydrogen on the planet. Did you know that your average ton of non-recyclable waste can be recycled into 1000 km with a Hydrogen bus or truck and effectively replace 500 litres of imported fossil diesel. This local potential for carbon-negative 24/7 Hydrogen can be unlocked with autonomous distributed technology that reduces infrastructure stress and builds local prosperity – while at the same time cleaning the air we breathe and keeping the water and soil we depend on clean. The source of the efficiency and cost advantage being that the photosynthesis has already done the work to split the Hydrogen from water and stored it in the energy-rich hydrocarbons that make up the waste. Waste that is available in abundance – and right where Hydrogen is most needed.