Thank You to All Participants, Speakers, Sponsors, Exhibitors & Supporters of the 2nd World Hydrogen Summit
The 2nd World Hydrogen Summit, held in partnership with the City of Rotterdam & Port of Rotterdam, took place virtually on 9-11 March 2021.
The Summit gathered international hydrogen leaders from across the value chain for 3 action-packed days of insight-sharing, relationship-building and deal-making, continuing the momentum and driving the industry forward.
The World Hydrogen Awards were celebrated as part of the Summit’s first day, recognising 6 winners in different categories for their contribution to the hydrogen industry.
We look forward to welcoming you to the next edition in May 2022 which will feature a world-class exhibition taking place at the World Trade Center in the heart of Rotterdam. Get in touch to discuss your participation!
In the meantime, you can join us on social media to continue the conversation – #WorldHydrogenSummit on Twitter and Linkedin – and drive collaboration in policy, projects and strategies to bring forward a #HydrogenEconomy and achieve our #NetZero goals.
Watch the 2nd World Hydrogen Event Highlights Video
Highlights from the 2021 Virtual Summit
- The potential for blue or even “teal” hydrogen as a transition fuel is not to be ignored in the quest for commercial green hydrogen
- Hydrogen’s ongoing studies evaluating compatibility with existing infrastructure such as pipelines could mean more economic distribution
- Australian States promise high quality affordable hydrogen exports that will extend beyond North East Asian consumers to global industrial hubs
- NEOM, the biggest hydrogen and ammonia plant to date, plans to go live in 2025
- New momentum behind scaling up hydrogen production and potential efforts to synchronise demand with carbon pricing policy in Europe
- Japan embraces Hydrogen for its mobility sector with active residential fuel cells, vehicles and refuelling stations
- Canadian regional governments follow up the national strategy with provincial road maps to hydrogen futures
- The USA catches up in accelerate appetite to reach Gigawatt scale and new net zero goal for 2050
- Chile beats pricing forecasts as green hydrogen exporting beacon for Latin America
- European Commission expects to reach 40 GW by 2030 and hopes for scaled up Hydrogen derived synthetic fuels operation in hard to abate sectors by 2050