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The Greatest Keynotes of the Hydrogen Industry

How to scale up Green Hydrogen production

Dr. Graham Cooley

ITM Power | CEO

Dr. Graham Cooley joined ITM Power as CEO in 2009. ITM Power was the first hydrogen related company to be listed on the London Stock Market and has been developing electrolyser equipment for over 20 years. Graham has a PhD in physics, an MBA and is a Fellow of the Institute of Metals, Minerals and Mining (FIMMM). Graham also sits on a number of industry bodies and is a member of the UK Government’s Hydrogen Advisory Council.

How to drive down the cost of green H2 with modular electrolysers 

Vaitea Cowan

Enapter GmbH | Cofounder, Head of Communications

Vaitea Cowan cofounded Enapter, which scales the production of hydrogen generators. The team has grown from 11 to over 130 in 3 years. She has the clear intention of inspiring and hiring more women. She is on the Forbes Under 30 in Energy 2020 list, and has won several awards for Enapter. Today she spearheads the communications efforts from Berlin. As a Pacific Islander, her personal mission is to provide clean energy independence to Polynesia.

How to strengthen the EU with green hydrogen – H2Global make it!

Werner Diwald

German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association DWV | Chairman of the Board

2000 – 2008 Authorized Signatory Uckerwerk Energietechnik GmbH
2008 – 2013 Executive Manager ENERTRAG HyTec GmbH (Electrozlyzer Manufaktur)
2008 – 2013 Board Member Enertrag AG (international project development wind parks)
Since 2013 Executive Manager PtX.Solutions GmbH
Since 2014 Chairman DWV

How to convert a carbon neutral strategy – Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050

Ferry M. Franz

Toyota Motor Europe Group | Director of Representative Office Berlin and Hydrogen Affairs

2005 change to Toyota Deutschland GmbH in Cologne as Manager Dealer Network Development. After stations as Sales Director Lexus and General Manager Dealer Development, taking over overall responsibility for Lexus Germany. Since January 1st 2017 Director of Toyota Motor Europe Group Representative Office in Berlin, focusing on sustainable and innovative mobility (hydrogen & electric mobility, including coordinating function for France and UK), associations and politics.

How to drive zero-emission mobility

Morten Holum

Hexagon Purus AS | President & CEO

Morten Holum is President of Hexagon Purus and has been appointed in December 2019. Formerly he has been CEO of Saferoad Group, one of Europe´s largest road safety and road infrastructure suppliers and has held key positions in corporations such as Norske Skog, Norsk Hydro and American Airlines.

How to scale up the hydrogen fuel cell solution for transportation

Dr. Zhongjun Hou

Shanghai Hydrogen Propulsion Technology Co., Ltd. (SHPT) | Deputy General Manager

Dr. Zhongjun HOU received his doctor degree in chemical engineering from Dalian institute of chemical physics, CAS in 2003. He was devoted to R&D and industrialization of fuel cell technology during his career in both Sunrise Power and Shanghai Hydrogen Propulsion Technology. He led series of fuel cell power system product development for vehicles successfully.

How to build up a Hydrogen infrastructure

Nikolas Iwan

H2 MOBILITY Deutschland | CEO

Nikolas Iwan started his carrier with Shell where he was responsible for managing a network of 260 stations in Austria. Nikolas was always passionate about the energy transition and has found the perfect task 2016 with becoming CEO of H2 MOBILITY: the JV responsible for Hydrogen refueling infrastructure in Germany.

How to stimulate Global Trade: Latest IPHE Actions on Hydrogen

Tim Karlsson

International Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the Economy (IPHE) | Executive Director

Tim Karlsson is Executive Director of the International Partnership for IPHE Secretariat, since 2015. The IPHE is an inter-governmental partnership of 21 countries and the European Commission, working to help facilitate the transition to clean and efficient energy, industry, and mobility systems using hydrogen and fuel cells technologies.

How to protect our climate and maintain industrial strength: Green H2!

