March 25


Next Hydrogen Generation – eFuel to Power the Green Transition

Co-organized by eFuel Alliance and EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation,  in cooperation with the Delegation of the EU to Japan

Webinar on Next Hydrogen Generation –eFuel to Power the Green Transition

25 March 2022 CET 9:00-11:00 – JST 17:00-19:00

Registration Zoom platform: here  Simultaneous interpretation EN-JPN

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Decarbonizing industrial sectors such as power generation and transport that contribute the most to global emissions of greenhouse gases is part of the EU and Japan efforts towards the climate change objectives of the Paris Agreement and reaching carbon neutrality by 2050. This includes substituting fossil-based energy carriers by renewable hydrogen and working towards developing a full and accessible hydrogen value chain.

The webinar will cover eFuel, including hydrogen and all following products. Hydrogen is the first step of the value chain, and the webinar will also include different use cases and different technologies.  Together, renewable electricity and renewable hydrogen can provide the synergies needed to deliver an integrated, flexible, clean energy system. To realize this vision, a massive increase in supply of products and processes based on renewable hydrogen, like e Fuel, is needed.

In this event, experts from Europe, Japan and Chile will share the latest developments on public policies and deployment of large-scale green hydrogen and eFuel production. They will also discuss possible cooperation between Europe and Japan and on the international stage in green hydrogen projects.

* eFuel: Fuel produced by synthesizing CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2 (hydrogen). In particular, a product that uses H2 procured from renewable energy.

eFuel Alliance: An organization that establishes and disseminates carbon-neutral synthetic fuels and aims to be used all over the world. There is a secretariat in Germany. Oil, automobile and automobile parts, machinery / plant engineering, aviation / shipping, chemicals, energy industry, etc. are members.

Program: here

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