They are national working groups on green hydrogen that enable the sharing of experiences, visions and convictions between decision-makers and stakeholders in the hydrogen value chain.
They are meetings for collective reflection among peers on the concrete and operational levers and competitive challenges of hydrogen consuming companies (current or future), within a restricted and confidential forum.
Meetings are held approximately every two months, in online, face-to-face or hybrid formats.
+80 COMPANIES REPRESENTED
+100 PROFESSIONALS PARTICIPATING FROM THE BEGINNING OF 2021
GROUPS IN SPAIN AND FRANCE
FORTHCOMING GROUPS IN PORTUGAL AND GERMANY
MARINE, AUTOMOTIVE, CERAMICS,
GLASS, HEAVY TRANSPORT, MOBILITY,
AIRPORT, RAILWAY AND LOGISTICS
According to forecasts by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) in its World Energy Transitions Outlook 2022, green hydrogen should move from being a niche to a mainstream energy source by 2030. In 2021, 0.5 GW of electrolysers were installed, and by 2030 there should be a cumulative installed capacity of up to about 350 GW.
The development of this low-carbon energy solution at a competitive price will require both a very strong increase in demand and the development of new large-scale production capacities.
Energy independence of territories and countries
Reduction of fossil fuel consumption
Stability in consumption
Improvement of the environment: well-being of people and reduction of climate risk
Progress of local economies
The largest energy consumers and carbon emitters will have to implement the most ambitious plans and investments between now and 2030. This will require going beyond long-term decarbonisation commitments and setting concrete short- and medium-term targets, plans and operational policies.
GREEN HYDROGEN PIONEERS
June, 20th - Presential/Online
September, 19th - Presential/Online
November, 28th - Presential/Online
June, 27th - Presential/Online
October, 19th - Presential/Online
November, 16th - Presential/Online