HANNOVER, Germany — Green hydrogen solutions have the potential to revolutionize the global energy system and lead to decarbonization of heavy industry and transport within the next decade, especially in the hard-to-abate sectors. However a virtual panel of sustainable energy experts convened by the Global Manufacturing and Industrialization Summit’s #GMIS2020 Digital Series emphasized that the pace of this transition is being hindered by regulatory and non-regulatory barriers worldwide.
The panel, entitled “Hydrogen: A Pathway for Energy Transition and Deep Decarbonization of Industry” featured a distinguished panel of experts, including moderator Tareq Emtairah, director, Department of Energy, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO); Charley Rattan, CEO and Hydrogen and Offshore wind Business Advisor, Charley Rattan Associates, United Kingdom; Rebecca Maserumule, chief director — Hydrogen and Energy at the National Department of Science and Innovation in South Africa; and Leon Stille, General Manager of the Energy Delta Institute at the New Energy Coalition, the Netherlands.
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