Green hydrogen, if produced from renewable electricity through electrolysis, can be a basis for Power to X, i.e. the process of converting electricity into carbon-neutral fuels or chemicals or even electricity again. To contribute to the climate neutrality objective, green hydrogen needs to be produced at a large scale alongside the rollout of new renewables power plants, as the technology matures and the costs of its production technologies decrease. This talk will present some of the industrial progress related to the large-scale deployment of modular pressurized alkaline electrolysers.
Co-sponsored by: The EU SuperP2G consoritum, www.superp2g.eu.
Speaker(s): Kasper T. Therkildsen,
14:00 – 14:05: Introduction of the sponsors and the speaker
14:05 – 14:35: Presentation
14:35 – 15:00: Online Q&A
15:00 – 15:30: Offline discussion at Technical University of Denmark – Lyngby Campus.