Online talk show on challenges and innovations in hydrogen production supply chain

29 Sep 2021

VoltaChem, the Shared Innovation Program initiated by TNO, government, and industry, is organising an online talk show to be held on Wednesday September 29th from 11.00 – 12.30 CEST: 'Next-generation water electrolysis: Cost-effective hydrogen production enabled by high-tech innovations.'

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This is the third of four interactive online talk shows that will provide a deep dive into key developments in industrial electrification. In this edition, the focus will be on developing the supply chain for green hydrogen production and the much-needed innovations in order to speed this up and reach the ambitious 2030 hydrogen goals.

Taking place at the talk show table are Peter Ellis (Johnson Matthey), Peter Bouwman (Schaeffler Technologies) and Arend de Groot (VoltaChem/TNO), together with host Jerre Maas and co-host Martijn de Graaff (VoltaChem/TNO).

They will discuss the major challenges the supply chain is currently facing in producing and scaling up the production of electrolyzers and their components, and explore the solutions they see for making multiple gigawatt electrolyzer systems in 2030 a reality. Topics like durability, performance, materials and cost will be discussed, as well as business cases and scenarios on the road to 2030.

Needless to say, the online audience is invited to join the discussion as well, via questions, polls, and much more. The talk show will be broadcast live from the premises of TNO in Petten, The Netherlands, where one of Europe’s largest electrolyzer research facilities is located.

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