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Topics: hydrogen stock markets, hydrogen filling stations, hydrogen fuel cell, development of hydrogen industry, hydrogen energy storage, hydrogen power plant and more

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Fuel cells and their role in the automotive sector (English)

Speaker: Matteo Schmid, Sales Manager for Automotive Applications, Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH

✔​ Fuel cells in the automotive sector
✔ Role of fuel cell technology in energy transition
✔ Case studies and intensive Q&A

How to meet the safety challenges of hydrogen (English)

Speaker: Oliver Bornholdt, Global Business Development Manager Safety, Dräger Safety

✔​ Hydrogen Safety
✔ Insights into hydrogen safety challenges (e.g. physical properties)
✔ Real-live examples and cases

Wasserstoff und seine immensen Potentiale – Das brandaktuelle Sachbuch (German)

Speaker: Dipl.-Ing. Sven Geitmann, Founder and Owner of Hydrogeit Verlag & Eva Augsten, Environmental Engineer and Journalist

✔​ Basic information about hydrogen and fuel cells
Presentation of the new edition of the non-fiction book on H2 and FC technology
✔ Direct contact to the authors

How to optimize your refuelling station layout by reducing complexity (English)

Speaker: Philipp Schröder, Senior Application Engineer & Niklas Coors, Senior Manager Business Development | Norgren

✔​ Tackle complexities in hydrogen station design
Increase hydrogen station reliability​​​​​​​
Prepare for hydrogen station scale-up

International Hydrogen Strategies (English)

Speaker: Dr. Uwe Albrecht, Managing Director | Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik GmbH (LBST) & Maira Kusch, Senior Manager | World Energy Council Germany

✔​ International Hydrogen Strategy
Analysis of government action for hydrogen in 16 countries and in the European Union
✔ Dynamics of international development, emerging opportunities and areas to watch for industry, and resulting policy requirements

Hydrogen’s Societal Value – Benefits for Mankind (English)

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Katsuhiko Hirose, CEO & Chief Consultant HyWealth Co., Visiting Professor Kyushu University

✔​ Renewable Energy Reservoir “Milk-Cheese-Conversion”
Hydrogen can be part of a basic structure of carbon neutral Energy/Social system to support both energy system and economy.
Thermal Value and Economic value

Wasserstoff: Regulierung & wirtschaftliche Geschäftsmodelle (Deutsch)

Speaker: Dr. Hermann Rothf​​​​​​​uchs, Partner, Bird & Bird LLP; Anna Horschik, Associate, Bird & Bird LLP

✔​ rechtliche Rahmen der Gesetzgeber zur Nutzung von Wasserstoff
✔ Gestaltung lukrativer Geschäftsmodelle rund um H2 trotz Regulierungen
✔ Vermeidung monetärer Doppelbelastungen durch EEG-Umlagen

Hydrogen and the Stock Market – Is it real? (English)

Speaker: Dr. David Wenger, Founder, Wenger Engineering and Mission Hydrogen, Technology Expert with 16+ years of experience; Sven Jösting, Venture catalyst for hydrogen projects, stock-market expert

✔​ Hydrogen stock market
✔ 15+ different stocks have been analyzed : Air Liquide, Linde, Engie, Shell, Siemens energie,        nel, Weichai Power, Daimler and many more
✔ Personal opinion of hydrogen stock market experts

How to scale up Hydrogen vessels: from River barges to ocean RoRo – Maritime series part 3 (English)

Speaker: Prasanna Colluru, Director of Corporate Strategy at Future Proof Shipping (FPS); Johan Burgren, Business Manager Marine Fuel Cells, PowerCell Sweden AB: Madadh MacLaine, Zero Emissions Maritime Technology Ltd

✔​ Introduction of how to scale up hydrogen vessels
✔ Green Hydrogen supply onboard Hydrogen technology
✔ Marinized hydrogen fuel cells and their role in the Hyships consortium

How to operate zero emission offshore wind vessels with Hydrogen – Maritime series part 2 (English)

Speaker: Jogchum Bruinsma, Application Manager Maritime, Nedstack fuel cell technology
Nick Wessels, Marketing & Sales Manager, Ulstein Design & Solutions BV
Madadh MacLaine, CEO, Zero Emissions Maritime Technology Ltd

✔​ Hydrogen
✔ Vessels
✔ Offshore

Revolutionizing backup power technology with alkaline fuel cells (English)

