Fuelling the future
The event will gather global stakeholders to discuss national and international hydrogen roadmaps, with a focus on accelerating adoption and outlining commercial potential for the ocean industries. Participants will get input on the very latest innovations, developments and knowledge, highlighted by leading players and policy makers in this key energy niche. Together with a strong group of partners the programme is being tailored to deliver unique contributors, insight and value for those seeking to understand and access opportunities in this rapidly growing energy segment.
The Hydrogen Blue Talks is one of the main events at Nor-Shipping’s Ocean Now. This is a hybrid two-day event, that has been conceived to help the industry continue collaborating, sharing knowledge, showcasing innovation, and building relationships during the coronavirus pandemic. The Fuelling the Future conference is the headline event for day two, while Ocean Now’s 1 June activities are anchored by ‘The Today Show by Nor-Shipping’ – a live business chat and entertainment show – specially curated content, and coverage and build-up to Nor-Shipping 2022.
Strong foundation in collaboration
Nor-Shipping has partnerd with Hydrogenforum, H2 Cluster, NCE Maritime Cleantech, NORWEP, GCE NODE, GCE Ocean Technologies and Ocean Hyway Cluster as co-organisers. Main Nor-Shipping partners DNV and DNB are supporting the initiative, alongside main Blue Talk partners Gard and Wikborg Rein. TECO 2030 is onboard as Hydrogen Blue Talk sponsor.
Our partners are leading clusters on energy and Hydrogen in Norway and abroad, some of them with long-standing roots and competency from the oil, gas and renewable energy sectors, that are now looking to hydrogen as an important part of the energy mix.
Join us online or at Lillestrøm on 2 June for a day of unique, inspirational, international, insightful presentations and debates on the hyper current topics of hydrogen and the maritime industries.
Would you like to become a sponsor or need more information? Please contact Sidsel Norvik at [email protected] or phone +47 932 56 387