Hydrogen, Heat and Water: the keys to the post-fossil energy age


A sustainable energy system can only thrive if it includes a satisfactory energy-storage system. Besides heat, green hydrogen is a sustainable energy carrier, which besides has the prospect of becoming more inexpensive. It is perhaps not the solution to all the issues, but there are already companies that are pioneering the application of green hydrogen. In this context, stakeholder collaboration is important for the development of a business case. This was the conclusion from the Hydrogen Seminar that Allied Waters and KWR organised in Nieuwegein on 11 March.

The afternoon event was held on the occasion of the appointment of Prof. Ad van Wijk as KWR Honorary Fellow. Van Wijk received the fellowship award from the KWR’s CEO, Dragan Savić, prior to the seminar. The seminar’s objective was to promote knowledge sharing in the field of renewable energy, particularly regarding the potential of hydrogen as an energy carrier. The participants included energy and water sector experts, policy-makers, entrepreneurs and financial professionals.

Knowledge sharing

The seminar’s objective was to promote knowledge sharing in the field of renewable energy, particularly regarding the potential of hydrogen as an energy carrier. The participants included energy and water sector experts, policy-makers, entrepreneurs and financial professionals.

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