Europe has set itself goals for sustainable future. One of them is creating an efficient clean energy system that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and stop the global warming. We are noticing the dynamic growth of renewable energy replacing fossil fuels sources and nuclear plants.
This trend brings us many advantages but also challenges. The supply of energy from renewable sources is intermittent and requires a solution to meet demand in particular stages. The solutions is Power to Gas technology. Converting surplus energy to hydrogen or in further stage methane, enables storing high energy capacities for long time in well developed gas infrastructure.
Apart from that P2G provides flexibility as the gas can be converted back not only to electricity but also used for mobility sector, heat production and as a chemical feedstock for various industries.
Power2Gas Conference, taking place on 23-24 October 2019 in Marseille ,will bring together major stakeholders from the industry to explore the latest developments related to this technology. We invite you to join your peers for 2 days of interactive presentations and networking sessions in order to build a decarbonised society with P2G.
120+ previous participants including:
Aalborg University * Aarhus University * AGH University of Science and Technology * Aperam * ArcelorMittal * BG Consulting Engineers * CDI ITALIA * Boston Consulting Group * Chemours * CIEMAT * Danish Gas Technology Centre * DECHEMA * DeNora Permelec * DNV GL * DTU Energy * E.ON * E4Tech * Electrochaea * Empa * ENAGAS * ENEA * Energinet * EnergyLab * Engie * Eniig Holding * Enosis * European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) * ExxonMobil * Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency — Germany * Fluxys * Fraunhofer UMSICHT * Fundación CARTIF * Gas Connect Austria * GasTerra * Gasunie * H2V Industry * Haldor Topsoe * Hanyang University * Hiringa Energy * HMN Naturgas * Hofer Hochdrucktechnik * H-TEC Systems * Hydrogenics * IAV * IET Institut für Energietechnik * innogy * Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal — Poland * Institute of Power Engineering - Research Institute — Poland * ITM Power * Iwatani Corporation * Iwatec Corporation * Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) * KTH Royal Institute of Technology * Logan Energy * Lotos Group * Louvain University * Marubeni Europe * MicrobEnergy/Viessmann Group * Mitsui Mining & Smelting * National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology — Japan * National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) * National Treasury Management Agency — Ireland * Neas Energy * Nel Hydrogen * Offenburg University of Applied Sciences * Ørsted * OX2 * Panasonic * Queen’s University Belfast * RALOS New Energy * RISE Research Institutes of Sweden * RSE * SDU * Servies Industriels de Genève * Siemens * Silica Verfahrenstechnik * Snam * Stormossen Oy * Sunfire * Swede Gas * Tauron * Technical University of Denmark * TERÉGA * Umoe Advanced Composites * Uniper * University College Cork * University of Birmingham * University of Southern Denmark * Van Oord Offshore Wind * Vattenfall * VoltaChem * VTT * Warsaw University of Technology