Andreas joined Eurogas in June 2019 as Policy Director, where he is responsible for the coordination and implementation of the association’s advocacy work. He brings over a decade of experience in EU affairs in Brussels, and has spent the past six years working for the biofuels industry. In this role he successfully defended the interests of the European ethanol industry on various high-profile cases, including on binding targets for biofuels in transport under the EU’s Renewable Energy Directive II.
Andreas is fluent in English, German, French and Dutch. He holds an MA in political science from the University of Maastricht.
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