Low Carbon - Wind op Zee

Energy Dialogue Seminar

The main topic of the Energy Dialogue Seminar is Energy Transition. Energy Transition meaning: the development and deployment of Low and Zero Carbon resources. It is a popular item on the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) that fuel the emission goals under the Paris Agreement.

This seminar will highlight some of the key players in the field of Energy Transition in the Netherlands and China. These include front-runners in areas from Low Carbon power generation to energy storage to industrial end consumers of green energy.

Details of the seminar (please note, this is subject to change)

Date: To be decided (tentatively end of June)
Location: On-line (zoom) and on-site (Shanghai)
Theme: Energy Transition
Topics: Electrification of Industries, Battery technology, Hydrogen, Off-shore power generation
Audience: Will be able to choose to attend only one session or both sessions

Program (preliminary)

  • Official opening
  • Parallel session Water: Hydrogen & Offshore
  • Parallel session Electricity: Electrification of Industries & Battery technology
  • Round-table discussion
  • Drinks and matchmaking (in Shanghai)

Confirmed speakers

Eric Appelman, CTO, Brightlands Chemelot Campus

The chemical industry is a large emitter of CO2 and a lot of that is produced by heating for high-temperature processes. Electricity is a very suitable alternative to provide this heat and has the potential to do so in a carbon neutral way, when generated in a renewable fashion. At Brightlands Chemelot Campus we foster such heating technologies to ensure a sustainable future of the chemical industry.

Innovation excellence in new materials and applications at the Brightlands Chemelot Campus