Register now! Conference on Global Cooperation on Hydrogen in Berlin

On April 8, 2019, adelphi will present a new study on Clean Hydrogen in the energy systems of Japan and Germany at the "Global Cooperation on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells" conference in Berlin. Register now for the multilateral event free of charge until March 31st.

07/03/2019

To combat climate change and foster the development towards a sustainable and secure energy sector, the global energy system has to undergo significant changes. To achieve carbon-neutrality in all end-use sectors in the long-run, apart from the usage of renewable electricity and improving energy efficiency other solutions such as hydrogen become important. Hydrogen has potentials to make an important contribution to decarbonize transport, heating and several industrial processes.

The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy invites to the conference

At the conference on “Global Cooperation on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells” on April 8, 2019 actors from politics, science and industry will dicuss political approaches and application examples on hydrogen and fuel cells. Against the background of the perspectives for hydrogen in a sustainable, global transition of energy systems, political strategies and programs for supporting the development of hydrogen solutions are presented and challenges and opportunities are discussed. Thereby, one focus of the event is on outcomes and best practices of bilateral and international policy, research and business cooperation. Amongst others, adelphi will present a new study on Clean Hydrogen in the Energy Systems of Japan and Germany which is currently prepared in the framework of the Energy Dialogue with Japan.

The multilateral event takes place on the day before the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2019. It is organized by adelphi, Navigant and Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).

Date: April 8, 2019, 9.00 – 15.00
Location: Visitor Centre, Federal Press Office, Reichstagufer 14, 10117 Berlin
Language: English
Participation: Register free of charge (Registration closes on March 31st)