Speaker: Rami Reshef, CEO and Co-Founder and Gil Shavit, President, CBDO and Co-Founder | GenCell Energy

✔ Alkaline fuel cells
✔ Hydrogen used to protect mission-critical assets
✔ Case study of an optimized power system safeguarding life-saving cardio-catheterization          units at a “Green Standard” hospital

Megatrend Wasserstoff: Was heißt das für die Region Ingolstadt & Sie? (Deutsch)

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Georg Rosenfeld, Vorstand Wirtschaftsförderung und Digitalisierung l IFG Ingolstadt und Dr.-Ing. David Wenger, Gründer von Wenger Engineering GmbH und Mission Hydrogen GmbH

✔​ Wasserstoffkonzept der Stadt Ingolstadt
✔ Bedeutung des Megatrends Wasserstoff
✔ Chancen für Sie und Ihre Firma

Absolute Zero⁰ – Zero Emission Ships from A to Z – Maritime series part 1 (English)

Speaker: Madadh MacLaine, CEO and John Butler, Program Manager | Zero Emissions Maritime Technology Ltd

✔​ Green Hydrogen from Offshore Renewable Energy
✔ Future proofing existing infrastructure
✔ Minimising costs and supporting energy transition through production of green hydrogen

Webinar Collection 2020 includes:

✓ All hydrogen webinar recordings of 2020
✓ Speakers’ presentations
✓ 100+ hours of world-class Hydrogen knowledge
✓ Ideas and inspiration for your profitable Hydrogen future
Topics: Hydrogen filling stations, Hydrogen fuel cell, development of Hydrogen industry, Hydrogen energy storage, HHydrogen power plant and more

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Reaching the Climate Goals in Germany with Hydrogen (English)

Speaker: Dr. Martin Robinius, Deputy Director IEK-3 at Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH and CEO at Energy Transition Consulting GmbH

The focus of this presentation is a techno-economic model which was designed to represent the entire German energy system while considering the energy and all end-use sectors. Based on these aspects, different strategies for the reduction of CO2 emissions as well as their impact on the energy system are presented with a detailed focus on hydrogen pathways.

Check it – Waste to Hydrogen (English)

Speaker: Dirk Gerlach, Project Manager Rotary Kiln Systems – Modis GmbH CC Leipzig

Green, Blue, Turquiose Hydrogen? Or yet another color? Within this presentation we will give you numbers and facts for your own number-based decision making.
Each technology is usually presented at its best, with some facts highlighted or otherwise “forgotten”. Most complex decisions are made by emotions.

​​​In the first part of this webinar, you will be given numbers and ideas to check the plausibility of most offers and technologies. In the second part we will present another option for waste processing, but also for hydrogen production: Waste-to-Hydrogen!

IPHE Policy Forum: Hydrogen: The New Global Commodity? (English) 

Speaker: Noé van Hulst, Dr. Fatih Birol, Andreas Feicht, Elisabeth Brinton, Adamo Screnci, Amir Sharifi, Dr. Alan Finkel, Robin Mills, Toshiyuki Shirai

Get the latest news on policy initiatives.

The IPHE is exploring the best way forward to effectively scale up hydrogen in the economy and create a global hydrogen market through a series of in-depth conversations tackling key challenges and identifying actions that use resources most effectively.

 

IPHE Hydrogen Valleys Forum: Policies and Actions at a Regional Scale (English) 

Speaker: Tim Karlsson, Patrick Child, Markus Kaufmann, Randolf Weterings, Jacob Goldberg, Neil Kermode and  Nick Smith

Get the latest strategies and policy initiatives from some of the most advanced regions, and gain insights into the issues and approaches of dynamic Hydrogen Valleys and Hubs through their concrete actions.

DWV Monatspromi November 2020 (German) 

Speaker: Werner Diwald, Vorstandsvorsitzender, Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellen- Verband e.V;  Andreas Rupieper, Geschäftsführer, ITM Linde Electrolysis GmbH

Andreas Rupieper (ITM Linde Electrolysis GmbH) ist der DWV-Monatspromi im November!
Werner Diwald befragt den Geschäftsführer der ILE zum Ausbau der Produktion von Wasserstoff-PEM-Elektrolyseure. Welche Rolle spielt das Joint-Venture im Rahmen der Sektorenkopplung zwischen der Welt des Stroms und der Welt der Gase? Welche regulatorischen Maßnahmen müssen kurzfristig umgesetzt werden, um einen Markthochlauf zur PEM-Produktion umzusetzen und eine gelingende Energiewende zu garantieren?

