The production of green hydrogen will play, in almost all available scenarios, an essential role in a climate-neutral economy. Electrolyzer deployment is therefore expected to expand rapidly in the coming years and decades.
The need for technology exchange is of crucial importance to support advances in this industry and to ensure the maximum efficiency of new-build production facilities.
The Hydrogen Tech Exhibition and Conference in 2023 will deliver a platform for all participants in the global hydrogen production supply chain, thereby facilitating knowledge transfer, networking, and the development of a safe, efficient and sustainable energy supply for future generations.
Moreover, the Green Steel World Expo & Conference 2023 will be co-hosted with Hydrogen Tech World Expo & Conference 2023, a sister event that puts the spotlight on the huge potential of hydrogen as an energy carrier in a carbon-free society.
Held in Essen, the Hydrogen Tech Exhibition and Conference Conference and Exhibition will focus primarily on the technology used in green hydrogen production, storage and transport.
Key topics therefore include:
On April 4-5 2023, the Messe Essen Expo Center will welcome a global audience united by a keen interest in hydrogen production technologies.
Essen – at the heart of Germany’s ‘Hydrogen Valley’.
Worldwide, governments and industries alike are embracing green hydrogen as a keystone for the energy transition. Nowhere is this more evident than in the Ruhr area of Germany. Long known as the industrial heartland of Germany, the Ruhr region is now also home to a rapidly expanding hydrogen economy and infrastructure which enjoys the support of local and national government.
Many leading companies are actively involved in developing the hydrogen sector within this region. For example, energy company STEAG, steel producer thyssenkrupp Steel and electrolysis experts thyssenkrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers have joined forces to provide green hydrogen and oxygen for steel production.
And no fewer than eight companies and institutions are working on a cross-sectoral development plan for hydrogen infrastructure and production in the Ruhr region. Their common vision is not just for the Ruhr area to become a spearhead in the energy transformation, but also to demonstrate and promote a transition that is fast, connected and sustainable.
Located in the heart of Germany’s ‘Hydrogen Valley’, the city of Essen is therefore the perfect venue for the Hydrogen Tech World Exhibition and Conference. The show will function as a meeting point for the many and diverse companies in the immediate vicinity involved with hydrogen. For example, companies using hydrogen to power industrial processes, making hydrogen via electrolysis, storing and transporting hydrogen, etc. Not to mention the great number of manufacturers that provide all the necessary equipment – pumps, valves, electrolyser stacks, heat exchangers, coolers, tanks, pipes, actuators, etc, required throughout the burgeoning hydrogen sector.
Hardly any other German city has undergone such a development over the centuries as Essen: from a medieval settlement with a monastery to one of the world’s most important centres of the coal and steel industry to a modern metropolis in which globally active companies from the fields of administration, health, trade and services have found their home.