12Feb
Thon Hotel Opera, Oslo S @ 12. February

Developing the Hydrogen Value Chain in Norway and Europe

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Developing the Hydrogen Value Chain in Norway and Europe

Join our seminar where we will discuss how to develop the hydrogen value chain in Norway and Europe, as well as introduce EIT InnoEnergy and its different investment programs.

Date: 12. February

Time: 10.00-16.00 (Registration from 09.15)

Place: Thon Hotel Opera, Oslo S

Registration (Sign up by February 5th)

Program download

 

Program

09.15 - 10.00

Registration (coffee/ tea)

Part 1:  Building European and Norwegian competitiveness on Hydrogen

10.00 - 11.00

Introduction
by moderator, Daniel Ras-Vidal, CEO Kunnskapsbyen Lillestrøm

 

The global perspective and the opportunities for Europe and Norway
EIT InnoEnergy, Tomas Kåberger, Industrial growth executive

 

The European push for investing in sustainable innovation
European Energy Research Alliance, Nils Røkke, Chairman

 

Developing a framework for production and use of Hydrogen in Norway
Ministry of Petroleum and Energy, NN

11.00 - 11.30

Break and refreshments

Part 2:  What next - seizing the opportunities

11.30 – 12.15

Research and innovation throughout the hydrogen value chain

NTNU, Johan Einar Hustad, Director NTNU Energy

 

Green hydrogen in Europe

SINTEF, Magnus Thomassen, Research Manager

 

Creating regional roadmaps for Hydrogen
Renewable Cluster in Norway, Tomas Bjørdal, Project Manager

 

Heavy duty transport and maritime mobility using hydrogen in Norway

MoZEES/IFE, Øystein Ulleberg, Principal Scientist

Part 3:  Hydrogen Pioneers - startups 

12.15 – 13.00

Cost efficient, sustainable materials for fuel cells
Celcibus AB, NN

 

Curved graphene changing energy storage

Skeleton Technologies, Egert Valma, Programme Director

 

Hydrogen from renewable energy
Greenstat, Vegard Frihammer, CEO

 

Clean Hydrogen Production and Carbon Capture and Storage

CCB, Ronny Haufe, Executive VP and Zeg Power, Kathrine Ryengen, CEO

13.00 - 14.00

Lunch & networking

Part 4:  Hydrogen Pioneers - corporate

14.00 – 15.00

Revolutionizing steel making - replacing coking coal with hydrogen

HYBRIT, Mikael Nordlander, Head of R&D portfolio Industry Decarbonization at Vattenfall

 

Commercializing Fuel Cells globally

PowerCell, Åse Bye, Business manager

 

Hydrogen reaching fossil parity – for industry and mobility

Nel Hydrogen, Bjørn Simonsen, VP Investor Relations & Corporate Communication

Part 5:  Financing the hydrogen opportunities

15.00 – 16.00

Accelerating the Energy Transition through investing in sustainability
EIT InnoEnergy, Johan Söderbom, Thematic Leader Smartgrid and Storage

 

How to incentivise hydrogen to play a key role in the energy transition
Statkraft, Kevin Gould, Senior Advisor, Global Markets, Corporate Strategy

 

Panel - opportunities, what are we looking for etc
Innovation Norway (Tor Mühlbradt), Nysnø (Jean-Baptiste Curien), Fremtiden Energi (Thomas Bjørdal), DnB (Einar Kilde Evensen), EIT InnoEnergy (Johan Søderbom)

 

Plenary summing up - what next (events, calls etc)
Kunnskapsbyen Lillestrøm, Daniel Ras-Vidal, CEO

Connecting people

16.00 - 17.00

Aperitif & networking (refreshments and light snacks)

 

EIT InnoEnergy stand

 - meeting opportunities

18.00

Networking dinner

Registration

The markets for hydrogen & fuel cell technology are rapidly expanding, and Europe is taking a lead. The Norwegian hydrogen business community is expanding into new ventures and applications and exciting new consortia are being created at a higher pace than ever. The aim for business and research both in Norway and Europe is to secure and expand the lead.

Join our seminar where we will discuss how to develop the hydrogen value chain in Norway and Europe, as well as introduce EIT InnoEnergy and its different investment programs.

EIT InnoEnergy has since 2010 invested more than 500 million Euro in 250+ companies, and offers both accelerator programs for startups and innovation project funding for consortia comprised of SMEs and large corporates. Norwegian companies are fully eligible as EIT InnoEnergy is part of the wider Horizon Europe program.

 

ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS
EIT InnoEnergy accelerates sustainable energy innovations across Europe. Our Europe-wide network brings together 460+
business, academic and research partners, who have indirect access to 150 million energy consumers.

The Norwegian Hydrogen Forum is a nonprofit members’ association for conveying and promoting the advantages of hydrogen as an energy carrier in Norway. Our more than 60 members span Norwegian industry, universities, research institutes and other organizations.

The Norwegian Hydrogen Cluster is a newly established national business cluster within hydrogen & fuel cell technology comprised of 29 companies, research institutions, incubators and technology development actors in Norway.

NTNU Energy is one of NTNU's four strategic areas 2014 - 2023. Development and integration of a renewable and sustainable energy supply is a key challenge for the world community. NTNU commits itself to contribute to such a transition by minimizing the ecological footprint in developing the existing resources, and to massively invest in research related to renewable energy sources, storage solutions, energy consumption and transportation. NTNU is the first partner of InnoEnergy in Norway and hosts a joint position for boosting business creation and innovation.

The Norwegian Renewable Energy Cluster is a facilitator of high-value cooperation between parties. We accelerate the sustainable transition to a future built on renewable energy and clean technology by developing joint innovation projects and
new energy business models. We aim to bring our members closer to markets, customers and peers. Our members represent the whole chain of value, from energy producers to end users and the technology in between.

SINTEF is one of Europe’s largest independent research organisations. Every year we carry out several thousand projects for customers large and small.

Kontakt Knut Linnerud for mer infomasjon: knut@kunnskapsbyen.no 

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