The storage of hydrogen plays a crucial role for a functioning hydrogen economy. Underground storage in caverns or pore storage facilities have been used in the natural gas market. The utilization of these storage options for hydrogen are already being tested and implemented in various projects. H2UGS in Bad Lauchstädt is one of the major projects under the Zwanzig20 funding programme. The know-how and experience gained by the project partners should be used for further projects of this kind. Therefore, HYPOS offers its members from this project the opportunity to present their specific range of services to potential customers. The target group are all kind of stakeholders who may be interested in services related to the planning, retrofitting and implementation of gas storage caverns for hydrogen. To this end, gas storage operators, energy suppliers and large industrial companies, for which storage could also be an option, will be invited to the workshop. In order to reach international stakeholders, the dialogue will be conducted in English. Stakeholders from all over Europe will be addressed. During the three-hour webinar there will be six inputs with 15 minutes presentation and 5 minutes questions and discussion each.
The programme can be found here.
Participation in the 19th HYPOS Dialogue is free of charge. Registration will be possible until 9th October 2023 here. If you have any questions, please contact HYPOS Project & Cluster Manager Tobias Richter at email@example.com.