Webinar Recording: Is Value Chain Disruption an Answer to the Bankability Challenges of Hydrogen Projects in the Steel and Freight Sector?
Women in Green Hydrogen has partnered up with EIT InnoEnergy’s European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center (EGHAC) to host a webinar on how a value chain approach can enable the implementation of large-scale green hydrogen projects to decarbonise hard to abate sectors such as steel, fertilisers and mobility (heavy goods, martime and aviation transport).
A value chain approach ensures the integration of all relevant actors, including end-off takers in the creation of the business case. This helps to distribute risk, align strategic goals, and overcome hurdles such as accumulated margins, bankability, scale up, and infrastructure development.
In this webinar, titled “Decarbonising hard to abate sectors with a green hydrogen value chain approach“, Kajsa Ryttberg Wallgren, Executive Vice President Business Unit at H2 Green Steel, will explain and unpack the success of the H2 Green Steel lighthouse project. This keynote speech will be followed by a panel discussion with experts from across the industry. Together they will discuss learnings and key takeaways, and how this value chain approach can be applied to other industries, such as green logistics for shipping, aviation, and heavy goods mobility.
|Keynote||Kajsa Ryttberg Wallgren, Executive Vice President Business Unit at H2 Green Steel|
|Panel Discussion||How to replicate the value chain model for green hydrogen in logistics/shipping?|
Moderator: Carina Krastel, Commercial Director at the European Green Hydrogen Acceleration Center
Berit Hinnemann, Director and Head of Decarbonisation Business Development at Maersk
Marjon Castelijns, Manager Business Development, Future Proof Shipping
Rian Wolters, Head of Marketing Communication at Van der Wal B.V. Logistics
Noelle Froehlich, Senior Expert Clean Operations Office, Deutsche Post DHL Group