Green hydrogen plans already top 60 GW according to research by Rystad Energy. Green Hydrogen could likely play a significant role in both renewable energy development and reducing carbon emissions in the future.
Asia Pacific region remains a high-potential market, as it remains the fastest-expanding region for energy demand and renewables growth over the coming decades. The potential also provides a possible secondary use for excess power generation from intermittent renewables as a form of energy storage. The growth of green hydrogen in the region is expected to be driven by Japan and Australia, but there is also increasing support from China, India, South Korea, Singapore and New Zealand.
GREEN HYDROGEN SPEAKERS LINEUP:
Attilio Pigneri, Chief Executive Officer, H2U
Jeremy Stone, Non-Executive Director & Advisor, J-POWER
Vikram Singh, Lead Advisor Low Carbon Transformation, AGIG
1. H2U’ Perspective on Path of Green Hydrogen & Green Ammonia (Q&A)
2. J-Power’s Perspective on Clean Hydrogen Supply Chain (Q&A)
3. AGIG’s Perspective on Expediting Renewable Hydrogen in Gas Network (Q&A)