Thursday 17 February 2022, a webinar is organized by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Japan, Technova and New Energy Coalition, in cooperation with the PIB partners: Bronkhorst, N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie, Groningen Seaports, Holthausen, Howden, Hygear, Kiwa, Royal Vopak, SHV Energy, Soluforce, TNO, FME and RvO. Please register to join.
The Dutch outlook on hydrogen is decidedly global in nature. The focus is not only on the Dutch hydrogen ecosystem, but emphasises on accelerating the global, large-scale adoption of hydrogen as a carbon-neutral fuel and energy source. This makes the Netherlands not only an excellent facilitator in the use of hydrogen, but also an accelerator in the use of green hydrogen. Through innovative cooperation, both countries can strengthen each other in advancing their hydrogen supply chain and the large-scale and broad application of hydrogen. In this webinar we discuss the developments and collaboration possibilities between Japan and the Netherlands in the field of hydrogen.
➢ René Schutte, Director at HyNorth, The Netherlands – The Northern Netherlands as a frontrunner: the Hydrogen backbone and the Hydrogen Valley
➢ Eiji Ohira, Director General of the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), NEDO Introduction – Development of Technologies for Realizing a Hydrogen Society
➢ Masaki Sakamoto, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan – Starting a hydrogen energy society in Yamanashi Prefecture and boosting demand for the energy transition through YHC
➢ Taku Hasegawa, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Japan: H2 supply chains in Japan
➢ Randolf Weterings, Program Manager Electrification and Hydrogen at Port of Rotterdam, The Netherlands: H2 supply chains in the Netherlands
➢ Patrick Cnubben, Coordinator PIB Hydrogen Japan, PIB Introduction – A cooperation between NL & Japan in the field of hydrogen
➢ Albert van der Molen, Expert Innovation at Stedin, The Netherlands: Hydrogen for heating homes in the Netherlands
Moderator: René Schutte, Director at HyNorth
Date and time: Thursday, 17 February 2022 from 9.00 – 11.00 CET / 17.00 – 19.00 JST
More information: Information about Webinar – Hydrogen in Japan and the Netherlands