Dr. Stefan Kaufmann MdB

German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) | Innovation Commissioner for Green Hydrogen 

Dr. Stefan Kaufmann has served as Innovation Commissioner for Green Hydrogen at the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) since June 19, 2020. The Innovation Commissioner for Green Hydrogen is a permanent guest on the State Secretaries’ Committee for Hydrogen of the participating ministries as well as the National Hydrogen Council.

How to deploy as fast as possible and massively carbon-free hydrogen

Paul Lucchese

Hydrogen IEA Technology Collaboration Programme | Chair

Paul Lucchese is an energy engineer at French Research Institute, CEA. Convinced as early as 2000 that Hydrogen will play a key role in energy transition, he has devoted more than 20 years to develop hydrogen technologies at CEA and promote hydrogen international collaboration through proactive leadership at IPHE, IEA as well as  the European FCH-JU he co-funded in 2007 as chair of Hydrogen Europe Research he leaded 8 years.

How to produce the cheapest green hydrogen in the world. Desertec 3.0

Cornelius Matthes

Dii Desert Energy | CEO

As the CEO at Dii Desert Energy, Cornelius made its mission to drive the energy transition forward and pioneer the field of energy from the desert, leading the world to 100% renewables!

How to develop the beyond zero Hydrogen building of the future

Joachim Schober

Autohaus Schober GmbH & Co. KG | CEO

Joachim Schober is a hydrogen visionary and owner of a German TOYOTA dealership. His motivation is to accelerate the transformation to a hydrogen society. For this reason, he developed both an energy self-sufficient, solar building-power-plant with combined heat and power and a public hydrogen filling station. By means of a mobility concept, he compensates for the currently still missing hydrogen demand and ensures an economically viable operation of the – even more than – climate-neutral energy system. Schober will show how this works and which factors play an important role in his keynote.

How to Build a Hydrogen Economy: faster together with Scotland

Paul Wheelhouse MSP

Scottish Government | Minister for Energy, Connectivity and the Islands

Paul worked for 19 years in economic consultancy for public and private sector clients prior to his election in May 2011. He has previously served as Minister for Environment and Climate Change (2012-2014), Minister for Community Safety and Legal Affairs (2014-2016) and Minister for Business, Innovation and Energy (2016-2018), and prior to ministerial office was a member of the Scottish Parliament’s Finance Committee and the Parliament’s Standards Committee.

Dr. Nigel Holmes

Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA) | Chief Executive 

Nigel Holmes has been a member of the Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (SHFCA) since 2005, and became Chief Executive Officer of SHFCA in April 2011. Over the past ten years he has increased the SHFCA membership fourfold and has established SHFCA as one of the most proactive H&FC industry associations in Europe. Nigel has over 40 years of experience working in low carbon energy generation, supply, and use.

#HOW 2021 – Highlights of Part 1

Dr.-Ing. David Wenger

Mission Hydrogen GmbH | Founder

Dr. David Wenger, Founder of Wenger Engineering GmbH and Mission Hydrogen GmbH is a recognized expert in the field of hydrogen. With more than 16 years of experience Wenger Engineering has done more than 250 projects from California to Australia on hydrogen storage, infrastructure, and hydrogen systems development.

How to Accelerate: Bold Action & Focused Support

Daryl Wilson

Hydrogen Council | Executive Director

Daryl Wilson is a versatile leader with more than 35 years of progressive industrial management experience in environmental technology, operations, manufacturing, human resources, product development, and organizational change developed in world class organisations, including Dofasco, Toyota, and Zenon Environmental. For the last 14 years, Daryl Wilson served as CEO of Hydrogenics, a leading provider of advanced hydrogen solutions.

