- CEOs & Vice Presidents from hydrogen producers, traditional hydrocarbons looking to enter the hydrogen space and new energy innovators
- Senior energy financiers and investors
- Government officials in energy policy
- Thought-leaders, energy innovators, academics and specialists
- FT journalists and other global press outlets
- Gain clarity and cutting-edge insights from exclusive keynote interviews, interactive panel discussions and high-level debates
- Drinks reception to unwind and network in a less formal setting
- All sessions are expertly moderated by our senior FT journalists who are uniquely poised to expose real opinions and cut through the jargon
The power of networking
FT Hydrogen Summit returns to London and will convene 200+ energy CEOs, VPs, investors and government figures to discuss the role hydrogen plays in the global energy mix and debate its potential to cut down global emissions.
The high-level attendance and intimate setting means you'll be surrounded by leaders you can't meet anywhere else. They'll provide you with the guidance and strategies needed to stay one step ahead in the hydrogen game.
Who will you meet?
Gain intimate access to 200+ of the most influential people leading innovation in hydrogen. Unlike other Hydrogen events, you'll only be surrounded by high-level decision-makers. 75% of attendees in 2022 held a job title of ‘Senior Manager’ and above. Connect with:
The concise, 1 day agenda covers the topics that matter most. No repetition. No jargon. Just well-structured discussions, debates and interviews. Some event highlights include:
Hydrogen Summit will be taking place at The Carlton Tower Jumeirah, situated in the heart of Knightsbridge. Attendees will be immersed in the luxurious setting and enjoy the hotel's finest service, making it an experience to remember.
There are several hotels a short walk from the event venue should you wish to stay else where. To make planning your trip as easy as possible, we've prepared a list of the hotels closest to The Carlton Tower Jumeirah.
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