​​​​​​​Hydrogen – Why and why now​​​​​​​ (English)

Speaker: Dr. David Wenger, Founder, Wenger Engineering GmbH and Mission Hydrogen GmbH

David Wenger, Founder of Wenger Engineering GmbH and Mission Hydrogen GmbH, will present some interesting facts about hydrogen and why the world will need it.

With more than 16 years of experience and 250 worldwide hydrogen projects, David is considered one of the leading experts especially for hydrogen infrastructure. He will explain some basics, but also some rather unknown facts about the energy transition, about hydrogen as an energy carrier and why the time for hydrogen is now.

​​​​​​​Geltendes Recht – Ist Grüner Wasserstoff bereit für die Zukunft? (German)

Speaker: Dr. Florian Brahms, Rechtsanwalt und Partner; Christian Frohberg, Rechtsanwalt | BRAHMS NEBEL & KOLLEGEN

Wir werden über den derzeit geltenden Rechtsrahmen für die Erzeugung von grünem Wasserstoff sprechen und im Zuge dessen insbesondere folgende Inhalte akzentuieren:

– Nationale Wasserstoffstrategie
– Europäische Wasserstoffstrategie
– Bestandsaufnahme der Bundesnetzagentur zur Regulierung von Wasserstoffnetzen

​​​​​​​The Start of a Golden Decade – Commercialising Fuel Cell Products (English)

Speaker: Audrey Ma, VP Marketing and BD, Re-Fire Technology

Headquartered in Shanghai, REFIRE is one of the leading global fuel cell technology providers. In five countries, over 2,500 FCEVs powered by REFIRE are in daily use, their combined mileage has surpassed 40 million kilometres.

The fuel cell industry is now welcoming a golden decade of cooperation toward mass adoption, having always attached great importance to true globalization of the hydrogen economy, REFIRE will continue to expand partnership and provide sustainable value for our customers.

Perfect match: Existing gas infrastructure enables Hydrogen scale-up (English) 

Speaker: Daniel Muthmann, Head of Strategy, Policy and Communication @ OGE, Germany’s largest gas TSO | Chairman of the Gas for Climate initiative

Hydrogen is the “hot topic of the day” in many articles and webinars around energy transformation and decarbonization. But how can it actually help in solving our climate challenges? How can the various chicken-and-egg situations be overcome to kick-start an upscaling of hydrogen? What role can existing gas infrastructure play to enable such a development? Daniel Muthmann is in his current positions at the forefront of many of these questions and looking forward to sharing his insights with you.

 

Solving Compression Challenges for larger H2 Fuel & Trailer Filling Stations (English) 

Speaker: Fabrice Billard, President Systems Division; Patrick Stähli, Global Sales Director H2 Mobility & Energy; Dr. Luzi Valär, Vice President R&D| Burckhardt Compression

During our webinar, we will discuss the challenges of increasing hydrogen flows in larger H2 fuel & trailer filling stations. Different applicable technologies will be presented and compared regarding total cost of ownership and total cost of hydrogen compression. Our hydrogen experts will explain how the challenges of oil-free high-pressure compression can be solved with a combination of existing technologies and high-pressure, dry running piston compressors.

 

Beating the diesel,​​​​​​​ but not the engine – the new hydrogen combustion engine (English) 

Speaker: Thomas Korn, CEO, KEYOU GMBH

How can climate targets in the automotive industry be achieved? What role do electric mobility, hybrid & hydrogen technologies play? And what does a ban of the combustion engine mean? These are all hot topics in business, politics, and society. In his presentation, Thomas Korn, co-founder, and CEO of KEYOU will explain why the hydrogen combustion engine is necessary for a successful mobility turnaround – and what role his clean mobility start-up KEYOU plays in this process.

 

DWV Monats-Promi September 2020 (German) 

Speaker: Werner Diwald, Vorstandsvorsitzender, Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellen- Verband e.V;  Alexander Peters, NEUMAN & ESSER Group, geschäftsführender Gesellschafter

Alexander Peters, NEUMAN & ESSER Group, ist der DWV-Monatspromi im September! Werner Diwald befragt den geschäftsführenden Gesellschafter zur aktuellen technischen Transformation im Anlagenbau. Der Wechsel zu Gasen als Energieträger wird ohne Kompressoren und Dichtungen technisch nicht möglich sein. Welche Maßnahmen und Regulatorien müssen kurzfristig umgesetzt werden, um die globale Vorreiterschaft dieser Anlagenteile zu sichern und eine gelingende Energiewende zu garantieren?

