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The Role of Large Scale Hydrogen

The Role of Large Scale Hydrogen

HYPER Closing Seminar

The focus of the seminar is The Role of Large Scale Hydrogen and will be presenting the broader picture as well as scientific results from the SINTEF project Hyper, focussing on large scale production and transport of hydrogen, both from a value-chain perspective to more detailed technology aspects.

As the momentum of hydrogen is growing, crucial for reaching energy and climate goals, it is important to share and disseminate results from key hydrogen projects and put them into the larger perspective. In this context, both green and blue hydrogen is very relevant. Applications in the large scale hydrogen context are decarbonization of power production, industry, heavy transport and heating. 

The first day of the seminar on Tuesday December 10 will be cover the broader picture, with speakers from the governmental level, inter-governmental level, industry and RD perspective, with a panel discussion at the end of the day. The EU perspective will of course in such a context be very important. The second day will have a deeper technology focus.

The seminar will be kept in a compact format, with 60-80 selected participants, this in order to facilitate good discussions.


The event is by invitation only


Preliminary program:


Day 1

09:00
Welcome and setting the scene
Sigmund Størset, Research Manager, SINTEF Energy Research

09:10
Hyper idea and concept
Petter Nekså, Chief Scientist, SINTEF Energy Research

09:30
EU-perspective on the role of hydrogen
Tudor Constantinescu, Principal Advisor to The DG for Energy

09:50
Hydrogen in a global perspective
Claude Heller, Director R&D Programs, Air Liquide

10:10Coffee break

10:40
The future of hydrogen by IEA
Simon Bennett, Energy Supply and Investment Outlooks, IEA  

11:00
Norwegian National Hydrogen Strategy
William Christensen, Deputy Director General, Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

11:20
Hydrogen Europe perspective
Nicolas Brahy, Director, Hydrogen Europe

11:40
Value chain analysis of liquefied hydrogen, ammonia and pipeline for long distance hydrogen transport
Yuki Ishimoto, Senior Researcher, Inst. of Applied Energy

12:00
Comparative techno-economic assessment of low-CO2 hydrogen production technologies
Stefania Gardarsdottir, Research Scientist, SINTEF Energy Research

12:20LUNCH

13:10
The role of hydrogen to balance increased variable renewables
Philipp Härtel, Researcher, Energy Economics and System Analysis, Fraunhofer IEE

13:30
Integration of renewables in large scale hydrogen production
Magnus Korpås, Professor, NTNU

13:50
Equinor - The role of hydrogen in decarbonisation
Hege Rognø, Manger R&T Energy Systems, Equinor

14:10 Coffee Break

14:30
Linde - Latest Global Trend in Liquid Hydrogen Production
Lutz Decker, Linde Technologist, Linde Kryotechnik

14:50
Nel Hydrogen – Scaling up electrolyser manufacturing by 10x – causes and effects
Bjørn Simonsen, VP Investor Relations and Corporate, NEL Hydrogen 

15:10
Kawasaki HI - Status of the Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain Project
Yoshichika Taira, Hydrogen Project Development Center, Corporate Technology Division, Kawasaki Heavy Industries

15:30
Gassco - Sustainable development program - hydrogen
Svein Erik Losnegård, Principal Engineer, Gassco

15:50
Panel discussion with industry and policy makers
Moderator: Sigmund Størset, Research Manager, SINTEF Energy Research

16:30END

18:30 DINNER at Restaurant Il Pasticcio – Rue Marie de Bourgogne 3, Brussels 1050


Day 2 Hydrogen Technology

09:00
Wrap-up Day 1
Sigmund Størset, Research Manager, SINTEF Energy Research

09:15
Concepts for efficient hydrogen production and liquefaction
David Berstad, Research Scientist, SINTEF Energy Research

09:40
Importance of the heat exchangers in hydrogen liquefaction
Øivind Wilhelmsen, Senior Research Scientist, SINTEF Energy Research

10:05
Hydrogen Expanders and Pumps
Simon Hautdidier, Head of Sales, Marketing and Project Execution, Cryostar

10:25
Economies of hydrogen production by electrolysis from wind and grid power
Espen Flo Bødal, PhD Candidate, NTNU

10:45Coffee break

11:05
Liquid hydrogen storage tank technology
Lutz Decker, Linde Technologist, Linde Kryotechnik

11:25
Salt cavern storage of hydrogen
Dilara G. Caglayan, PhD candidate, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH

11:45
Hydrogen production from natural gas with very low CO2 intensity
Julian Straus, Research Scientist, SINTEF Energy Research

12:05
Hydrogen safety, liquid and gaseous, issues and knowledge gaps
Simon Jallais, R&D Engineer, Air Liquide

12:25
Large scale end-use of hydrogen
NN, Steel Production

12:45LUNCH

13:30
SCM #8 of Hyper (by invitation)
Steering Committee members

16:00 END

Location
Renaissance Brussels Hotel
Address
Rue du Parnasse 19, 1050 Brussels
Start
10/12/2019 09:00 Add to calendar
End
11/12/2019 16:00
Chief Scientist