Status: May 5, 2023
|11:00 – 13:00||Opening incl. international political panel|
|13:00 – 16:30|
Hydrogen Summit Hamburg 2023
SESSION ONE: The impact of subsidies
SESSION TWO: The international hydrogen trade
SESSION THREE: The future of the electrolyser industry
|17:00 – 20:00||H2gether – the Networking Event|
|11:00 – 12:30|
Northern Germany H2ready - Special features and requirements for a green hydrogen industry
During this panel discussion, representatives of leading hydrogen companies from the five northern German federal states Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Lower Saxony and Schleswig-Holstein discussed the first lighthouse projects in the emerging hydrogen economy. Particular attention was paid to the topics of import, transport and decarbonisation of industry.
Erneuerbare Energien Hamburg Clusteragentur
|12:30 – 13:30|
IRA - Is Europe's response sufficient? What kind of funding design does Europe need?
Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellenverband
|13:30 – 14:30|
Standards and certifications (title not finalised yet)
VDMA Power-to-X for Applications
|15:30 – 16:30|
From PowerPoint to Bank Account. How to get from MoU to FID. H2Global – an international solution approach for achieving bankability of planned H2 projects.
In this session, Timo Bollerhey (H2Global/CEO of Hintco GmbH) will provide a comprehensive overview of how the H2Global funding instrument operates. Following that, experts from the hydrogen industry will join him in a critical discussion of the current H2Global design. The objective is to evaluate the extent to which the current design contributes to market ramp-up by creating liquidity and price signals. The discussion will also explore additional design options that could be considered for the future, such as long-term offtake contracts on the demand side.
Review: Conference programme 2022
Our partners of the conference programme 2022
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The German Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Association (Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellen-Verband e.V., DWV) has been advocating a sustainable hydrogen and fuel cell industry since 1996.
It focuses on building a green hydrogen market economy as part of a sustainable energy supply infrastructure. Through our work we help achieve the climate goals efficiently while protecting our energy supply and the status of Germany as an industrial nation. Hydrogen produced using renewable energy plays a key role in achieving this.
The activities of our association centre around implementing and optimising the right environment for the hydrogen economy in terms of market economics, technology and regulatory law, particularly in the areas of hydrogen generation, equipment engineering, gas and transport infrastructure and application technologies. To address these challenges globally, DWV supports international sustainable collaboration. With more than 450 individual and 150 institutional members, the Association represents more than 1.5 million jobs in all of Germany and consequently a substantial portion of the German national economy.
An industry network comprising around 220 companies, universities and institutions of the renewables industry as well as the hydrogen economy in the Hamburg metropolitan area. It includes energy utilities, financial services, manufacturers, scientific research institutions, logistics companies, project developers, lawyers as well as producers, distributors and consumers of hydrogen.
- Knowledge exchange forums on topics such as finance and law, media, solar power and heating; new forums on international cooperation and hydrogen added since 2021
- Participation in events, workshops and conferences (in some cases including third parties) at discounted fees
- Participation in international industry fairs through joint exhibition stands of the EEHH cluster
- Inclusion of your company in the member directory on our website
- Use of Web services, such as a free job exchange and a password-protected download area for members only
- EEHH blog featuring project descriptions and discussions of specific topics
- Interview opportunities for our EEHH podcast “New Energy from Hamburg”
- Arrangement of cooperation partnerships with research institutions and universities
- Arrangement of regional, national and international cooperation partnerships
- Initiation of joint projects
For further information and a membership application form please go to www.erneuerbare-energien-hamburg.de
Recharge is the world’s leading business intelligence source for the renewable energy industries. We provide award-winning international coverage of breaking news, in-depth features and analysis across the hydrogen, wind and solar sectors. Learn about key energy issues as they happen and get industry insight from our experts.
VDMA Power-to-X for Applications is the central, cross-industry information, communication. and cooperation platform for the P2X community. It involves all key stakeholders and players from the development of manufacturing processes to the production of synthetic power and raw materials using power-to-X technologies to the end user. With its activities, it promotes a holistic and technology-open approach to the transformation of energy systems and raises public awareness for environmentally compatible energy use and mobility.