Event Start:
10/10/19 08:30
Event End:
10/10/19 11:30
Offices of Eversheds Sutherland, 1 Wood St, London EC2V 7WS
Event Summary:

IPFA UK: London: Hydrogen - The Growing Potential in a Net Zero World

Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, has long been viewed as a potential clean energy source and a gamechanger for achieving a low carbon future. Nevertheless, to date the only viable production methods (steam cracking, electrolysis) has been expensive and have not addressed the carbon impact. Today, a number of companies are exploring the potential to produce hydrogen with wind energy or CCUS to mitigate GHG emissions. To date the projects have been small, but could the technology be scaled to provide a sustainable, low carbon fuel source with applications in a variety of sectors.


8.30am Registration and Networking Breakfast

9.00am Welcome from IPFA

9.05am Introduction 
Stephen Jennings, Managing Director, MUFG

9.10am Why We Need a Hydrogen Economy and How to Build One

Mark Neller, Director, Arup

9.25am Panel Discussion
- Moderated by:  Rob McNabb, Partner, Eversheds Sutherland
- Katherine Peachey, Director, MUFG
- Mark Neller, Director, Arup
- Dan Sadler, Project Manager, New Energy Solution WALC, Low Carbon Solutions, Equinor ASA
- Huw Williams, Investor & Financial Stakeholder Relations, Corporate Finance Advisory & Investor Relations, BEIS
- Nina Skorupska, Chief Executive, Renewable Energy Association

10.30am Conclusion and Networking


Eversheds Sutherland

MUFG Bank, Ltd


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