Julia Seitz completed her master's degree in environmental sciences with focus on climate-change-impacts at the University of Freiburg, Germany. After graduation, she worked at the Nature Conservation Center and at a climate protection association in Freiburg. At Fraunhofer ISE, she began working in the division of hydrogen technologies in 2020. In the divison, about 150 scientists, engineers and students conduct research in low temperature polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) electrolysis and fuel cell systems, as well as in thermochemical processing of hydrogen for the production of synthetic fuels and chemicals. Julia Seitz is the personal assistant and research associate to the division director Prof. Christopher Hebling. She advises and supports him in all matters, but also represents his topics and helps with scientific work.
10:30 am - 10:40 am
Green Hydrogen is on its way to become a global commodity. Depending on where it is produced and where it is consumed, different hydrogen vectors like gaseous hydrogen in pipelines, ammonia, e-fuels, … will be used that differ strongly in their properties to provide energy services. The different geographies will select their vector depending on infrastructure and storage needs. The session provides a snapshot on specific examples at various development stages from 3 continents.