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Wietse van den Bogaard

Wietse van den Bogaard

Royal Swinkels
Aris Blankenspoor

Aris Blankenspoor

Uniper Benelux
Philip de Goey

Philip de Goey

TU Eindhoven
Gerrit Jan Schaeffer

Gerrit Jan Schaeffer

Energyville
Andreas Gelhaar

Andreas Gelhaar

Deutsche Bahn
Joan Hoexum

Joan Hoexum

Vitality Solutions
Michael Schlaug

Michael Schlaug

Yara Sluiskil

Program

11h30 Network lunch

12h35 Welcome

led by Gerrit-Jan Schaeffer, General Manager, Energyville

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12h45 Opening speech

To be announced

13h00 Methanol: Pathway to a green society

In order to decarbonize our economies, we need a fuel solution that is scalable for transportation/mobility purposes, is cost-competitive, is not reliant on large amounts of electric energy and has the potential of being fully carbon neutral. Can the answer be found in renewable methanol?

  • Matthïas Ölafsson, Chief Representative Europe, Methanol Institute

13h45 Metal Fuels: A new renewable energy

By developing a new type of combustion technology of metal power, researchers have found a promising new energy carrier for the long term. The tremendously high energy density of metal fuels, might just disrupt the renewable energy market. But will it be scalable and meet future demand?

  • Wietse van den Bogaard, Head of Brewing, Royal Swinkels Family Brewers
  • Aris Blankenspoor, Managing Director, Uniper Technologies
  • Philip de Goey, Full Professor of Combustion Technology, TU Eindhoven

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14h15 Break & Networking

15h00 European system integration of new energy

With a higher liquid energy density than hydrogen, ammonia seems to be a reliable alternative for transportation. Liquid ammonia is significantly easier to produce and transport as fuel. Can these advantages create a cost-competitive market for the transportation industry?

  • Michael Schlaug, Managing Director, Yara Sluiskil
  • Andreas Gelhaar, Head of Sustainability & Environment, Deutsche Bahn

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15h45 Inspiration session – Methodical NLP

Joan Hoexum, Vitality Solutions

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16h15 Hydrogen: Production vs Expectation

If we consider hydrogen as a vital part for our future energy needs, we must look at the total value chain, in order to fully implement the energy carrier successfully. There are not only doubts on the production and distribution side, but also on the demand side. The industry and mobility still have some questions regarding their need for hydrogen. How will production potential meet future users expectation over time?

17h00 Closing remarks & Networking drinks

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