Implementing the 1st EU-wide Guarantees of Origin Scheme for Premium Hydrogen

From October 19, 2016 11:00 until October 19, 2016 16:30 Save to calendar

At Hilton, Carrefour de l'Europe 3, 1000 Brussels Carrefour de l'Europe 3, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium

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The CertifHy project has  finalized its work on the first EU-wide Guarantees of Origin (GO) for sustainable hydrogen, including a definition for green and low-carbon hydrogen, a detailed proposal for a GO system, and a roadmap for implementation. 

The CertifHy Consortium will present the key project results and the next steps during the Event 'Implementing the 1st EU-wide Guarantees of Origin Scheme for Premium Hydrogen' to policy makers, companies, industry, associations, NGOs, standardization and issuing bodies in the field of sustainable energy and mobility.

During the following 4 sessions we will discuss the present and future of Europe's first GO scheme for hydrogen (see more in the draft agenda below):

  1. Presentation of key results
  2. The policy and regulatory dimension
  3. Perspective of hydrogen suppliers and users
  4. Implementing the scheme

Register here and be part of 'Implementing the 1st EU-wide Guarantees of Origin Scheme for Premium Hydrogen'.

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Presentations of the CertifHy Event:

CertifHy Introduction (Wouter Vanhoudt, Hinicio)

CertifHy Definition of Green HydrogenCertifHy Definition of Green Hydrogen (Frédéric Barth, Hinicio)

CertifHy GO scheme CertifHy Guarantee of Origin scheme (Javier Castro, TÜV SÜD)

CertifHy Implementation Roadmap (Marc Londo, ECN)

Bart Biebuyck (FCH JU): The role of Guarantee of Origin in further developing the hydrogen economy

Tudor Constantinescu (European Commission, DG ENER): EU Energy Policy and low-carbon hydrogen certification

Jorgo Chatzimarkakis (Hydrogen Europe): Sustainable Hydrogen: What does the European Parliament say?

Steven Vanholme (EKOenergy): Empowering consumers

Guy De Reals (Air Liquide): Hydrogen - Transporting the Future

Denis Thomas (Hydrogenics): Importance of a well-designed hydrogen certification mechanism for the take-off of the hydrogen economy

Bernardo Mota (BMW): Premium hydrogen as a prerequisite for the take-off of fuel cell vehicles

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