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Published  Fri, 06/21/2019 - 13:47

Hydrogen: facts & myths

On Tuesday afternoon 17th September 2019 Port of Oostende, Rebo and Agoria Technology Club have the pleasure to invite you their yearly 'Trends in Technlogy Seminar'.
This year, the seminar will be focused on opportunities for the hydrogen market. We want to share the vision of the industrial & political players on what should be the hydrogen picture of tomorrow in the energy transition. 

LOCATION 
De Grote Post | Hendrik Serruyslaan 18a, 8400 Oostende

 

PROGRAM afternoon session

13.30 h | Registration

14.00 h | Welcome
Pieter-Jan Provoost, Director Agoria Energy Technology Club

14.10 h | Hydrogen: facts & myths
Bart Tommelein, Mayor City of Oostende

14.20 h | Implementing the European hydrogen roadmap
Bart Biebuyck, Executive Director, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH – JU)  

14.50 h | Wind-to-Hydrogen: challenges and opportunities
Dennis Thomas, EU Regulatory Affairs & Business Development Manager Renewable Hydrogen, Hydrogenics

15.20 h | From small hydrogen production to large production and its implications
Wim Velghe, Sales Director M&P Benelux, Air Liquide  

15.50 h | Coffee break

16.10 h | Advantages of hydrogen in city transport applications
Geert Van Hecke, Head of Sales Public Transport, Van Hool  

16.40 h | Use of existing piping networks for hydrogen mixing and storage purposes
Yves Vercammen, Director Transformation Projects, Fluxys

17.10 h | Conclusions
Dirk Declerck, CEO, Port of Oostende

17.20 h | Walking dinner with demo's of the Seaweedchef

The afternoon session is free of charge for members Agoria Technology Club and VIP guests Port of Oostende and REBO.
 

THIS EVENT IS POSSIBLE THANKS TO

 

PROGRAM morning session

We have a collaboration with IBN Offshore, FOD Economie, Agoria and Belgian Offshore Cluster. In the morning, they will inform you about the new tender system for the new wind farm concessions in the Belgian part of the North Sea. 

 

 

 

 

 

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