With the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow postponed until November 2021, Energy Voice are bringing together some of the leading voices in the energy transition debate in a brand new virtual summit.
Over the course of four separate sessions our panellists will present their visions for the transition and exchange ideas with our audience in facilitated Q&A and networking.
The future of hydrogen as an energy carrier is wrapped up with the future of natural gas, renewable energy and carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Societies globally are aligning on the need to act faster to fight climate change. Over the past few years, nations including the UK have committed to net zero targets for carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, and major oil and gas companies including Shell, BP, Eni, Equinor, Total and Chrysaor have committed to reducing, offsetting or eliminating their emissions.
Hydrogen has surged up the priority list at many oil and gas organizations as part of broader decarbonization efforts and strategies to build or acquire clean-energy businesses.
However, there is no single path to decarbonising the worlds growing energy demands. It will be a complex process with multiple solutions needed in parallel.
We will discuss in our presentation and hopefully during a lively panel discussion, how a coordinated approach is required and how the path from grey to green hydrogen could look with policy paving the way.