Efforts to decarbonize are multifaceted, covering a portfolio that includes renewables, carbon capture, electrification, batteries and energy storage. Hydrogen cuts across all these options, and includes an expanding color palette ranging from gray to blue to green to turquoise to yellow, with each color denoting a different conversion technology utilizing different feedstocks. Indeed, the promise of hydrogen as a primary fuel of the future is gaining traction, as it has the potential to reshape the way hydrocarbons are transformed for both energy and new carbon-based material inputs as well as how renewables can be connected to heavy industrial and transportation applications. At this webinar, experts discussed the reenvisioning of hydrogen markets as an integral part of energy transitions.
This webinar was sponsored by the Baker Institute Center for Energy Studies and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group. Follow @CES_Baker_Inst on Twitter or LinkedIn, and join the conversation online with #BakerEnergy.
9:00 a.m. — Presentation
9:45 a.m. — Q&A
Dolf Gielen, Ph.D.
Director, IRENA Innovation and Technology Center
Carlos Ospina Ruiz
Manager, O&PD, Onsite (Americas), Linde Gas
Vice President, New Business Development, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America
Kenneth B. Medlock III, Ph.D.
James A. Baker, III, and Susan G. Baker Fellow in Energy and Resource Economics; Senior Director, Center for Energy Studies, Baker Institute