• juni 10, 2020

The live webinar takes place on Friday, July 3 13:00 – 14:00 CEST in cooperation with Hydrogen Europe.

In the energy system of the future, electricity, heat, gas and hydrogen will be increasingly integrated in order to deal with the fluctuations caused by the large quantities of renewable electricity production.

By converting these large quantities of renewable energy into hydrogen gas through electrolysis (Power-to-Gas), these large quantities of energy can already be transported and stored using existing gas network infrastructure or connected directly with specific end-uses. The gas produced via Power-to-Gas is available for heat and power generation, for the mobility sector and for industrial processes.

Hydrogen can also play an important role in providing flexibility and system security to deal with the large fluctuations of renewable electricity. In our future energy system, we will need a fully integrated energy system and Hydrogen is the key for this.

During this webinar Hydrogen Europe will further explain why Hydrogen is the key to a fully integrated energy sector and answers your questions on this topic.

Topics

  • Presentation of EU policies that are central to determining the role of Hydrogen as an enabler of a climate neutral energy system;
  • Expected regulatory changes at to EU level regulatory framework on Energy;
  • Hydrogen Europe’s recommendations that will enable a suitable EU regulatory regime for Hydrogen.

Expert & moderator of the webinar

Constantine Levoyannis

Constantine is Head of Policy at Hydrogen Europe since May 2020. Before joining Hydrogen Europe he worked for French gas infrastructure company GRTgaz as EU Public Affairs & Communications Director. Prior to that Constantine worked as a Director at FTI Consulting, advising clients across the energy industry and the transport sector. Constantine also has extensive experience in the EU institutions and international relations having worked for five years at the European Parliament as a Policy Advisor in the Industry, Research and Energy Committee (ITRE) and also spending time at the European Council and the United Nations.

Constantine was born in London, United Kingdom (UK) and is a dual national Greece and the UK. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB) and a Master’s degree in International Law with International Relations (LLM) from the University of Kent, Brussels School of International Studies. He is an Alumnus of the US State Department’s International Visitor’s Leadership Program on Energy Security and Foreign Policy.

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