The crucial role of low-carbon hydrogen production to achieve Europe’s climate ambition: How CCS can enable early and cost-efficient clean hydrogen at scale

Wednesday, February 17, 2021 - 12:00 to 13:30

NB: Times shown are CET (Central European Time)

Following the recent publication of a ZEP report on low-carbon hydrogen production, this webinar will discuss key findings from the report and the role that low-carbon hydrogen will play in decarbonising energy-intensive industry and in the energy mix as part of Europe’s plan to become climate-neutral by 2050. Low-carbon hydrogen produced from reformed natural gas with CCS will play a key role in paving the way towards a clean hydrogen economy for Europe, as the only opportunity to deliver early, large-scale quantities of hydrogen to industries, kick-starting cost-efficient decarbonisation.
Joining us will be speakers from SINTEF, TNO, Bellona, Equinor and thyssenkrupp to discuss low-carbon hydrogen projects in industry, as well as considering low-carbon hydrogen from a climate perspective and the ‘real-life’ perspective from project promoters.

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