Hydrogen is the most powerful energy carrier of the future. Hydrogen is the most common element in the universe, A kilogram of hydrogen has nearly three times the energy content of gasoline and more than twice that of gas and Hydrogen production and conversion to other forms of energy causes no GHG emissions. As a result, Governments across the world have put hydrogen at the center of their decarbonization plans with billions of dollars allocated to stimulating the market with the recent Green Recovery Announcements, National Energy Strategies and the European Green Deal, Green Hydrogen is the key enabler for achieving carbon neutrality and fighting climate change.
Green Hydrogen could supply up to 25% of the world’s energy needs, power around 425 million vehicles worldwide and become a $10 Trillion addressable market by 2050. Some of the key sectors Green Hydrogen will significantly impact include Power and Industry, Mobility and Transport
Green hydrogen could supply up to 25% of the world’s energy needs, power around 425 million vehicles around the world and become a $10 Trn addressable market by 2050. Some of the key sectors Green Hydrogen will significantly impact include Power and industry, Mobility and transport, Chemical feedstock, and Construction.
The European Commission’s Energy Roadmap for 2050 has proposed that 85% of energy will be produced by renewables; 65% of it will come from solar and wind. This would entail a 10-fold increase in energy storage. To meet this demand, the commission has proposed use of excess electricity to split water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen and store hydrogen for later use.
The Green Hydrogen Forum will be a 2-day interactive and case study driven Forum bringing together key stakeholders, from Government representatives, Regulatory and policy makers, Electric Utility companies, Renewable Energy Companies, Gas and Electricity Transmission System Operators, Green Hydrogen Project Developers and EPCs and Technology solution providers.
The key focus of the Forum will be on networking and discussing key challenges, opportunities, and benchmarking best practices with regards to Green Hydrogen Production .