Power-to-X technologies are at the top of the best bets on how energy forms can be linked in the future and could potentially be the springboard to a brand new energy adventure, which in turn can place Denmark in the same pioneering position in the world as has been the case with offshore wind in recent years.
Together with Brintbranchen, GreenLab Skive and Brande Brint, Poul Schmith invites you to a seminar on 1/9 2021 on what the hydrogen industry’s primary regulatory challenges are and related issues. GreenLab Washer and Brande Hydrogen are part of the ‘regulatory free zone’ with their Power-to-X projects. Brande Brint has the production and storage of hydrogen by alkaline electrolysis of electricity from wind turbines, independent of the power grid (‘Island mode”) and GreenLab Skrive has the production and storage of hydrogen and methanol at a methanol and electrolysis plant that utilizes electricity from a locally combined wind and solar power plant. Both projects will share their experiences and perspectives on regulatory challenges.
15.30 – 15.40: Introduction and welcome
by Line Berg Madsen, partner, Poul Schmith and Klint Klingberg-Jensen, partner, Poul Schmith
15.40 – 16.00: The market for Power-to-X and the biggest barriers to a rapid transformation
by Tejs Lausten Jensen, CEO, Hydrogen Industry
16.00 – 16.20: Related challenges of a regulatory nature – Brande Brint’s perspective and experience
by Mikkel Serup, Specialist Project Manager and Henrik Bach Mortensen, Senior Business Analyst, Brande Brint
16.20 – 16.40: Related challenges of a regulatory nature – GreenLab Skive’s perspective and experience
by Christopher Sorensen, CEO, GreenLab Skive
16.40 – 17.00: Hotspots for regulatory topics in the upcoming Power-to-X projects
by Kim Christian Højmark, lawyer, Poul Schmith
17.10 – 17.30: Questions and debate
by Line Berg Madsen, partner, Poul Schmith
17.30 – 18.30: Tapas, wine, and networking
The seminar is targeted at legal, commercial, and technical advisors as well as other players in the energy industry.
PARTICIPATION IS FREE OF CHARGE.