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DNV joins the 3rd European Hydrogen and P2X conference

European Hydrogen and P2X conference 2022

Meet our experts

DNV participates at the 3rd European Hydrogen & P2X conference. It will be held 15 - 16 June in the city of Copenhagen in Denmark.

With the Fit for 55 the EU strives to achieve 55% emission reduction target set for 2030. The necessity to reduce CO2 emission in power generation, mobility, and heat energy markets opens ways for the green transition based on Hydrogen and Power2X. With many hydrogen and p2x projects underway and many still in planning phase across Europe the industry will meet to discuss how to create a sustainable clean energy system.

Do not miss the opportunity to connect and build relationships with top level experts from gas producers, chemical and mobility industries representatives, power companies, business analytics, government officials and regulators, storage companies, service providers, transportation companies, renewable energy consultancies and others.

Get insights on the safe scale-up of Hydrogen

As a partner, exhibitor, and presenter at the conference, we look forward to meeting you to discuss and share insights on the safe scale-up of the entire hydrogen value chain, from planning to production and end use.

With our range of advisory, monitoring, verification and certification services, full-scale testing facilities, and expertise across the energy and maritime industries, we are in a unique position to help investors, developers, asset owners and governments make hydrogen a safe, affordable, and clean feedstock and energy carrier.

To make sure you get a chance to connect with our experts, feel free to schedule a meeting by filling in the form below.

Join our sessions at the conference

  • PtX for deep decarbonization, from the DNV Energy Transition Outlook, June 15th at 09:00 by Magnus Killingland
  • Towards gigascale PtX – safety concepts and constraint, June 16th at 11:25 by Felix Weise

DNV participates at the 3rd European Hydrogen & P2X conference. It will be held 15 - 16 June in the city of Copenhagen in Denmark.

With the Fit for 55 the EU strives to achieve 55% emission reduction target set for 2030. The necessity to reduce CO2 emission in power generation, mobility, and heat energy markets opens ways for the green transition based on Hydrogen and Power2X. With many hydrogen and p2x projects underway and many still in planning phase across Europe the industry will meet to discuss how to create a sustainable clean energy system.

Do not miss the opportunity to connect and build relationships with top level experts from gas producers, chemical and mobility industries representatives, power companies, business analytics, government officials and regulators, storage companies, service providers, transportation companies, renewable energy consultancies and others.

Get insights on the safe scale-up of Hydrogen

As a partner, exhibitor, and presenter at the conference, we look forward to meeting you to discuss and share insights on the safe scale-up of the entire hydrogen value chain, from planning to production and end use.

With our range of advisory, monitoring, verification and certification services, full-scale testing facilities, and expertise across the energy and maritime industries, we are in a unique position to help investors, developers, asset owners and governments make hydrogen a safe, affordable, and clean feedstock and energy carrier.

To make sure you get a chance to connect with our experts, feel free to schedule a meeting by filling in the form below.

Join our sessions at the conference

  • PtX for deep decarbonization, from the DNV Energy Transition Outlook, June 15th at 09:00 by Magnus Killingland
  • Towards gigascale PtX – safety concepts and constraint, June 16th at 11:25 by Felix Weise

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