Hydrogen in North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) The German Energy State No. 1 (English)

Speaker: Dr. Thomas Kattenstein, EnergieAgentur.NRW, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen, Electric Mobility Network;  Jens Conrad, Regionalverkehr Köln GmbH (RVK); Dr. Markus Schöffel, thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG; Dr. Frank Koch, EnergieAgentur.NRW, Fuel Cell and Hydrogen, Electric Mobility Network

North Rhine-Westphalia works intensively on hydrogen. Based on decades of experience in the industrial use of hydrogen, many outstanding projects have emerged: e.g. the Europe-wide leading operation of fuel cell buses at RVK in Cologne and the use of hydrogen in the steel process at ThyssenKrupp Steel in Duisburg.

​​​​​​​The driver for scaling up green hydrogen? Industry! (English)

Speaker: Dr. Christoph Noeres, Head of Green Hydrogen, thyssenkrupp

From hidden champion to super star! Green H2 will boost the economy and create sustainable value.

The demand for hydrogen is enormous – think green! thyssenkrupp can deliver 1 Gigawatt of electrolysis per year. Our alkaline water electrolysis is the key element for industrial scale green hydrogen production. We can offer economically viable and sustainable solutions for energy supply and storage, steel production, refining processes, synthetic fuels and fertilizer production. Replace fossil-based hydrogen on large scale with thyssenkrupp technology and make your contribution to building a stable and sustainable cross-sector energy system.

Diesel’s end? ​​​​​​​Gamechanger batteries or hydrogen fuel cells? (English)

Speaker: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas von Unwerth, Head of the Department for Advanced Powertrains and Director of the Institute for Automotive Research at TU Chemnitz, Chairman and Initiator of the Hdrogen and Fuel Cell Cluster ‘HZwo’ in Saxony, Consulting Committee for Propulsion of VDI

Starting with the drivers for electromobility and the need for emission free powertrains, battery and fuel cell electric mobility concepts regarding several parameters like energy and power density, and other usability factors are compared. While battery driven vehicles seem to be preferred because of higher efficiencies and easier in design, consisting mainly of a battery and an e-drive, the tide might turn when looking also at other important parameters, technical and economical.

​​​​​​​Chile – The Hidden Champion is awakening (English)

Speaker: Juan Carlos Jobet, Minister of Energy, Government of Chile; Hans Kulenkampff, President, Chilean Hydrogen Association; Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director, FCH-JU

In 2018 the German World Energy Council published their PtX International Roadmap categorizing Chile as the “Hidden Champion”, due to the unexplored renewable potential and mature political framework.
Two years later, the Chilean Hydrogen Ecosystem might be experiencing the inflection point. This is an executive overview from a public and private point of view of the last and ongoing hydrogen initiatives of the country leading the development in South America.

​​​​​​​The real story of hydrogen compression (English)

Speaker: Jens Wulff, Managing Director Operations; Dr. Ing. Klaus Hoff, Managing Director Compressor Technology | NEUMAN & ESSER GROUP

Hydrogen shall serve as the backbone for the successful defossilization of our economies. For its transportation, storage and distribution compression is the key. As the lightest element hydrogen has special requirements for efficient compression solutions.
This webinar shall provide an overview of current compression technologies and evaluate their suitability for the various applications in the upcoming H2 economy. Typical examples of successful installations of different sizes will be shown.

​​​​​​​Hydrogen transport via pipelines – the future is now (English)

Speaker: Manuel Simm, International Key Account Manager H2; Dr. -Ing. Holger Brauer, Quality Assurance Research & Development | Mannesmann Line Pipe GmbH

Pure hydrogen will be one of the main energy carriers in the changeover of the primary energy supply to renewable energy sources. For the transport of large quantities of hydrogen gas, pipelines are the most viable solution both economically and ecologically.
Since hydrogen/methane mixtures will also be used on the way to a hydrogen-based future, current and future investigations and considerations are concerned not only with pure hydrogen gas but also with these gas mixtures. 