How to lead a traditional automotive supplier into a sustainable future

Dr. Stefan Wolf

ElringKlinger AG| Chairman of the Management Board

Dr. Stefan Wolf worked from 1994 to 1997 as a lawyer with German legal firm Thümmel, Schütze & Partner. In 1997 he joined Elring Klinger GmbH in the role of General Counsel. From 1998 to 2000 he was head of Legal Affairs and Personnel for Elring Klinger GmbH. Following the IPO of ElringKlinger AG in the year 2000, Dr. Stefan Wolf took on additional management responsibility for Investor Relations and Capital Markets. In 2004 he was appointed General Representative of the Management Board of ElringKlinger AG, in 2005 Management Board Spokesman and in 2006 Chairman of the Board. In this capacity he is responsible for Group companies, the corporate functions Business Development, Legal Affairs, Human Resources, Investor Relations and Corporate Communications, the Aftermarket division as well as Original Equipment Sales.

The Greatest Workshops of the Hydrogen Industry

How to manage & distribute large H2 volumes to mobility consumers

In this workshop, we will discuss different solutions for distribution of hydrogen to mobility consumers, as well as the gas management on site.

Thorsten Harder

Burckhardt Compression Product Manager

How to slot die coat electrolyzer materials

Solutions for roll-to-roll electrolyzer production related to coating and drying processes.

Thomas Exlager

Coatema® Coating Machinery GmbH | M.Sc. – Junior Scientist

Dr. Klaus-Peter Crone

Coatema® Coating Machinery GmbH Senior Scientist

Thomas Kolbusch

Coatema® Coating Machinery GmbH | Vice President

How to model fuel cells and electrolyzers

Join this session to learn how to use FEM simulation to analyze and improve fuel cells and electrolyzers. See how it works in a live demonstration.

Annette Pahl

COMSOL, Inc.

How to meet the safety challenges of hydrogen 

Hydrogen in production, storage and transport bears special safety risks. To handle them needs expert knowledge in all phases of the process.

Oliver Bornholdt

Dräger Safety| Global Business Development Manager Safety

How to hydrogenize future mobility?

Which concepts will bring us to sustainable transport solutions using hydrogen as fuel?

Jan Schulte

EDAG Group Vice President of Sales and New Technologies

Johannes Barckmann

EDAG Group Global Design Manager

Stefan Caba

EDAG Group Project Leader Sustainable Vehicle Development

How to integrate further functionality in fuel cell stacks

During the workshop we will discuss the demand of further functional integration for FC stacks.

The general approach behind these integration efforts is to reduce overall system complexity which will lead to cost reduction, higher efficiency and longer lifetimes for FC vehicles.

Dr. Stefan Dwenger

EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies GmbH | Director Product Engineering

Patrick Wilde

EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies GmbH | Head of Product Engineering Stack

Halley Hui

ElringKlinger China Ltd. | Technical Customer Manager Fuel Cell

How to integrate further functionality in fuel cell stacks

During the workshop we will discuss the demand of further functional integration for FC stacks.

The general approach behind these integration efforts is to reduce overall system complexity which will lead to cost reduction, higher efficiency and longer lifetimes for FC vehicles.

Armin Diez

EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies GmbH | CTO/COO

Dr. Jürgen Kraft

EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies GmbH | Director Product Development

Stefan Hemmer

EKPO Fuel Cell Technologies GmbH | Head of Function Integration

How to generate renewable methane for a large-scale Hydrogen production

How does biological methanation work? Scale-up, readiness of the technology and its upsides: flexibility and use of existing infrastructure.

Dr. Doris Hafenbradl

Electrochaea GmbH | CTO and Managing Director

How to fly with hydrogen 

Emission free hydrogen propulsion system for aircraft applications” The presentation will discuss the results of the first passenger aircraft with emission free hydrogen propulsion “HY4” from November 2020. First results show a high efficiency and reliability of the fuel cell propulsion.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Josef Kallo

German Aerospace Center DLR | Coordinator Energy System Integration

How to produce Hydrogen Technology Components with Laser-Based Processes

How can Laser-Based Processes such as Cutting, Welding, Structuring and Coating Provide Solutions for higher Functionality and Productivity?

