Europe is increasingly seen as the main demand centre for green hydrogen with a commitment to domestically produce 10mn t/yr and import another 10mn t/yr by 2030. But offtake agreements are few on the ground and a traded market seems out of reach.
Join this compelling discussion between Hydrogen Economist, Global Energy Infrastructure and ICIS where our speakers will analyse how the lack of certainty around how Europe will certify ‘green’ hydrogen has affected projects to date, as well as forecasting costs for green hydrogen and ammonia.
We will also discuss some upcoming hydrogen projects from the European continent.
Our speakers for the webinar are:
Hydrogen Editor, ICIS
As Global Hydrogen Editor, Jake Stones leads ICIS’ editorial and pricing coverage and strategy, drawing from a wealth of experience in hydrogen production costs and projects. As a senior member of the ICIS energy editorial team, he covers key gas markets such as the British NBP and Dutch TTF, the global gas benchmark.
Senior Hydrogen Reporter, Hydrogen Economist
Polly joined PE Media Network in 2021 as a digital editorial assistant. She writes for Hydrogen Economist with a focus on decarbonisation and green hydrogen.