​​​​​​​Hydrogen Safety: The Essential Element for Widespread Success (English)

Speaker: Nick Barilo, Director of the Center for Hydrogen Safety, American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Communicating hydrogen specific safety guidance is critical to the global success of hydrogen’s role in the energy transition. While hydrogen has been used safely in industrial applications for nearly a century, a substantial expansion of its use as a fuel involves a wider and more diverse group of stakeholders. This webinar will discuss the need for safety, identify key safety resources available, and highlight future activities to enable the safe and timely transition to hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.

​​​​​​​Hydrogen in the Universe – and on Earth (English)

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Robi Banerjee, Professor for Theoretical Astrophysics (W2), University of Hamburg

We are living in dramatic times of climate change and its impact on the Earth’s environment, on our quality of life and on global migration of humans. 
Hence, it is about highest time to change our way of energy consumption and switch to CO2-free energy sources. The most powerful and reliable energy source, which we could easily tab, is the Sun. With the power of the Sun (which is also responsible for the winds on Earth) we can easily satisfy the world’s total energy demand. An issue which is often raised when it comes to the large-scale usage of renewable energy sources is transportation and storage as those sources are highly local and temporally fluctuating.

​​​​​​​Zero-carbon transportation by 2050: is it possible? (English)

Speaker: Amy Adams, Vice President Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technologies, Cummins Inc.;  Mark Kammerer, Business Development Manager, Hydrogenics GmbH

The challenge:   
How can the public and commercial transport sectors convert from 0.1% EV and 99.9% ICE propulsion in 2020 to 99,9% EV and 0.1% ICE in 2050? 

How to Optimize Hydrogen Refueling Stations – Part 2 (English)

Speaker: Steve Mathison, Research Engineer, Hydrogen Production, Power, and Storage, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Steve Mathison will introduce concepts to lower the cost of hydrogen fueling by making improvements to the existing SAE J2601 protocols and by utilizing completely new protocol approaches which can facilitate customer acceptable fueling at warmer hydrogen pre-cooling temperatures. These methods would reduce the cost of chillers at the station, reduce energy consumption, and increase station reliability without sacrificing fueling performance.

​​​​​​​German National Hydrogen Strategy – Overview and Q&A (English)

Speaker: Werner Diwald, Chairman of the board, German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association;  Dr. Klaus Bonhoff, Head of the Fundamental Affairs Department, German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure

Germany has published the National Hydrogen Strategy in June 2020 and approved € 9 billion mainly for green hydrogen production. Dr. Klaus Bonhoff (German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, former Managing Director of NOW) and Werner Diwald (Chairman of the board, German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association) will give an overview of the strategy, the German ambition and the next steps to implement it.

​​​​​​​Opportunities and Activities in Hydrogen Ports and Maritime (English)

Speaker: Cory Shumaker, Engineering Consultant, Center for Transportation and the Environment; Jacob Goldberg, Environmental Specialist, Port of Los Angeles; Ase Bye, Business Manager, PowerCell Sweden AB; Katja Naber, Commercial Manager, Port of den Helder

Port authorities and industry leaders from two continents will discuss the activities of hydrogen and fuel cells in ports and maritime. During the webinar, Den Helder will outline port activities and look at wider co-operation across the North Sea. The webinar will also feature a presentation by PowerCell on the hydrogen fuel cell port and maritime activities in Scandinavia. To end, a presentation on the fuel cell port equipment and heavy-duty trucks being deployed in the Port of Los Angeles. ​​​​​​​

​​​​​​12. H2-Wirtschaftsgespräch: Flottenemissionen (German)

Speaker: Werner Diwald, Vorstandsvorsitzender, Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellenverband e.V.;  Dr. Klaus Bonhoff, Leiter der Abteilung Grundsatzangelegenheiten im Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur

Gemeinsam mit Dr. Klaus Bonhoff, BMVI, analysiert der DWV die verschiedenen Werkzeuge zur Erreichung der Klimaziele im Verkehr sowie notwendige, regulatorische Maßnahmen.
Der DWV hat ein Konzept zur Flottenemissionsanrechnung entwickelt, in dem THG im Verkehr nachhaltig verringert, Innovationen gefördert und Strafzahlungen der Automobilindustrie vermieden werden können. 