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Arnold Gillner

Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT | Department Manager Ablation and Joining Managing Director Fraunhofer Group Light and Surfaces 

Dr. rer. nat. Karsten Lange

Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT | Project Manager

Dr.-Ing. André Häusler

Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT |Teamleader Micro Joining Metallic Materials

How to use compact Hydrogen Generation Systems from Renewable Sources

Fraunhofer IMM is developing hydrogen generation systems for portable, mobile and stationary applications from renewable fuels such as methanol, ammonia and synthetic hydrocarbons such as methane and mixtures adequate to diesel fuel. The fuel processor systems benefit from the high integration potential of Fraunhofer IMM reactors and self-developed catalyst technology.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gunther Kolb

Fraunhofer Institute for Microengineering and Microsystems IMM | Deputy Director of Fraunhofer IMM and Head of Business Field Energy 

Dr. Christian Bidart

Fraunhofer Institute for Microengineering and Microsystems IMM | Research Assistant

How to characterise catalysts for Power to X processes and hydrogen storage?

Dr. Siham Ouardi

Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE | Group Leader Sustainable Catalytic Materials

Dipl. Ing. Robert Szolak

Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE | Group Leader Process Development 

Dr.-Ing. Achim Schaadt

Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE | Head of Department Thermochemical Processes

Dr. Monika Bosilj

Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE | Project Manager 

Dipl. Ing. Florian Nestler

Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE | Project Engineer

How to Characterize Fuel Cell Membrane Electrode Assemblies

Membrane Electrode Assemblies are key components for fuel cell performance and durability. Understanding their behavior under various conditions is necessary for stack and system design.

Dr. Matthias Klingele

Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE | Head of Group Cell Analysis and Materials, Fuel Cell Systems, Hydrogen Technologies

 

How to Affordably Power Off-Grid Telecom Sites with Ammonia

GenCell unveils its innovative and resilient off-grid power solution which extracts hydrogen from liquid ammonia, now in testing at an active off-grid telecom site outside Reykjavik, Iceland.

Rami Reshef

GenCell Energy | CEO

How to Explore Cross-Border Technology Cooperation between Asia and Germany

Germany offers high potential partnerships for international Hydrogen economy. Germany’s Energy Transition “Energiewende” is championed by its “National Hydrogen Strategy.” The NHS ambitious target of a market-driven carbon neutral economy” is supported with a 9 billion Euro governmental fund for green Hydrogen projects.  The following companies will present the framework and opportunities for international cooperation.

Dr. Namiko Murayama

thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers (Japan) | Group Manager of Green Hydrogen

Dr. Carsten Schmitt

thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers (Japan) | Representative Director & CEO

Dr. Viktor Reimer

ACTC Advanced Composite Technology Center der HRC Group | Head of Pressure Vessel Development

Heiko Staubitz

Germany Trade and Invest | Senior Manager Investor Consulting

Robert Herzner

Germany Trade and Invest | China Director

How to strengthen the EU community with green Hydrogen – H2Global!

 

Green Hydrogen has the potential to revive the spirit of the EU. Sharing potentials of renewable energies with the economic power of industrial areas.

Werner Diwald

German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association DWV| Chairman of the Board

How to design serial production processes from bipolar plate to stack

In this session, we will look at the requirements and challenges of the series production from two perspectives – that of the automotive supplier and that of the machine and system suppliers.

Fabian Kapp

Graebener® Bipolar Plate Technologies | Managing Director

Ulrich Schoof

LINDE + WIEMANN | Managing Director

Thomas Kuschel

thyssenkrupp Automation Engineering | Head of Sales Fuel Cell Assembly & Testing

How to build viable Hydrogen business cases for low-carbon islands

H2 will be instrumental for islands towards zero-carbon, and will open new downstream markets and business models for renewable generators.

