Dana Hanby, Dr Susann Funke, Prof Dr Stefan Ulreich , David McNeil
About this talk
For some time Hydrogen has been viewed as one of the key building blocks on the path towards Net Zero. However, the recent conflict in Ukraine has added momentum to the development of energy strategies that involve hydrogen. The selection of existing technologies for hydrogen production and the possibility of centralized and de-centralized applications makes hydrogen an attractive value proposition in the energy strategies, but are we ready for its implementation? As in the case for scaling up electric vehicles, the hydrogen market needs efficient infrastructure, with good transport, distribution, and storage. But is there capital that supports these requirements?
- What are the expectations of the Market for hydrogen?
- How is the ‘hydrogen as a global commodity’ story developing?
- Do we have policies that support the implementation of hydrogen?
- Should we be concerned about the water use or CO2 emitted as a by-product?
- How is the demand and supply shaping? And which market segments would have the greatest demand for hydrogen?
- Are the recent changes in prices and availability of Natural Gas impacting the cost of production of hydrogen and affecting its attractiveness?
- Have we now decided that it is the ‘green’ hydrogen that we want?
- What are the trends?
These and many more questions we will discuss with our excellent panel:
Dr Susann Funke – CEO & Legal Officer – LEX AI
Prof Dr Stefan Ulreich – Biberach University of Applied Science
David McNeil – Head of RI Research – Insight Investment
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