DWV Monats-Promi Juni 2020:
​​​​​​​Jörg Starr, Vorsitzender der Clean Energy Partnership (CEP)
(German)

Speaker: Werner Diwald, Vorstandsvorsitzender, Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellenverband e.V.;  Jörg Starr, Vorsitzender der Clean Energy Partnership (CEP)

Der Vorstandsvorsitzende des DWV, Werner Diwald, lädt zum zweiten Monatspromi exklusiv-Interview ein. Diesmal als Gast ist Jörg Starr, Vorsitzender der Clean Energy Partnership (CEP), mit der der DWV seit Januar 2019 eine Kooperation unterhält, um die Wasserstoff-Mobilität in Deutschland voranzutreiben.

Global Hydrogen Forum 2020 – HYDROGEN AT THE GLOBAL SCALE (English)

Speaker: Jorgo Chatzimarkakis,  Secretary General, Hydrogen Europe; Tom Linebarger, CEO, Cummins; Gwenaelle Avice-Huet, CEO of the North America Business Unit and Executive Vice President, Global Renewable Business Line, Engie; Jon André Løkke, CEO, Nel; Euisun Chung, Executive Vice Chairman, Hyundai Motor Group

… and many more.

Nationale Wasserstoffstrategie – News aus dem Kabinett (German)

Speaker: Werner Diwald, Vorstandsvorsitzender, Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellenverband e.V; Thomas Bareiß MdB, Parlamentarischer Staatssekretär beim Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie und Beauftragter der Bundesregierung für Tourismus

Wo stehen wir mit der Nationalen Wasserstoffstrategie? Wie geht es weiter? Wird Deutschland die Nummer 1 im Wasserstoff werden oder haben wir bereits den Zug verpasst?

​​​​​​​Die verblüffend einfache Mathematik des Klimaschutzes (German)

Speaker: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Willner, Verfahrenstechnik/Chemical Engineering, Leitung der Forschungsgruppe Verfahrenstechnik, HAW Hamburg

Was hat Corona langfristig mit Klimaschutz im Verkehr zu tun?

Diese Frage stellt sich Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Willner – Leiter der Forschungsgruppe Verfahrenstechnik an der HAW Hamburg – und zielt damit auf die Zeit nach Corona. Er stellt zwei Thesen auf:
1. Corona erschwert den Klimaschutz, weil finanzielle Mittel fehlen.
2. Corona verbessert den Klimaschutz, wenn wir die richtigen Lehren ziehen.

How to Optimize Hydrogen Refueling Stations – Part 1 (English) 

Speaker: Dr. Amgad Elgowainy, Group Leader, Electrification and Infrastructure, Argonne National Laboratory; Dr. David Wenger, CEO, Wenger Engineering GmbH

Fueling cost of hydrogen fuel cell heavy duty vehicles (FC HDVs) must be competitive with other fuel/vehicle technologies. The methods of hydrogen packaging, delivery and fueling impact the hydrogen cost at the dispenser. Furthermore, there is a tradeoff between well-to-wheels carbon intensity of hydrogen and its cost.
​​​​​​​This webinar discusses the various pathways for hydrogen production, delivery and fueling, and proposes a pathway for low cost hydrogen fueling of FC HDVs. 

DWV-Monatspromi:
​​​​​​​NOW-Geschäftsführer Kurt-Christoph von Knobelsdorff (German) 

Speaker: Werner Diwald, Vorstandsvorsitzender, Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellenverband e.V.;  Kurt-Christoph von Knobelsdorff, Geschäftsführer, NOW

Der DWV interviewt den neuen Sprecher der Geschäftsführung der Nationalen Organisation Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellentechnologie (NOW): Was bedeutet die Neubesetzung für die NOW und insbesondere für die Koordination des NIP (Nationales Innovationsprogramm Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellentechnologie) sowie der MKS (Mobilitäts- und Kraftstoffstrategie)

Large capacity, small footprint. Efficient hydrogen fueling technology (English)

Speaker: Markus Bachmeier, Head of Sales & Products, Linde Hydrogen FuelTech

Driving the future of mobility today! Register for this webinar and find out more about efficient hydrogen fueling – Especially when high, reliable capacity matters.
​​​Linde Hydrogen FuelTech understands that fueling station need to vary considerably depending on the location and available space, the type of vehicle to be served, the expected daily throughput and the H₂ supply mode.

Diesel vs. Fuel Cell: Which Heavy-Duty Transport Solution will win? (English)

Speaker: Ben Nyland, President and CEO, Loop Energy Inc.

