Compared to other EU countries, the Netherlands has built up a considerable industry. Rotterdam fulfils an important international connecting function. The size of the industry also means a substantial reduction in CO2 to achieve the national and European climate targets. Industry has already set steps towards a new energy system, but not enough. New solutions are being developed for industries to decarbonize.
On 10 May, in the session ‘Low-carbon hydrogen for hard to abate industries’ we will discuss routes to help industry with sustainable solutions to fuel their hard to abate processes. The H-vision project provides one of these routes with an unique concept to produce low-carbon hydrogen from residual gases.
René Peters (TNO) will kick off with a short setting the scene presentation followed by a panel discussion led by Alice Krekt (Deltalinqs) with Feikje Wittermans (Royal Vopak), Wouter Verbeek (Berenschot) and Marc Zwart (Shell) about feasible routes and solutions to decarbonize the industry.
MEET US AT STAND; We also invite you to visit the H-vision exhibition booth, number C22.
REGISTRATION: register your free access to the session and the booth