Frédéric Barth

Hinicio |Senior Advisor

Jean-Christophe Lanoix

Hinicio |Associate Director France

How to advance the Development of a Honda Fuel Cell Vehicle

The Honda Clarity Fuel Cell is built on a common platform. The Honda Clarity series included next to Honda Clarity Fuel Cell also the Clarity Electric (BEV) and Clarity Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) as Honda works to evolve and popularize electrified vehicles. Every electric vehicle on the market today has at least one barrier to overcome, whether size, affordability, range or recharging/refueling. The strategy behind the Clarity series addresses these issues through its spacious five-passenger cabin, focus on increased affordability, and expanding infrastructure.

To achieve mass-market appeal, Honda’s product development pathway aimed toward future full-scale mass production, rather than being focused on a narrow group of users.
To that end, Honda selected the “3-in-1 concept” that mounts the fuel cell powertrain under the hood like a conventional gasoline or hybrid vehicle, and realizes BEV and PHEV variants using the same platform, making Clarity the first vehicle in the industry to offer fuel cell, BEV and PHEV powertrain options on a single platform. This shared platform strategy enabled Honda to respond to infrastructure and market developments, provided customers with an zero-emission and ultra-low carbon vehicles that meet their lifestyle needs, and takes Honda toward higher volume sales of advanced powertrain products that will help to realize our dream for an zero carbon mobility future…

Takashi Moriya

Honda R&D Co., Ltd. | Executive Chief Engineer

Thomas Brachmann 

Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH | Technical Leader Energy & Digital Services Automobile Digital Solutions & Electrification Research

How to implement PEM electrolysis for producing green hydrogen

What are the requirements and success factors for implementing PEM electrolysis? With our case studies, we show applications for green hydrogen production.

Marian Hieke

H-TEC SYSTEMS GmbH | Head of Order Processing

Niclas Ege

H-TEC SYSTEMS GmbH | Sales Manager

How to provide sustainable power with hydrogen: in mobility and beyond

Hyundai dreams of a world where hydrogen fuel cells provide power to all kinds of applications. Wondering how far we’ve come and how far we are going?

Soonil Jeon

Hyundai Motor Company Fuel Cell Engineering Design Group | Vice President

Ronald Grasman

Hyundai Motor Company Fuel Cell Business Group | Vice President

How to start a career in hydrogen

An overview of potential opportunities, work environments and professions in the hydrogen field, from government & technical research to marketing, business and beyond.

Stephanie Azubike

IPHE Early Career Network | Chair

Dr. Rebecca Maserumule

Government of South Africa | Chief Director Hydrogen and Energy, Department of Science and Technology

Dr. Jacob Leachman

School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at Washington State University (WSU) | Associate Professor

Mirela Atanasiu

FCH JU | Head of Unit of Operations and Communication in the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking

Dr. Shuk Han Chan

Hawaiian Electric (HECO) | Energy Analytics Scientist

How to build a hydrogen refuelling station

Hydrogen is a true all-rounder: the smallest element in our universe moves cars, buses, small and large commercial vehicles or even trains. The necessary filling stations vary – they are public or located in a depot, integrated into existing filling stations or stand alone solutions. They store a few hundred kilograms or a few tons, under pressure or cryogenic. With more than 60 construction projects and with the operation of over 90 stations H2 MOBILITY Germany has gained a lot of experience – knowledge that we share with third parties. Our workshop offers a first insight into scoping, planning, construction and operation of hydrogen Refuelling stations.

Lorenz Jung

H2 MOBILITY Deutschland | Chief Projects Officer

Falk Schulte-Wintrop

H2 MOBILITY Deutschland | Strategic Business Development

Benjamin Jödecke

H2 MOBILITY Deutschland | Automotive Relations Manager

Sybille Riepe

H2 MOBILITY Deutschland | Communication Manager

Luigi Bonadio & Associates

LinkedIn Luigi Bonadio

How to design renewable hydrogen plants

Providing a broad overview and discussing base considerations and core elements in the design of renewable hydrogen plants.