Electrification is the path to green commercial transport, but to succeed, it must match diesel on cost, functionality and reliability.
In commercial vehicles, hydrogen has long held promise for enabling a functional replacement of diesel with an electric powertrain, however high costs due to expensive components and complex system designs have limited their mass market adoption.
Ben Nyland from Loop Energy will provide an overview of the medium and heavy duty vehicle sectors and how market barriers can be addressed by lowering fuel cell manufacturing costs.

​​​​​​​The Limits of Offshore Wind and Hydrogen Production (English)

Speaker: Matthias Deutsch, Senior Associate, Agora Energiewende; Axel Kleidon, Research Group Leader, Max-Planck-Institute for Biogeochemistry; Jake Badger, Head of Section for Wind Resource Assessment Modelling, Technical University of Denmark

Offshore wind energy promises to reach 4,000 full-load hours or more. It is a great match for green hydrogen production, as electrolysers need to be operated as many hours per year as possible. A new study commissioned by Agora Energiewende has analysed offshore wind expansion scenarios for Germany and scrutinized the assumption of 4,000 full-load hours. How many full-load hours can offshore wind effectively reach in the German North Sea at very high installed capacity densities?

​​​​​​​Nationale Wasserstoffstrategie – Jetzt erst recht! (German)

Speaker: Werner Diwald, Vorstandsvorsitzender, Deutscher Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellenverband e.V.;  Andreas Rimkus MdB (SPD), Sprecher des Parlamentskreises Sektorkopplung des Deutschen Bundestages

Die Nationale Wasserstoffstrategie (NWS) der Bundesregierung soll Deutschland zu einem globalen Vorreiter machen. Nachdem wir lange Zeit auf einen Kabinettbeschluss warten mussten, hoffen wir am 29.04. auf brandneue Informationen von Werner Diwald und Andreas Rimkus MdB aus dem KabinettDie Nationale Wasserstoffstrategie gerät immer weiter in Verzug, wobei sie vor allem für die Zeit nach Corona eine wichtige Rollen spielen kann. 

Nel – Unlocking the Potential of Renewable Hydrogen (English)

Speaker: Bjørn Simonsen, Vice President Investor Relations and Corporate Communication, Nel Hydrogen

Nel Hydrogen is a pure-play hydrogen technology company with a long history, dating back to 1927, when it was an integral part of the fertilizer activities of Norsk Hydro.
Since then, Nel has developed the electrolyser technologies further, eventually also adding fueling station technology, and today deliver hydrogen production plants for industry and energy applications, hydrogen fueling stations for the transport sector, and power-to-gas/power-to-power solutions for the renewable industry.

​​​​​​​Post-Corona Recovery – How Hydrogen could contribute (English)

Speaker: Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, Secretary General, Hydrogen Europe

Hydrogen technologies as the core of a EU recovery plan. Clean Hydrogen is a perfect partner to the Green Deal in Europe, enabling the realisation of its climate, environmental and economic development goals.

​​​​​​​Internationale Normierung und Zertifizierung in der Wasserstoffmobilität (German) 

Speaker: Elena Hof, Programme Manager NIP, NOW GmbH

Ein wesentlicher Teil der in Deutschland verwendeten Standards basiert auf europäischen bzw. internationalen Normen oder ist zumindest mit diesen harmonisiert. Ebenso wie die Wasserstoffbranche an sich, nehmen auch in der Standardisierung der relevanten Technologien die Aktivitäten seit einiger Zeit Fahrt auf. Wer Marktführer in der Entwicklung und Markteinführung von Wasserstofftechnologien sein möchte, muss auch in der internationalen Normierung eine treibende Kraft sein!

Wasserstoffbetankungssimulation mit H2-Fill  (German) 

Speaker: Dr. David Wenger, CEO; Manfred Greisel, CTO | Wenger Engineering GmbH

Aktuell gibt es weltweite Diskussionen, wie die Betankung von Wasserstoffbussen, -LKW und -Zügen optimal erfolgen soll. In diesem Kurz-Webinar zeigen David Wenger und Manfred Greisel, wie man mithilfe der Software H2-Fill diese Frage beantworten kann (limitierter Zugang).

​​​​​​​Hydrogen – Can Germany become Number 1? (English) 

Speaker: Dr. David Wenger, CEO; Wenger Engineering GmbH

Germany wants to become number 1 in the world with respect to hydrogen.
​​​​​Is Germany really leading? ​​​​​​​What is going on in the rest of the world?

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