Workshop: Hydrogen, e-fuels and CCUS in a Nordic Context

Nordic Energy Research welcomes you to two days of workshops and site visits on September 26–27th in Fredericia, Denmark. Register for the workshop here. The rationale behind the workshop is…

Nordic Energy Research welcomes you to two days of workshops and site visits on September 26–27th in Fredericia, Denmark.

Register for the workshop here.

The rationale behind the workshop is to gather representatives from local authorities, businesses and civil society to discuss challenges and opportunities for a rollout of Hydrogen, electrofuels, CCU and CCUS.

Fredericia offers an interesting and inspiring example of how businesses and local authorities are joining forces to create industrial symbiosis and how citizen involvement has been integrated in this process. What are the takeaway lessons for other Nordic communities planning to create such value chains? What are prevailing challenges?

The workshop is inspired by the recommendations from the report Hydrogen, electrofuels, CCU and CCS in a Nordic context. How can Nordic stakeholders, authorities and politicians contribute to increased production, distribution, and use of hydrogen, electrofuels and CCUS? The report also provides an overview of Nordic activities in this dynamic field.

The aim of workshop is to offer a venue of informal and frank exchange of ideas that will be summarised and forwarded to relevant authorities in the Nordic countries. Nordic Energy Research is planning to host similar workshops in other Nordic countries.

Watch the film: Carbon Capture and Storage in a Nordic context.

Program

Monday, September 26th

09:30–10:00

Registration and coffee

Green Transition; local planning and citizen involvement

Moderator: Maj Dang Trong, Senior Adviser at Nordic Energy Research

10:00–10:10

Welcome speech by Tommy Rachlitz-Nielsen, City Council member and Chairman of “Klima-, Energi- og Miljøudvalget” in Fredericia

Hydrogen, e-fuels, and CCUS in a Nordic context

10:10–10:40

Introduction to Nordic Energy Research and presentation of the report “Hydrogen, electrofuels, and CCUS in a Nordic context” and the report’s recommendations by Svend Søyland, Senior Adviser at Nordic Energy Research. Read the report here

10:40–10:50

Break

The role of hydrogen in the Green Transition

Moderator: Maj Dang Trong

10:50–11:00

“New InnoMission project on ‘Engaging Communities in the Green Fuels Transition'”, Anders Horsbøl, Aalborg University

11:00–12:00

Two parallel breakout sessions:

Breakout session 1: “How do we engage citizens constructively in the green transition? What are our experiences, and what does that mean for the green fuels transition?”

Facilitator: Anders Horsbøl and Maj Dang Trong

Breakout session 2: “Hydrogen value chains, what should be the rules for the new energy domain?”

Facilitator: Svend Søyland

12:00–12:30

Summary of breakout sessions – findings and recommendations

Moderator: Svend Søyland

12:30–13:30

Lunch

Circularity – creation of industrial symbiosis

13:30–13:50

“Political process, permitting and public involvement – how to deal with new hydrogen facilities”, Tommy Rachlitz Nielsen

13:50–14:10

“How to generate public support for the green transition”, Søren Schmidt Thomsen, CEO, Triangle Energy Alliance

14:10–14:20

Break

14:20-16:30

“Circularity as a guiding tool towards industrial symbiosis”, Per Møller from the Kalundborg Symbiosis takes us through a session on creating a green energy business through local industrial symbiosis

16:30–16:45

Wrap up and practical information

17:30

Dinner at Best Western Fredericia (Kronprinsen), Vestre Ringvej 96, 7000 Fredericia

Registration is required at this link – tick participate in dinner when you register

Tuesday September 27th

Site visits, start from MesseC, tour bus. The bus leaves at 09:00

08:00–08:30

Coffee and croissants at MesseC

08:45–09:45

Roundtrip of Fredericia Harbour, Associated Danish Ports (ADP). Søren Schmidt Thomsen

10:00–11:30

Arrival at Fredericia Spildevand og Energi, coffee, sandwiches. Tour of the facility and presentation

  • 10:00-10.15: Welcome
  • 10:15-11:00: Site visit, Anne Marie Gotfredsen, Head of Section
  • 11:00-11:45: Sandwiches and presentation by Peter Daugbjerg, Center Manager at FSE, on Sludge2Fuel – Producing sustainable fuels

12:00–13:00

Arrival and site visit to Skærbækværket (Ørsted power station)

13:00–14:00

Presentation by Nicolai Sørensen, Senior Strategic Advisor, Energinet on “Energinet perspectives on hydrogen infrastructure and the role of hydrogen in an integrated energy system”

End of workshop

14:00

Bus to MesseC and Fredericia train station


Download program here

Hotel close to conference location:

Best Western Plus Hotel Fredericia

Vestre Ringvej 96 | DK-7000 | Fredericia

www.hotel-fredericia.dk

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