The challenge of moving electrolyser technology to gigawatt (GW) scale in the next decade is set to be discussed in a webinar next month.
Innovation Challenge Hydrogen and the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU), on behalf of the European Commission, will look at how the EU Hydrogen Strategy and the German Hydrogen Strategy can promote the massive scale up in electrolyser capacity in Europe, while collaborating at global scale with main partners such as Australia and the US to provide the necessary clean hydrogen by 2030 and decarbonise our economies.
The second part of the webinar will use the opportunity to share preliminary results of the Hydrohub Innovation Program, which has been working on a baseline (2020 level) design of a GW electrolyser plant for green hydrogen and corresponding cost analysis.
Join the discussion on 29th October at 1.30pm to 4.30pm CET and explore which challenges still lie ahead to bring green hydrogen to the front of the merit order.
Hosted by Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director of FCH JU, and Andreas ten Cate, Programme Director System Integration at ISPT, confirmed speakers include:
- Marco Waas, Vice-President/Director of RD&I and Technology at Nouryon
- Hélène Craye, Head of Unit – Clean Energy Transition at the European Commission
- Kurt-Christoph von Knobelsdorff, Managing Director of NOW, Germany
- Sunita Satyapal, Director at Department of Energy – Fuel Cells Office, US
- Alex Cooke, Gov. Counsellor at Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources, Australia
- Sammy van den Broeck, Vice-President of Climate Neutrality at Yara International, Belgium