Climate change and environmental deterioration are a threat to our very existence. The green transition is driven by the need to decarbonise the energy production, mobility, and thermal energy markets in the face of rapidly changing climate realities. One of the most important approaches to handle the decarbonisation challenge is to use Power-to-X technology, construct Electrolyser plants and develop Electrolysis technology which aids in the creation of an efficient clean energy system with the goal of lowering CO2 emissions.
P2X strategies, technologies, and the future of P2X projects in Europe will be discussed during the conference, as well as the challenges and solutions of electrolyser plants, operation and optimization, technologies, electrolysis development, and capacity utilisation for hydrogen production to meet the major demands of the future energy industry.
- Roadmap for policies, actions and regulations
- European and world markets outlook
- Hydrogen projects in the turbulence marketspace
- Realisation of large-scale plants
- Hydrogen production target
- Sustainable and technological development
- Innovative design of electrolyser facilities
- Development of P2X for Decarbonisation
- Power-to-X Technology Roadmap to 2050
- Electrolysis as a core route in P2X System
GRTgaz together with French partners demonstrate the first Power-to-Gas plant with a power of 1 Mwel converting electricity into hydrogen through electrolysis. By 2050, the Power-to-Gas solution is estimated to produce between 15 and 20 TWh of renewable gases per year.
Repsol will install the first electrolyser in 2022 in the Spain’s Basque Country with capacity of 2.5 MW. Raw materials used in the synthetic fuels are mainly from renewable hydrogen and CO2, those are crucial for decarbonizing sectors.
Energinet plays huge part to establish and operate the future Danish infrastructure, maintain the interaction between production of Power-to-X and the rest of energy system. Energinet’s future electrolyser accelerates the green transition securely and cost-effectively
Neste grows to focus on innovation of renewable hydrogen to demonstrate the high-temperature electrolyser technology in the field of power-to-X.
Helen Oy is exploring and positioning its role in the future hydrogen economy and Power-to-X related process. Its core is to achieve the carbon neutral target by 2030.
EDP will develop 100MW hydrogen project at the coal-fired power plant area in Sines, Portugal starting from 2023 to keep track on EU’s decarbonization strategies.
VERBUND is connected to numbers of projects related to green hydrogen production, storage and use. VERBUND has commenced various flagship projects. H2Future project is one of the world’s largest and most noticeable electrolysis plants
EnBW aims to achieve net-zero future. Renewable energy will be generated in Altbach/Deizisau with the more climate-friendly from hydrogen-based infrastructure.