The smarter E Europe, the continent’s largest energy industry platform and the associations Eurogas and Hydrogen Europe have joint forces in achieving a decarbonised Europe and work together towards a sustainable energy future. The smarter E Europe unites four exhibitions and conferences including ees Europe, the largest exhibition and conference for batteries and energy storage systems in Europe.
Power-to-X technologies are on the rise and essential for the shift from fossil fuels to renewable energies. The future role of Power-to-X and how hydrogen, together with solar and wind energy, can pave the way towards successful sector coupling will be among the topics discussed at the high-class conference "Power-to-X" in Munich on May 16, 2019.
|Date||May 16, 2019|
|Location / Venue||Room 3, International Congress Center ICM, München, Germany|
|Ticket Price||€450 (Hydrogen Europe and Eurogas members receive a 25% discount)|
|Target Group||Power supply companies | Power plant operators | Grid operators | Manufacturers and suppliers of plants and components for P2X plants | Investors | Politicians|
In order to give Power-to-X the attention it deserves, the organizers of ees Europe are cooperating with the two European associations Hydrogen Europe and Eurogas. The objective of the cooperation is to support each other to achieve a decarbonized Europe and to work together towards a future powered by renewable energy. Attendees can therefore be sure to attend a high-level conference and to network with European Power-to-X experts!
Interested in speaking? Please contact Bernd Porzelius.
Special offer for Eurogas and Hydrogen Europe Members: Present your solutions for hydrogen infrastructure, power-to-gas and fuel cells at the joint pavilion in hall C2 and get access to 50.000 visitors of The smarter E Europe in Munich. More information
Renewable, synthetic energy carriers are one of the central pillars of an integrated energy transition, alongside the direct use of renewable power and temporary storage of this power in batteries. These energy sources make it possible to seasonally store excess solar and wind energy and subsequently use it in many different ways for sector coupling, be it for heat supply, transportation or industry. The key technology for this is power-to-gas (PtG), which involves using energy for electrolysis to break down water into oxygen and hydrogen. Additional synthesis processes can then be used to convert the hydrogen gas into methane – a gaseous energy source – convert it into liquid fuels or even convert it back into electrical energy. How exactly power-to-X technologies can help drive the energy transition is a topic of debate. More information