Sustainable, secure and competitive energy supply and transport services are at the heart of the EU2020 strategy towards a low carbon and inclusive economy, geared towards a reduction of 80% of CO2 emissions by 2050. This objective has been endorsed by the European Institutions and Member States. It is widely recognized that a technological shift and the deployment of new clean technologies are critical for a successful transition to such a new sustainable economy.
Hydrogen has the potential of storing virtually unlimited amounts of renewable energy to be converted back into the grid by stationary fuel cells with high efficiency and quick response times, enabling incorporation of large amounts of intermittent solar and wind power into the grid as base load. Here water electrolysis technologies plays a vital role in enabling cost competitive, highly efficient method of producing hydrogen from renewable electricity.
Maximum participant approx. 100, on a first come first served basis
Due to an unforseen reduction in the financial support to the symposium, we regretfully have had to raise the registration fee with €50 in order to cover all expenses
The symposium is arranged by:
|Nexpel/SINTEF||Magnus S. Thomassen|
DTU Energy Conversion
|Lars N. Cleemann, Jens Oluf Jensen, Erik Christensen and Anke Hagen|
|The Danish Partnership for Hydrogen and Fuel Cells||Aksel Mortensgaard og Dorthe Hillerup Vedsted|
A flier for the symposium can he downloaded here
|Dates:||from 10 May 2012 08:30 to 11 May 2012 13:30|
|Location:||Gamle Carlsberg, Copenhagen