After kick-starting the discussion about the future of hydrogen last year, the Budapest Hydrogen Summit will be organised this year again on 4 April, to bring together the most important stakeholders of the hydrogen industry from Central Eastern Europe and beyond reviewing the developments of the past year and the future of hydrogen in the global energy transition.
Climate goals gave new momentum for hydrogen technology that enjoys renewed and rapidly growing attention worldwide. Due to its versatility, hydrogen has been described by many as the Holy Grail of decarbonisation. Harnessing the full potential of hydrogen has huge potential but there are still many open questions that must be answered.
Will hydrogen become the main energy carrier of the future? Which industries will profit from this new technology? Will green hydrogen overtake other forms of production? How to regulate this forthcoming market? Finally, how has the energy crisis impacted the development of the hydrogen economy?
These are some of the main questions that top industry experts and policymakers will discuss at the 2nd Budapest Hydrogen Summit on 4 April. Join them to find out about the opportunities and challenges in harnessing the full power of hydrogen on our way towards a net-zero future.
The event will be opened by Attila Steiner, Hungary’s State Secretary for Energy and Climate, who will present Hungary’s main targets in terms of the development of its hydrogen economy.
The 2nd Budapest Hydrogen you will hear about the future of hydrogen in Europe’s energy transition from speakers such as Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, CEO of Hydrogen Europe the leading organisation representing European-based hydrogen companies and stakeholders.
One of the main questions of the upcoming years is how our already existing gas infrastructure can support or even accelerate the path to a future hydrogen economy. The 2nd Budapest Hydrogen Summit will be attended by expert speakers such as Ralph Bahke, GIE’s (Gas Infrastructure Europe) Hydrogen Area Sponsor and Managing Director ONTRAS Gastransport and James Watson, Secretary General of Eurogas, alongside the leaders of regional gas transmission system operators to answer this question.
The hydrogen economy spans several industries. At the 2nd Budapest Hydrogen Summit, you will learn about the key industries that will stimulate hydrogen demand from top executives of market-leading companies such as Linde, ExxonMobil, Dentons, Pietro Fiorentini, Messer, FGSZ Natural Gas Transmission and Alstom among others.
Join the 2nd Budapest Hydrogen Summit and become a proactive member of the up-and-coming hydrogen market. Let’s build the hydrogen future together!