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HYDROGEN INDUSTRY

CONFERENCE - EXHIBITION - NETWORKING 

29 - SEP - 2022


LONDON

 
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ACCELERATING FRONTIER INNOVATION, ENGINEERING AND IDEAS THROUGHOUT INDUSTRIAL DECARBONISATION USING HYDROGEN

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ABOUT:

As a new low carbon fuel source, hydrogen could be used across a broad range of applications to meet existing and future sources of energy demand. One such target area for hydrogen-based solutions is the industrial sector (including heavy industries in steel, cement, and chemicals) which is currently responsible for 15% of global carbon emissions and 16% of UK emissions.

 

Industrial sectors of particular interest for hydrogen-enabled decarbonisation include:

 

  • Industrial processes which currently use high carbon hydrogen or ammonia as a chemical feedstock

  • Processes that rely on fossil fuels to reach extremely high temperatures or to produce an open flame.

  • Other industrial processes that are difficult to electrify

 
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FUEL
SWITCHING

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ON-SITE
PRODUCTION

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INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS

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AGENDA:

 

08:00 -> EVENT OPENS

SESSION ONE -> 09:30

INDUSTRIAL FUEL SWITCHING


The session will be focusing on the latest fuel-switch industrial projects alongside innovation for pre-commercial fuel switching technologies, including low carbon electricity, hydrogen, and biomass. The session will also explore fuel switching appliances, development and testing of industrial Hydrogen appliances, direct reduction with Hydrogen and developing and testing onsite hydrogen storage solutions for industrial sites.

11:00 -> COFFEE BREAK

SESSION ONE -> 11:30

ON-SITE HYDROGEN PRODUCTION


This session seeks to explore the wide range of low-carbon, circular, onsite and local Hydrogen production solutions currently available.

13:00 -> LUNCH

SESSION FOUR -> 14:00

INDUSTRIAL CLUSTERS AND STORAGE


A big challenge for a new energy source is to match hydrogen demand and supply. Expanding the use of hydrogen in industrial clusters could be one route to grow the UK’s hydrogen market, encouraging industrial users to aggregate demand, enabling hydrogen production to scale up, and providing a catalyst for innovation and new end-use applications to develop. From these initial clusters, hydrogen supply chains could then expand into other sectors and across a wider geography.

16:00 -> NETWORKING, DRINKS AND CANAPÉS

18:00 -> END OF EVENT

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