Welcome at Fueling the Future Summit 2022
The 3rd edition of Fueling the Future Summit will take place online, live on Thursday the 17th of February.
- We need legislation and a framework to accelerate, is Fit For 55 enough?
- Scaling up with hydrogen, how can we achieve real projects and investments instead of mostly research and plans?
- Next steps: system integration and infrastructure
- Import chains and EU production: feasable or not?
Let's kickstart the implementation of hydrogen and talk with us about realising the hydrogen economy on this online edition of Fueling The Future Summit 2022
Confirmed speakers 2022
- Hinrich Thölken, Director-General Climate and Energy, German Government
- Diederick Luijten, Vice-President Hydrogen Energy, NW Europe & CIS Countries, Air Liquide
- Brian Higgins, Director Advanced Technology, Babcock & Wilcox
- Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking
- Oliver Weinmann, Managing Director, Vattenfall
- Marcel van de Kar, Global Director New Energies, Vopak
- Tim Meyerjürgens, COO, TenneT Germany
- Matthew Williamson, Vice President Blue Hydrogen, BP
More speakers to be confirmed in the coming weeks! Sign up for our newsletter, so you will be notified when a speaker is confirmed.
Online platform: Networkapp
During this online event we work with the online platform, the Networkapp. The complete event app that facilitates interaction before, during and the event. You will find here:
- the livestream,
- the program,
- the participant list,
- the presentations.
Furthermore, it offers:
- Various possibilities to network, such as in 'living rooms',
- Making connections & appointments with other visitors and the speakers,
- The possibility to post a message for all visitors,
- Access from 1 week before to 1 week after the conference.
HyGreen Teesside confirmed by BP
BP has confirmed the construction of their ambitious project "HyGreen Teesside". The project aims to produce 60MWe of 'green' hydrogen by 2025. Together with H2Teesside, BP can deliver 30% of the UK's target production for 2030.
The project is set to be developed in multiple stages. HyGreen Teesside is expected to match production to demand and will use BP's experience to drive down costs. The production of green hydrogen is scheduled to start in 2025, where the intial production will be around 60MWe. Vice President Blue Hydrogen, Matthew Williamson, will tell us all about BP's strategy on Fueling The Future Summit 2022.
European Green Deal and hydrogen
The EU Hydrogen Strategy looks to harness the tremendous business opportunities associated with the production of decarbonised hydrogen. Global interest will mean new opportunities for EU companies, which are being stimulated with the proposals adopted by the Commission today.
Targets for 2030: 40GW of renewable hydrogen electrolysers and 10 miljon tonnes of renewable hydrogen produced in the EU.