Solar & Hydrogen Project Session Fokus EU II - Next Steps

Wednesday, June 19, 2024

03:00 pm - 04:00 pm
Messe München
Hall B2, Booth B2.550

This session presents realised projects in Europe where hydrogen is produced from renewables and how the obstacles have been overcome

03:00 pm - 03:20 pmUtilizing Green Electricity and Storing Hydrogen - Integrated Salt Cavern Projects

Henning Uck

Strategic Project Manager


03:20 pm - 03:40 pmEconomics of Hybrid Hydrogen Plants as Part of the Kraftwerksstrategie

Max Fydrich


Aurora Energy Research

03:40 pm - 04:00 pmThe H2 Valley Roadmap and the new H3 Valleys Facility

Markus Kaufmann


Roland Berger

Henning Uck, GP JOULE GmbH

Strategic Project Manager


After completing his studies in Energy and Environmental Management in Flensburg, Henning Uck spent several years working as a corporate advisor in the area of strategy and business model development, for example with companies in the energy sector. He has been working at GP JOULE HYDROGEN as a Strategic Project Manager since December 2022, focusing on future business areas in the hydrogen sector. As part of his duties, he works on identifying new hydrogen customers, the storage of hydrogen in salt caverns and the necessary regulatory condition

Markus Kaufmann, Roland Berger



Markus Kaufmann is a Principal in Roland Berger's Hamburg Office. For the past 10 years, he has been working on clen hydrogen as part of Roland Berger's growing cross-functional expert team in the field. He advises clients from the public and private sector around the world on strategic projects along the entire hydrogen value chain, with a particular focus on developing integrated clean hydrogen investment projects, supporting the entry of new players into the market and advancing the industrialization of critical supply chains such as electrolyzers. Markus has co-published numerous studies on hydrogen and fuel cells; his academic background is in business administration (University of Mannheim) and international affairs (Sciences Po Paris).

Max Fydrich, Aurora Energy Research



Max works as an Associate in Aurora's Research team. His expertise is the long-term outlook on the German power market, economics of renewables, and energy policy & support schemes, with 5 years of experience in energy modelling and 4 years in power market consulting. Prior to joining Aurora, Max worked for the Institute of Energy Economics at the University of Stuttgart. Max holds an MSc degree in industrial engineering from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

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