- Shake hands with energy CEOs, senior investors and government figures you can't meet anywhere else
- Gain intimate access to 200+ of the most influential people leading innovation in hydrogen
- 75% of attendees in 2022 held a job title of ‘Senior Manager’ and above, meaning you are amongst true decision-makers
- Form new relationships and build on existing ones through an informal networking drinks reception and lunch break
- Schedule 1-to-1 meetings ahead of time using the Brella networking app
As energy policy remains at the top of the political agenda, hydrogen is touted as a critical tool in the net-zero transition. However, while policy ambitions are increasing globally, the practical pathway to scaling up clean hydrogen remains unclear. Existing hydrogen production still needs to be decarbonised, while pertinent questions also remain about the lack of progress on large-scale projects and the availability of cheap renewable power to produce green hydrogen. Against this backdrop, disagreement continues over which sectors the fuel is best positioned to decarbonise. Can the industry navigate these challenges to make clean hydrogen a permanent feature of the global energy mix?
Now in its third year, the FT’s Hydrogen Summit has established itself as the pre-eminent gathering of leading hydrogen executives, policymakers and financiers. Throughout a comprehensive day of content and networking, the Summit will once again provide a unique forum for a nuanced discussion of the opportunities and obstacles in harnessing the full power of hydrogen.
Discuss & Debate
Gain cutting-edge insights from our bespoke speaker line-up of true industry pioneers you can't hear from anywhere else
Meet 200+ of the most influential people leading innovation in hydrogen, including CEOs, policymakers and investors
In an industry that is saturated with conflicting views about its production and usage, gain clarity and cutting-edge insights
Our line-up of C-suites and decision-makers:
Key Themes and Discussions
Financing Project Development
What sources of finance are available and what is the role of government in mitigating risk for investors?
Will flagship climate policies in the EU and the US unlock capital flows and stimulate demand for clean hydrogen?
What are the opportunities and obstacles in using hydrogen to clean up the hard-to-abate sectors?
Will there be sufficient renewable capacity to meet forecasted demand for green hydrogen?
Is blue hydrogen a viable short-term solution or are its merits exaggerated by traditional oil & gas companies?
What proportion of the global energy mix should clean hydrogen account for?
The power of networking
"Quality speakers, the variety of opinions and the breadth and depth of experience of the in-person attendees enriched the networking opportunities."
Executive Chairman, H2Transition Capital LLP
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