An international technical summit focusing on the development, manufacturing, deployment and industrial integration of next generation electrolysers!

07 – 08 DECEMBER 2022 | EUROSTARS HOTEL BERLIN FRIEDRICHSTRAßE | BERLIN, GERMANY

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

CONTRIBUTING COMPANIES & INSTITUTIONS OF 2020 & 2021 SUMMITS

MAIN TOPICS TO DICUSS

  • Learn how to scale up electrolyser units, their different technologies and manufacturing processes
  • Discuss how to increase efficiency and cut costs by improving electrolyser design, materials and components, and balance of plant (BoP)
  • Explore how to integrate large electrolysers into renewable systems, plants, processes and value chains to scale up their industrial application
  • Enlarge your network with industry experts from all parts of the electrolyser value chain and learn from each other

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EVENT MODULES FOR A HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE

WHO IS WHO

Get in touch with our experts before the summit starts. Take a look at the business cards & photos while enjoying your first networking experience.

AUDIENCE Q&A

Interact with summit speakers and moderators to ensure all of your questions are answered during these sessions.

WORKING GROUPS

Discuss the latest challenges and developments with moderators and peers in these highly interactive sessions. You are welcome to share your ideas and experiences in the working groups.

PANEL DISCUSSION

Benefit from deeper insights by attending panel discussions. Share your ideas and thoughts with peers and receive feedback from dedicated industry experts in this interactive session.

EVENING NETWORKING RECEPTION

RedCabin invites our delegates to enjoy an informal evening get-together with speakers and peers. Discuss the outcome of the first summit day and expand your network in a relaxed environment.

The Berlin Electrolyser Podcast

Berlin Electrolyser Podcast Hosted By Prof. Bruno G. Pollet

For some exclusive industry insights in between, check out new monthly podcast, hosted by our Berlin Electrolyser Conference Chairman Prof. Bruno G- Pollet. In each episode, we explore some of the most discussed questions in the industry with one special guest.

THE BERLIN ELECTROLYSER PODCAST EPISODE 5: David Hodgson, Managing Director, TFP Hydrogen

Our guest in this 5th episode is David Hodgson, Managing Director of TFP Hydrogen, a specialist for advanced electrochemical materials from Kendal in the United Kingdom. David has over 35 years’ experience in the electrochemistry industry and is the recipient of the prestigious SCI Castner Medal for Electrochemical Technologies. He is a leading expert his field, his experience extends from working in R&D in multi-national corporates to CTO and CEO roles for Plurion, PV3 Technologies, Amalyst and others. Since 2009, David has managed a portfolio career, undertaking a wide range of advisory roles, including working together with the Department for International Trade in helping international companies understand the UK energy sector. In 2020 David joined James Cropper PLC as Managing Director of TFP Hydrogen Products Ltd as a result of James Cropper’s acquisition of PV3 Technologies.

Questions discussed with David in this Episode:
  • How did you personally find your way into the hydrogen industry?
  • What is the history of your company TFP Hydrogen?
  • What are the main technical bottlenecks for scaling up PEMWE technology, and the challenges for PEMWE system manfucturers?
  • Coatings, electrodes and catalyst are crucial components of any PEM water electrolyser. What makes your solutions unique?
  • Where do you see the most promising potentials for further efficiency improvements of your technology?
  • How do you see the market developing for the different electrolyser technologies in the coming years?

THE BERLIN ELECTROLYSER PODCAST EPISODE 4: Jean-Baptiste Choimet, Managing Director, Elogen

In this 4th episode our guest is Jean-Baptiste Choimet, Managing Director of Elogen, a PEM electrolyser manufacturer from France. Jean-Baptiste has a professional background in the LNG business, and after joining the French company GTT two years ago, a few weeks later GTT acquired the French electrolyser manufacturer that became Elogen, and he took the position of the Managing Director.

Questions discussed with Jean-Baptiste in this Episode:
  • What is the current status of Elogen’s PEM electrolyser technology?
  • What are the main bottlenecks for scaling up the technology, and how can they be overcome?
  • Where do you see the most need for further R&D efforts?
  • How will the market develop in the coming years, regarding the market share of different electrolyser technologies?

THE BERLIN ELECTROLYSER PODCAST EPISODE 3: Thijs de Groot, Hydrogen Chemistry Company (HyCC)

Our guest in this episode is Thijs de Groot, a technology developer at the Hydrogen Chemistry Company (HyCC) based in the Netherlands, where he leads the innovation activities in the field of water electrolysis. He is also a part-time associate professor in the field of Electrochemical Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology, where he focuses on improving the understanding of the “zero-gap” in alkaline, AEM and chlor-alkali electrolysis.

Questions discussed with Thijs in this Episode:
  • What are the activities of your company HyCC in the field of electrolysis?
  • What are the advantages of alkaline water electrolysis compared to other technologies, eg. PEM?
  • How is the market for electrolysers developing in the Netherlands?
  • What are the main bottlenecks for the development of electrolyser technologies and how can they be overcome?
  • What is your expectation for the coming years, will there be a dominant electrolyser technology, or will they play an equal role?

THE BERLIN ELECTROLYSER PODCAST EPISODE 2: Stephan Reimelt, Bloom Energy

In this second episode our guest is Stephan Reimelt, who is currently active for Bloom Energy as Senior Advisor Germany. Stephan’s roots are in a family business, and later on he became a board member of several large engineering companies, such as MAN and Lurgi. In 2011 he joined GE as a CEO for Germany, and being later promoted to President of GE Europe. Besides this, he is a Professor at the Technical University (TU) in Berlin. Now serving as a Senior Advisor Germany for Bloom Energy, his task is to conquer the European market for high-temperature electrolysers.

Questions discussed with Stephan in this Episode:
  • How are the current dynamics on the European energy market?
  • Is hydrogen the solution for the current crisis on the energy market?
  • Where do you see Bloom Energy in the European market?
  • What are the capabilities of Bloom Energy’s electrolyser technology?
  • Why is Bloom Energy now looking for partners in Europe?

THE BERLIN ELECTROLYSER PODCAST EPISODE 1: Dr. Alejandro O. Barnett, Hystar

Our guest in this episode is Dr. Alejandro Barnett, CTO and Co-founder of Hystar in Norway, and also the co-inventor of the Hystar electrolyser technology. He has 15 years of experience working with low temperature electrochemical devices and a doctoral degree from The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, working in close collaboration with Swedish PEM fuel cell industry on fuel cell component such as bipolar plates, as well as operational strategies. In 2014, Dr. Barnett moved to Norway and started as a research scientist at SINTEF. Here Dr. Barnett continued to work on low PEM fuel cell research, but also performed public and private funded research within water electrolysis, including PEM, low and high pressure alkaline, and AEM electrolysis. He became senior research scientist at SINTEF in 2018 and contributed to the establishment of the Norwegian fuel cell and hydrogen centre, acting as the low temperature node leader. He also holds a position as an Adjunct associate professor at the department of Energy and Process Engineering at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, NTNU.

Questions discussed with Alejandro in this Episode:
  • In your opinion, what are the main bottlenecks in PEMWE?
  • How do you see the industry and your company solve them?
  • What is the future of PEMWE technology?