CBE Polska

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Green Hydrogen from renewable in Poland

10:00 - 10:30

Keynote speech: Key regulatory challenges
EU Hydrogen Strategy and the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance

Christian Weinberger, Senior Adviser - Advanced Industrial Technologies/ Hydrogen Coordinator, DG Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, European Commission
10:30 - 11:00 Case study Engie Group
World’s first renewable hydrogen passenger train in test in the Netherlands

The testing of Coradia iLint, the world's first renewable hydrogen passenger train, is led by the Netherlands’ province of Groningen. During the test, ENGIE supplied renewable hydrogen and operated the mobile refueling station. Energystock, affiliate of Gasunie, a gas transport and storage infrastructure company, provided their conversion services to make renewable hydrogen available. The pilot test is the first step to scaling up. Hydrogen trains could be introduced in the Netherlands as early as 2024. ENGIE and Alstom will continue to collaborate to develop renewable hydrogen trains in the Netherlands.

Jean-Marc Leroy, Vice-President for External Relations, Engie Group
11:00 - 11:30

Case study: Hydrogen mobility project. Cleaner urban transport with green hydrogen

Adwin Martens, Director, Hydrogen mobility project, WaterstofNe
11:30 - 12:15 Break
12:15 - 12:45 Case study: Green hydrogen production from biogas. Bionico project in Italy
Main objective of BIONICO is to build and demonstrate in an existing biogas plant pure hydrogen production by direct biogas conversion through a novel membrane reformer. The hydrogen production capacity will be of approximately 100 kg/day. Key industrial partners: Johnson Matthey, ENC Power, Rauschert, ICI Caldaie

Marco Binotti, PhD, Project Director
12:45 - 13:15 The development of offshore hydrogen production
  • Challenges and opportunities – ‘Air to Gas’ the integration of offshore wind and hydrogen
  • The coming hydrogen economy: What is it? How will it be implemented?
  • Supply chain – electrolysers, other equipment and services needed, where and when?
  • Route to market – who to talk to, how to do business, engaging with the industry
  • Overcoming the hurdles to market entry
Charley Rattan
, international hydrogen and offshore wind energy advisor
13:15 - 13:30 Question and answer session. End of Seminar