Opening of the ‘First Dutch’ 50 KW water electrolyser system
13 september 2019, 08:30 tot 12:30
Friday 13 September the 50 kW PEM electrolyzer test system will be revealed and started up at the Faraday Lab in Petten. Within NextGenP2H2 project, the PEM technology will be optimized in view of low cost and high performance, thus paving the way for further development of a full-scale Dutch MW PEM electrolyzer.
8:30 Transfer from AZ stadium Alkmaar from the ‘Fueling the future with renewable gases B2B matchmaking’ congress
9:00 Welcome at Research Centre ECN part of TNO in Petten
Lennart van der Burg – Business manager Hydrogen
9:15 Presentation of the ‘first Dutch’ consortium
High performance and cost effective PEM electrolyser stack technology by Hydron Energy
Sander Ten Hoopen – Director Hydron Energy
Integrating the electrolyser stack on site in a fully and safely operating green hydrogen facility.
Jordi Zonneveld – Manager Hydrogen Frames
Developing the next generation electrolyser with extended life time and flexible in operation
Frans van Berkel – Senior scientist ECN.TNO
11:00 Official start-up of operation of the 50 KW electrolyser
The role of TNO in accelerating innovation to make green hydrogen available below 2 Euro/kg
Mark Overwijk – Research Manager ECN.TNO
About the potential of Hydrogen in the energy system and the opportunities for the Dutch high tech industry
Jörg Gigler – Director TKI New Gas
11:30 Visit TNO research lab
12:30 Depart to Alkmaar or to Schiphol airport
Register to attend the kick-off:
The NextGenP2H2 kick-off is part of the B2B matchmaking event ‘Fueling the future with renewable gases’, held 12-13 September in Alkmaar. More information can be found on the conference website. Would you like to attend, please register through this link (maximum 50 people) or by personal invitation only.