“Unlocking the barriers of hydrogen in the maritime sector: port regulations & economic viability of projects”
On the occasion of the 9th edition of the Monaco Energy Boat Challenge (4 to 9 July 2022), the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Energy Transition Mission and Yacht Club de Monaco organise the 3rd Hydrogen Working Grgoup Roundtable. This initiative brings Monegasque, French and international government and institutional stakeholders together with international hydrogen project developers to assess where we stand today and discuss hydrogen regulations in the maritime sector.
9.00am - Guests Arrival
9.20am - Opening words
Ms Annabelle Jaeger Seydoux, Director, Mission pour la Transition Energétique Monaco
Mr Florestan Fillon, Projects Officer, Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco
Mr Bernard d’Alessandri, General Secretary and Managing Director, Yacht Club de Monaco
FIRST PART: ‘’HYDROGEN IN 2022 - STATE OF AFFAIRS”
9.30am - Update on the H2 market
Mme Anne-Marie Perez, General Director of the Pôle Capenergies
09.50am - Exchanges on the construction of business models for the deployment of H2
Mr Jérémie Lagarrigue, Chief Executive Officer, EODev
Mr Adrien Zanoto, Chief Operating Officer Hydrogen Infrastructure, Hype
Ms Maud Augeai, Development Manager France, Lhyfe
10.20am - Financing of H2 projects
Keynote speech: La maturité du financement pour le déploiement de projets H2
Mr Ivan Pavlovic, Executive director and Energy transition specialist, Natixis
10.40am - Coffee break
SECOND PART : “HARMONIZE & DEVELOP H2 REGULATION IN PORTS”
11.00am - Case Study and practical tool
Ms Camille Lopez, President of HyPlug
Mobile H2 refuelling in Ports
11.15am - Overview of H2 regulations
Mr Peter Van de Graaf, Decarbonisation Manager, Lloyd’s
Mr Giorgio Gallo, Yachting Excellence Centre Head, Rina
Speaker to be announced
11.45am - Coffee Break
THIRD PART: “CASE STUDIES”
12 noon - Roundtable
Mr Jan Olaf Willums, Founder of ZEM, a Member of Norway Maritime Cleantech Cluster and Chairman of Nordic Batteries
How Norwegian maritime entreprises and clusters address regulative and commercial challenges for hydrogen as a maritime fuel.
Mr Paolo Bertetti, Vice President R&D San Lorenzo S.P.A, San Loreno S.P.A.
Methanol as a simplified H2 choice
Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Urban, Head of Development and Innovation & Marius Ehlers, Project Development Luerssen
Luerssen’s approach on its Fuel Cell powered Superyacht
Mr. Marc Rechter, Energy Transition Entrepreneur, Resilient Group
Hydrogenisation of Barcelona’s Harbour.
Mr. Jérome Giraud, Tandem
Feedback on the deployment of H2 solutions in the maritime sector - Implementation and ships supply.
12.50pm - Closing
1.00pm - Networking lunch