European Industry & Energy Summit 2022
Join TNO and industrial and energy leaders at the European Industry & Energy Summit 2022 on November 29th and 30th 2022 at Brightlands Chemelot Campus.
- 09:30 - 17:00
Brightlands Chemelot Campus - Geleen
The European process industry and energy sector are partly responsible for causing climate change. But, at the other hand, they can also make a major contribution to providing solutions. The European Industry and Energy summit strives to foster ideas, technology, plans & projects to address this challenge by bringing together all relevant parties and expertise from around Europe. The summit focuses on a variety of subjects such as emission-free hydrogen, chemcycling, Energy Efficiency and Industrial Transformation.
Sessions by TNO
TNO is contributing to the plenary opening and with several sessions on A Green Print for a sustainable industry and carbon capture, reuse and storage.
29 November: Plenary opening
Industry leaders Dirk Smit (Chief Scientist at Shell), Matthieu Guesné (CEO Lhyfe), Allard Castelein (CEO Port of Rotterdam), Loek Radix (Executive director Chemelot) and Frank Kuijpers (General Manager Corporate Sustainability at SABIC) will give their energizing vision on a sustainable industry.
As guests at the talkshow table we invite young professionals Juliana Moretz-Sohn (scientist TNO) and Jasper Meijering (Researcher at Clingendael International Energy Programme).
29 November: Industrial Transformation
Building back resilient, sustainable and competitive
In this session we will discuss opportunities and challenges with different market partners and come up with tailor-made solutions for a sustainable and circular industry.
The EU Green Deal has a high ambition and poses many challenges for the European Industry. Climate targets are getting stricter and have gained momentum in recent years. Decision makers want to know: how do I sustain and grow my business in this changing context? In this session we discuss opportunities and challenges with different market partners and come up with tailor-made solutions.
We will present their views and share their plans to become CO2 neutral and circular in 2030 and 2050.
- Presented by: Brigitte Jacobs Business Manager Energy Transition Industry at TNO
- On stage amongst others: Reinier Grimbergen (Principal Consultant TNO), Chantal Jorissen; Director New Business Development Niaga®, Jasper Meijering , Researcher at Clingendael International Energy Program (CIEP).
30 November: Energizing Talks
Brigitte Jacobs will give an inspiring Energy Talk about how we can help and support the Industry to become more sustainable with a TNO Green Print.
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European Industry & Energy Summit 2022
Climate goals achievable with strategic approach
Both globally and in the Netherlands, we are lagging the Paris climate targets. Meeting the climate targets is urgent, but possible. TNO advocates an integrated approach and demonstrates how we can speed up the process towards climate neutrality.
Breakthrough electrolyser development: 200 times less iridium needed
Produced via electrolysis using electricity from the sun and wind, green hydrogen has a crucial role to play in the energy transition. Iridium is a scarce material that is presently essential to electrolysers working with the commonly used Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) technology.
Webinar: Industry CO2 neutral and circular in 2050
The necessary sustainability of the industry poses many challenges. Climate targets are being tightened up and have gained momentum in recent years. Decision makers want to know: how do I continue to make a profit in that new context? In this webinar on 28 September we discuss this with partners and come up with tailor-made solutions.
To make industry more sustainable, we've developed a revolutionary technology that captures CO2 very efficiently while producing blue hydrogen.
Forming new value chains for a circular economy
The transition from fossil to sustainable raw materials affects the entire chain from the chemical industry, suppliers, waste sector to end users. No party can afford to sit idle or seek the best solutions only for itself.