The program of the Clean Hydrogen Conference offers (inter)national speakers to present their view and experience on this fast developing market.

Virtual Waiting Room
14:0014:10Pieter HermansWelcome and Opening
Pieter Hermans, CEO, Jakajima, Read more
14:1014:30arnold stokkingArnold Stokking, Managing Director, Brightsite, on 'Brightsite ‘s approach to the feedstock transition', Read more
14:3014:50Joris van Willigenburg, Senior chemical engineer / Technology and sustainability consultant, Sitech Services, on "Hydrogen variable cost analysis for multi-product processes", Read more
14:5015:10rene slaghekRené Slaghek, Program Manager, Brightsite, on 'Role of clean hydrogen in a sustainable circular chemical site', Read more..
Break and Virtual Networking
15:3516:05gerard van rooijDuopresentation: Gerard van Rooij, Professor and Head of Circular Chemical Engineering Department, Maastricht University / Researcher/ Group Leader, DIFFER - Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research, on 'Hydrogen, electrification and circularity – a plasma chemistry perspective', read more..
Hans LindenDuopresentation: Hans Linden, Senior Project Manager / Business Development, TNO, on 'Hydrogen, electrification and circularity – a plasma chemistry perspective Part 2', read more..
16:0516:25Pete JohnsonPete Johnson, Co-founder / Board Director, Monolith Materials, on 'Clean Hydrogen from Methane Pyrolysis', Read more..
Break and Virtual Networking
16:5017:10susanne spurSusanne Spur, Project Engineer, Graforce, on 'H2 from biological sources with negative carbon footprint for fuel cell waste collection vehicles'
Robin Post van der BurgRobin Post van der Burg, Co-Founder, Torrgas, on 'Renewable Hydrogen and Carbon for a new chemical world', Read more..
17:3018:00Round Table Discussion
Moderator Mark van Doorn, Brightlands Chemelot Campus, Read more
End of the Conference

As the production of Hydrogen is energy intensive, a direct connection to renewable energy sources is required. A lot of research and development is done to create Clean Hydrogen, which can be done in two ways, electrochemical and thermochemical.

Normally, green hydrogen is produced via water electrolysis on renewable power. Electrolysis is an excellent process to capture potential oversupply in green energy production and solve various problems of transporting this energy, however its variable production and difficulty to transport and store provides a challenge for the chemical industry. Therefore alternatives should be developed since one can not solve all the hydrogen demand issues via electrolysis.

This conference program will cover alternative options to create clean hydrogen, which are:

  • The gasification of biomass towards hydrogen and green CO2
  • Pyrolysis, a chemical recycling method
  • The splitting of natural gas in pure carbon and hydrogen

If you are interested to speak about one the mentioned topics, click on this page.

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