Carina Krastel, Commercial Director EGHAC will participate in one of the paneldiscussions:
By 2050, solar could supply more than 50% of Europe’s future energy demand and drive the successful decarbonisation of key sectors of the economy. But there are other energy uses and sectors that could be too expensive to fully electrify. In these sectors, renewable hydrogen will play a key role, and opens a significant market opportunity for solar in Europe. As the most versatile and competitive electricity source in history, solar energy is indeed primed to become a critical ally in establishing Europe as a world leader in renewable hydrogen. This session will deep dive into the challenges and opportunities lying ahead, to harvest this unique opportunity for the solar sector, and make Europe the world leader in Renewable hydrogen.