ABOUT European Hydrogen
The European Hydrogen Conference (EHC) has been created to focus on the latest projects, technologies and regulations to achieve the European Commission’s net-zero target. Despite the blueprint being laid out, there are still many unanswered questions including the pace of demand creation and developing long-term integrated hydrogen supply.
After a successful gathering in March 2022, we look forward to the 2nd inaugural edition of the European Hydrogen Conference live in Vienna on 29 March 2023 alongside our renowned European Gas Conference.
hours of content
hours of networking & pre-arranged meetings
KEY THEMES &
Identifying the latest hydrogen projects and sharing the successful examples of the roll-out of hydrogen cluster strategies
Exploring the regulatory and technological advances required to promote low-carbon and renewable hydrogen production
Promoting demand across the value chain and sharing how industry players have integrated hydrogen into their long-term GHG reduction strategies
Partner, Energy, Infrastructure & Natural resources
Norton Rose Fulbright
Project Manager, Hydrogen Transition
Senior Policy Manager
Global Hydrogen Lead, Mckinsey
Vice President Business Development Hydrogen
Shearman & Sterling
Institute of Political Science Louvain-Europe (UCLouvain)
Head of New Business Streams Development, Hydrogen
Regional Director Europe
Team Leader International Hydrogen Economy
German Energy Agency (dena)
VP, Blue Hydrogen
Regional Head, Renewables and High-Tech
VP Product & Portfolio, Clean Ammonia
Vice President Low Carbon Solutions
Senior Vice President, Green Hydrogen.
REINERTSEN New Energy AS
CEO & Chairman
2021 Post Event Report
The first virtual EHC took place 23 June addressed the current obstacles in achieving a fully-fledged hydrogen economy. We heard about the upcoming packages from the European Commission and tackled the core issues of stimulating demand. The report details the key findings.
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Tore Sylvester Jeppesen ,Haldor Topsøe's SVP for Green Hydrogen. As we look ahead to the European Hydrogen Conference, we discussed the urgent technological developments required in reaching net-zero, the reality check needed and the important role electrolysis and carbon capture will have to play in all of this.
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