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UNIDO, United Nations Development Organisation, Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit

 

 

Looking forwards to catching up with my UNIDO friends at COP 26 in Glasgow

UNIDO The United Nations Development Organisation. GMIS - Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit webinar on the 27th of October. Charley Rattan, Leon Stille Rebecca Maserumule, Ph.D. and Tareq Emtairah, speak about #hydrogen, potential and international collaboration.

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  • What is the current state of hydrogen market, and what are the major challenges and opportunities of using Hydrogen as a clean vector for industrial decarbonisation?
  • Important synergies exist between hydrogen and renewable energy. How does “Sector Coupling” affect the growth of Renewable Power
  • While existing activities demonstrate the momentum of hydrogen today, a significant step-up is required to achieve mass-market deployment and realise the roadmap. What are the Regulatory barriers currently limiting the development of a significant hydrogen industry?
  • Digital technologies are transforming all sectors and industries. They are changing how societies work and live, and how goods and services are created, transmitted, and consumed. How does Hydrogen fit into the new industrial revolution?
  • The decline in economic activity precipitated by the spread of COVID-19 and ensuing lockdowns has affected the electricity supply dynamics in many countries. How can Hydrogen help improve grid reliability and resilience towards power shortages and outages?

 

The webinar, originally broadcast on 27 October:

 

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