This TransHyDE hosted event focuses on solutions for transport and storage of hydrogen. Furthermore, a high-level panel discussion will address how to close the techno-economic and regulatory gaps in order to develop a hydrogen economy in a timely manner. You can attend the conference on site or follow it online via live stream.
TransHyDE's scientific conference is titled "Overcoming techno-economic & regulatory barriers towards an efficient green hydrogen storage and transport infrastructure". In the course of this conference, the nine TransHyDE projects will present scientific insights and results of their research and implementation work on gaseous and liquid hydrogen, on the derivatives ammonia and LOHC, as well as systemic and regulatory considerations. The speakers will explain the status of the different hydrogen transport and storage options with concrete application cases. The focus is primarily on solutions to overcome existing obstacles. After each presentation, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussion.
A panel discussion with renowned national and EU representatives from politics, industry and associations on the topic "How can the techno-economical and regulatory gaps be closed in order to expand a hydrogen economy in a timely manner?" will top off the event.
The official part of the programme begins at 9 a.m. while registration starts at 8 a.m., coffee breaks as well as joint lunch and dinner are planned.
- Registration, welcome coffee
- Welcome speech incl. short presentation of TransHyDE by the coordinators
- Keynote, Prof. Dr. Mario Ragwitz
- Scientific presentations from the TransHyDE projects focussing on
- status of technologies, concrete use cases, focus on scientific aspects
- relevance of the work of the consortium, including results and solutions to obstacles
- identification of regulatory gaps in relation to the project work
- Presentation on international cooperation, I.E. Philip Green OAM, Ambassador at the Australian Embassy in Germany
- Virtual Keynote, Bettina Stark-Watzinger, Federal Minister of Education and Research
- Panel discussion on the topic "How can the techno-economic and regulatory gaps be closed in order to expand a hydrogen economy in a timely manner", Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, Piotr Kuś, Ralph Bahke, Ulrike Hinz, Prof. Dr. Robert Schlögl, Prof. Dr. Mario Ragwitz
- Round Table Networking Session
You can download the detailed agenda here.