WEBINAR DETAILS
Date: 6 October 2021
Time: 10:00 AM UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language: English
Format: Online
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION

Worldwide: Examining the Levers that Could Unlock the hydrogen Market in Europe and Beyond – Creating a Market for Hydrogen

In this webinar we will assess the future of the hydrogen market. We will look at current and emerging policy and regulations that support hydrogen development in different jurisdictions, mechanisms for reducing demand uncertainty, scaling applications and the financial instruments necessary for growth. 

We will look at the comparative merits of blue and green hydrogen in relation to climate change pressures and the energy transition and discuss emerging case studies of hydrogen projects that are developing today.

The webinar will be vital for any business that is involved in or considering entering the hydrogen market, from investing to developing, transporting and selling. Join DWF's experts and guest speakers from the sector to learn about the barriers and opportunities in this rapidly evolving market.

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SPEAKERS
Darren Walsh

Darren has over 20 years' experience in the domestic and international nuclear and energy sectors. He is Head of Power at DWF and practices in the energy sector, focusing on low carbon energy generation projects. Darren acts for developers, sponsors, hosts, ESCOs, funders and technology companies in the energy sector. He has advised on renewable schemes such as solar PV schemes, electric vehicle charging schemes, tidal energy, Good Quality CHP and Carbon Energy Fund schemes, as well as energy efficiency and long-term energy service arrangements. Darren is also advising clients in the nascent hydrogen market.

Tony Smith

Tony is a hydrogen and CCUS advisor for Peel NRE reporting to the MD, Myles Kitcher.  A founder and Steering Group member of the NW Hydrogen Alliance,  an Advisory Board member of the Decarbonised Gas Alliance and a member of the BEIS Hydrogen Market Expert Working Group.  His focus is to promote the North West as an industrial cluster engaging the economic, geographic and geological assets to support and optimise the role of hydrogen and CCUS in the region

Tony started working in the energy industry in 1978 when he started a PhD in hydrocarbon biotransformation (completed in 1981) followed by BP Research, then the bulk of his career with ExxonMobil where he majored in natural gas markets and commercials. Tony worked in gas consultancy in the UK, Europe, S Africa, the Middle East and the Americas as well as in academia and with Schlumberger. He joined Peel 7 years ago and have helped grow the region as a major potential location for industrial decarbonisation manufacture. Tonybelieves in a pragmatic and holistic approach to the Energy Transition and believe that green and blue hydrogen form a powerful partnership to help meet local, regional, national and international GHG emissions targets. He frequently speak at industry events and am active in social media on hydrogen and CCUS.

 

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