Hydrogen and Green Gas
 

 

Electrification can only go so far in achieving a carbon neutral economy. Hydrogen and green gases such as biomethane will play a key role in the decarbonisation of many areas of transport, heavy industry, and heating. From the European Union to Australia, governments around the world are publishing hydrogen strategies pledging to ramp up production and uptake between now and 2050.


The sessions in this theatre will bring together stakeholders from all levels of the green gas value chain including renewable energy producers, gas transmission companies, and end users in transport and heavy industry.

Biomethane, hydrogen, and ammonia: pros and cons
Applications for green gas: identifying the business case
Greening the gas network – challenges for upgrading legacy assets
Incentivising the transition to green gas
Applications in heavy industry and various transport sectors

SPEAKERS

 

 

 

 

TO SPONSOR

 

James Pickard
james.pickard@terrapinn.com
0207 092 1086

 

 

TO SPEAK


James Pickard
james.pickard@terrapinn.com
0207 092 1086

 

 

MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES


Elle Kelly
eleanor.kelly@terrapinn.com