2nd Hydrogen Power System Integration Symposium
Hydrogen is one of the most important clean energy carriers of the future. Although green hydrogen will not achieve climate neutrality on its own, it is the link in the energy transition for CO2-neutral mobility, industry and the power sector. In order to be able to cover the energy demand across all sectors in a climate-neutral way in the future, we need hydrogen produced with renewable energies in large quantities.
So, how can renewable hydrogen production become competitive before 2030? How can a well-developed hydrogen transport infrastructure look like and what role will existing gas pipelines and providers play? At the Hydrogen Power System Integration Symposium, international experts from energy suppliers, gas turbine manufacturers, electrolyzer and fuel cells manufacturers, automotive and industrial companies, research institutions and H2 solution providers will address these issues and discuss how the transition to large scale green hydrogen application can succeed.
The Symposium will be held together with the 8th E-Mobility Power System Integration Symposium and the 23rd Wind & Solar Integration Workshop as part of the Renewable Energy Grid Integration Week from 07–11 October 2024 in Helsinki, Finland.