Luigi Bonadio

Luigi Bonadio & Associates | Director

Noel Dunlop

Energys | Vice President

How to optimise your Hydrogen Fuel Storage System design, with Luxfer

Developing advanced hydrogen fuel systems for a wide range of transport modes

Alok Maskara

Luxfer Gas Cylinders | CEO

Keith Croysdale

Luxfer Gas Cylinders | Business Development Manager

Jim Gregory

Luxfer Gas Cylinders | European Business Development Manager, AF

How to select the hydrogen tank solution? – Materials and Technologies

This workshop shows current designs and manufacturing technologies for H2 pressure tanks and gives hints for material- and industry-specific use.

Kai Steinbach

LZS GmbH | Head of Engineering

How to manage cost efficiency of turned parts and assemblies for hydrogen

What’s needed in design of turned components to reach the cost targets in scale up of hydrogen business

Dr. Max Mehring

Mesa Parts GmbH | Head of Research and Development

Patrick Braun

Mesa Parts GmbH | Development Engineer

Raphael Wunderle

Mesa Parts GmbH | Development Engineer

How to design an efficient hydrogen leak detection system

Join our workshop where we’ll show how to design a layered Hydrogen Fire and Gas detection system and mitigate the risks on your plant or solution.

Claudio Fecarotta

MSA – The Safety Company | Business Development Manager

Marc Syguda

MSA – The Safety Company | Sales Engineer

Jerome Bouyon

MSA – The Safety Company | Hydrogen Key Account Manager

How to decide which form of hydrogen to use (liquid vs. gaseous)?

A factual comparison of the two basic ways to store and transport hydrogen.

Jos Dieteren

NEUMAN & ESSER GROUP | Area Sales Manager

Andrea Fragonara

NEUMAN & ESSER GROUP | Area Sales Manager – South Europe & North Africa

How to optimize the hydrogen value chain from generation to end-user?

A virtual pipeline showcase – the system impact of atmospheric or pressurized electrolyzers, 300 or 500 bar trailers?

Jens Wulff

NEUMAN & ESSER GROUP | Managing Director Operations

How to scale up high pressure compression – goal: 500 bar+?

Fuel Cell mobility conform compressor solutions for HRSs, trailer filling and virtual pipelines – Hydraulic Piston, Diaphragm and Non-lube Piston.

Prof. Dr. Klaus Hoff

NEUMAN & ESSER GROUP | Managing Director

Patrick McCalley

NEUMAN & ESSER GROUP | Sales Manager

How to optimize the availability of your Hydrogen process equipment?

IoT and Analytics – Condition management of your equipment to get the sustainable maximum out of your equipment.

Stefan Damberg

NEUMAN & ESSER GROUP | Department Manager Spare Parts & Service

Ulrich Garde

NEUMAN & ESSER GROUP | Manager Sales & Business Development

How to locate hydrogen gas leak locations with Nitto H2 detection tape

Nitto offers a proactive safety tool to help quickly identify hydrogen gas leak locations utilizing Nitto’s Hydrogen Detection Tape

Dr. Nahid Mohajeri

NITTO Belgium NV | Advanced Polymer Technology General Manager – AREA Development

Paul Bieghs

NITTO Belgium NV | General Manager Semicom and Marcom

How to implement hydrogen as energy carrier in maritime energy systems? (NTNU 1/2)

Challenges and possible solutions for making Hydrogen an alternative maritime  fuel. Are experiences with LNG relevant for Hydrogen systems?

Ann Rigmor Nerheim

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) | Associate Professor

How to design new catalyst materials for HER in silico? (NTNU 2/2)

We have develop a modelling platform which enables materials screening of potential catalyst materials by incorporating DFT simulations and machine learning algorithms.

Prof. Jaakko Akola

Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)| Department of Physics

How to benefit from German regulatory framework in Hydrogen projects

In Germany, the economics of on-site electrolyser projects relies heavily on their individual settings. Hydrogen projects can benefit from reduced renewable surcharges, or they are eligable for reduced grid connection fees. In this workshop, we talk about the different cost aspects of electrolyser projects and their regulatory framework.

