‘‘There’s a lot of opportunities now for hydrogen probably more than ever before, so we must start now. What we do between now and 2030 is critical, the challenge is to turn the momentum into investment decisions.’’
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Facilitate Market Development at Gastech Hydrogen
Gastech Hydrogen will position hydrogen as a future clean energy source, connecting the policy makers, producers, consumers, scientists and suppliers at the forefront of the hydrogen industry. It will catalyse a wide range of conversations, connections and collaborations around the many market opportunities being created by the growing interest in hydrogen, from governments that both import and export energy, as well as the renewables industry, electricity and gas utilities, automakers, oil and gas companies, major technology firms and big cities.
Attendees From This Sector Include:
exactly what policy makers and governments expect by meeting and networking with those who set climate change and emissions laws.
a clearer understanding of what investors, financiers and stakeholders will expect of you, keeping your organisation attractive to investment.
more effectively across projects by meeting and learning from leaders who have already begun to deliver on climate change and decarbonisation commitments.
clarity from change management and restructuring expertise to enable your organisation to transition successfully to the low carbon future.
confidently with real strategies and techniques that can ensure your organisation leads the energy transition and is not left behind.
‘‘I don’t think green hydrogen is being
promised 20 years from now. It’s something
that governments and policymakers want to
see happen before 2030. It will not entirely
take over the network, but there will be a
blended view that progressively will
‘‘Our clear expectation is definitely that
hydrogen will be an integral part of the
customers’ demand, and consequently,
of our own portfolio.’’
‘‘How important is hydrogen really in
the context of our climate aspirations?
Bluntly put, it is mission-critical.’’