Industrial hubs like Antwerp, Rotterdam, Dunkirk and Hamburg have emerged as some of the most advanced in Europe in their transition towards a low carbon economy. While exploring the best options and opportunities this brings, different stakeholders are looking for partnerships to combine experience, reduce business risks and remain at the forefront when larger scale opportunities will emerge.
Our panel of speakers will share their views on the challenges of transitioning from a demand-driven to a supply-driven energy system. The discussion will center on a few key questions:
- Is green hydrogen the "golden solution" to mitigate pricing risks of renewables, manage increased system volatility, solve transmission challenges and provide the required seasonal storage needs?
- If so, can the required scale and cost levels be reached in time?
- What is needed from governments, companies and infrastructure providers to reach sustainability targets?
Attendance is free of charge but registration is required. The organizer reserves the right to select the participants. Once your registration is approved, you will receive an email from Zoom with joining instructions and the option to add the event to your calendar.
Who should attend
This roundtable discussion is intended for stakeholders actively involved in leading low carbon economy transition in industrial clusters.
Please contact Dirk Nuyens with any questions in regards to the low carbon economy transition or Francesca Furlan with any questions in regards to the series.