Dr. Kathrin Goldammer

Reiner Lemoine Institut gGmbH Managing Director

Norman Pieniak

Reiner Lemoine Institut gGmbH | Head of mobility-department

Laura Wienpahl

Reiner Lemoine Institut gGmbH | Researcher

How to Build a Hydrogen Economy: Building Hydrogen Clusters with Scotland

There is significant focus on the scaling up of hydrogen supply, but without the corresponding scale of hydrogen demand there is no solid business case for hydrogen projects. This workshop explores approaches being used Scotland to help overcome the ‘chicken or egg’ dilemma, and which may also support the development of viable green hydrogen clusters without massive public sector subsidy.

Alexandra Stein

Scottish Government Berlin Hub

Paul O’Brien

Highlands & Islands Enterprise

Joanne Allday

Port of Cromarty Firth

Tim Dumenil

Pale Blue Dot

Nigel Holmes

Scottish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association

How to meet the requirements of the transportation industry

The aim of the workshop is to identify the requirements and expectations of the transportation concerning Hydrogene vehicles and infrastructure. Manager of transportation companies are asked to describe what they need and what they want. The outcome is crucial to truck manufactures, fuelling companies and truck stop operators.

Prof. Dr. Manfred Loidold

RheinMain University of Applied Sciences Professor of Geographic Information Technologies

How to develop H2 hoses for the heavy-duty industry

This workshop discusses about existing and future challenges for Hydrogen hoses regarding standards, connections, applications, etc.

Markus Eberle

SPIR STAR ® AG | H2 Specialist – Technical Sales 

Tobias Schmiedl

SPIR STAR ® AG | H2 Specialist – Engineering 

How to refuel a Hydrogen bus

This workshop addresses typical challenges of 350bar hydrogen bus refueling, such as fueling speed, pressure drop and necessary precooling.

Manfred Greisel 

Wenger Engineering GmbH CTO 

How to ensure the quality of hydrogen fuel dispensed from HRS?

This workshop discusses standard procedures for sampling hydrogen from HRS currently being developed (ISO/WD 19880-9). In relation, H2 fuel quality data and analysis are presented

Thor Anders Aarhaug

SINTEF Industry Senior Research Scientist

Thomas Bacquart

National Physical Laboratory (NPL) Senior Research Scientist

How to build profitable fueling business – Green Hydrogen from Biogas

On-site hydrogen production at only 10% of the biogas plants in Germany meets the entire demand of street based public transport.  Let’s go for it.

Dr.-Ing. Hans-Peter Schmid

WS Reformer GmbH, Renningen, Germany | Managing Director 

Dr.-Ing. Andreas Gradel

Btx energy GmbH, Hof, Germany | Scientific Assistant

 

How to design an excellent Chinese Type IV Hydrogen tank

Meeting the booming Chinese market: As high weight, fatigue and low-cost performance required for vehicle hydrogen storage, we had recognized a promising market of Type IV hydrogen tank in China next decade. Meanwhile, we will discuss the design steps and design key points of Type IV hydrogen tank with you.

Weng Yiming

YAPP Automotive Systems Co., Ltd. | Technical Expert

How to design the PEM fuel cell anode supply

In this workshop, topics related to the bipolar plates, materials and simulations of the anode circuit and also Hydrogen quality and Hydrogen analysis will be addressed.

Dr.-Ing. Jörg Karstedt

ZBT – THE HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL CENTER | Head of Department Fuel Cells and Stacks

Dr.-Ing. Christian Spitta

ZBT – THE HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL CENTER | Head of Department Hydrogen Infrastructure

Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Misz

ZBT – THE HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL CENTER | Head of Department Fuel Cell Systems

Dr.-Ing. Sönke Gößling

ZBT – THE HYDROGEN AND FUEL CELL CENTER | Group Leader Simulations and Controls