Green hydrogen is one of the largest economic opportunities over the next 30 years. Driven by international actions to combat climate change, it has the potential to revolutionize numerous value chains in the energy industry and across both mobility and manufacturing sectors. With revenues for green hydrogen projected to exceed $200 billion by 2027, diverse opportunities will open up not only for renewable projects for its production, but also to use it as a long-term energy storage technology, to replace fossil fuels for mobility, and to become a major part of manufacturing and process industries.
Major players are moving now to initiate projects and launch new green hydrogen business models:
But successfully jumping aboard a fast-moving green hydrogen play will require a thorough grounding in today’s rapidly evolving technologies and business models. Capturing these opportunities will depend on understanding the latest developments, and projecting when future tipping points will happen.
This remarkable Green Hydrogen Master Class will allow you to understand:
Live Discussion and Q&A
The curriculum has been designed to allow professionals to fully grasp today’s most important topics, including:
Live Q&A and discussion following each session
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July 20, 2021 | 8:30 AM - 2:50 PM PDT
|Session 1: The “Funnel” to a Green Hydrogen Future: How Technologies and End Uses Are Coming Together to Open Up Opportunities
|Session 2: Understanding the Current Policy Drivers and Potential Incentive Programs for Green Hydrogen Projects
|Session 3: Assessing Green Hydrogen Production Technologies, Including State-of-the-Art in Electrolyzer Technology Development
|Session 4: H2 and the Transformation of the Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Industries
|Session 5: Where to Start: Offtaker Perspectives on Initial Deployment of Green Hydrogen Projects and Programs
|Session 6: Assessing Emerging Green Hydrogen Business Models 1: Integrating Hydrogen in Wind, Solar and Hybrid Projects
|Session 7: Assessing Emerging Green Hydrogen Business Models 2: Mobility
|Session 8: Evaluating Current Infrastructure Capabilities and the Investments Needed to Support Large-scale Green Hydrogen Deployment
|Session 9: Green Hydrogen Economics—What Are the Tipping Points, and What Will the Impacts Be on Financing?
|Session 10: Office Hours: Interactive Live Zoom Session
Global Leader of the Renewable Practice
Mona Dajani, dual qualified as a lawyer in the U.S. and England and a licensed professional engineer, serves as a lead lawyer in complex acquisitions, dispositions, financing and project development transactions involving energy and infrastructure facilities in the United States and around the world. She is co-leader of the firm’s Energy and Infrastructure Projects Team and also leads the Renewable Energy practice.
Mona focuses her global practice on project finance, corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, sustainable finance, portfolio acquisitions, tax equity, construction and/or restructuring for government and private clients involving energy and infrastructure projects. In her over 20 years of practice, she has led numerous financing and acquisition/disposition and project development transactions involving solar, wind, hydrogen, hydroelectric, geothermal, biomass, waste to energy and Net Zero disruptive technology, such as connectivity, autonomous driving and e-mobility, as well as gasification, transmission lines, and oil and gas pipelines. She has substantial experience with respect to syndicated loan and debt capital markets transactions, sustainable finance, ESG, syndicated commercial bank debt, commercial paper programs, and arranging capital for new and established energy and infrastructure companies. She has represented a wide variety of commercial and public institutions, sponsors, utilities, financial institutions, underwriters, energy and clean technology companies, private equity funds, investment banks and multilateral agencies in transactions throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Global Director, Hybrid Power and Green Hydrogen
IPP Operating Agent
Director, Government Relations
Director of Hydrogen Product Line Management
MITSUBISHI POWER AMERICAS
Senior Vice President, Development
ENGIE HYDROGEN INTERNATIONAL
Associate Operations Officer
ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS
BALLARD POWER SYSTEMS INC.
Global Hydrogen Technology Leader
BLACK & VEATCH MANAGEMENT CONSULTING, LLC
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