WEBINAR on Power-to-X: The HyBalance project

The HyBalance Consortium invites you to discover the results and learnings from the HyBalance project.

The HyBalance facility in Denmark demonstrates the use of hydrogen in energy systems. Since 2018 hydrogen has been produced at the facility from PEM water electrolysis, enabling the storage of renewable electricity from wind turbines. It thus helps balance the grid, and the hydrogen can be used for clean transportation and in the industrial sector.

In the webinar key note speakers from the consortium will
  • present the results and learnings from the HyBalance project on grid balancing services, power-to-hydrogen system’s performance and environmental impact
  • discuss which role we expect electrolyzers will play in balancing the electricity system when containing an increasing share of variable renewable energy sources
  • discuss how we see the market development and the need for EU regulatory frameworks – including certifications
Please join us on September 24th, 2020 from 9.30 to 12 AM (CET)

We look forward to hosting you at our event.

The Hybalance consortium includes Air Liquide, Hydrogenics, Centrica Energy Trading, Hydrogen Valley and Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik. The HyBalance project has received funding from FCH JU and EUDP.

PROGRAM

WELCOME
Mirela Atanasiu, FCH JU

INTRODUCTION TO THE HYBALANCE PROJECT
Guillaume Gerin, Air Liquide

SESSION I: HYBALANCE LESSONS-LEARNT
Technology – PEM electrolysis
Denis Thomas, Cummins Inc (former Hydrogenics)

Operation, cost & market
Diederick Luijten, Air Liquide

Grid balancing
Lotte Holmberg Rasmussen, Centrica Energy Trading (former NEAS Energy)

Environment & performance
Patrick Schmidt, Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik

Questions from chat channel
Moderated by Tejs Lausten Jensen, Hydrogen Denmark

SESSION II
Panel discussion focusing on:

  • which role do we expect electrolyzers will play in balancing the electricity system when containing an increasing share
    of variable renewable energy sources?
  • how do we see the market development and the need for EU regulatory frameworks – including certifications?

Panel of invited guests:
Grzegorz Pawelec, Hydrogen Europe
Daniel Fraile, Wind Europe
Moderated by Tejs Lausten Jensen

Wider panel discussion with questions raised by the audience via chat channel
Panelists + presenters

Summary and event closing
Nikos Lymperopoulos, FCH JU

Contact

Marie-Louise Arnfast
+45 4056 3436
arnfast@hydrogenvalley.dk