Hydrogen technology seems to be heading for a major breakthrough in 2019.
Solutions are increasingly becoming available to a range of industries; from transportation to manufacturing processes. A record number of hydrogen related projects and pilots are in progress, paving the way for an emerging hydrogen market.
At H2Symposium 2019 we will explore some of the innovative projects with potential to trigger a larger scale hydrogen market and examine how we can accelerate from pilots towards large scale hydrogen production and mass production of hydrogen technology.
In other words: How do we increase volume?
Haeolus - Hydrogen production from a wind farm in a remote area with a weak power grid.
NEL - Norwegian hydrogen technology taking over the world
Statkraft - Making the switch from coal to green hydrogen on Svalbard
Norled – The future of fast passenger boats, and the world's first hydrogen ferry on LH2
Wilhelmsen – Worlds first LH2-transportation vessel
NCE MCT - Norway's shipping industry ready to run on hydrogen
NCE MCT/Greensight – Report launch: Future Norwegian value chain for Liquid Hydrogen
Technip FMC - Deep Purple - storing hydrogen on the seabed
Kvinnherad kommune and GasNOR - Large scale LH2 production in West Norway
Ocean HyWay Cluster – Building value chains for hydrogen
Eramet TiZir – Potential for industrial use of hydrogen
Greenstat – Making Green Hydrogen Happen
Zero – Hydrogen as a zero emission solution
E-134 Hydrogen Highway initiative
More about H2ardanger
Odda and Hardanger have large amounts of excess power and could play a central role as a major hydrogen producing region. There is also a real need for hydrogen in the region, the conference venue is located right next to the TiZir titanium and iron plant in Tyssedal, one of Norway’s largest sources of emissions. The plant could reduce its emissions by 90% by using hydrogen instead of coal. In addition, two main roads (FV7 and E134) between Eastern and Western Norway run through the region, perfect for corridor hydrogen stations for both passenger cars and heavy duty vehicles. Furthermore, an innovative and dynamic marine industry is located at the mouth of Hardangerfjord.
Samarbeidspartnere og støttespillere:
Phone: +47 40203905