‘Target Zero’ North Sea Hydrogen Ports and Maritime Conference : Speakers Confirmed

Written on the 2nd January, 2020

‘Target Zero’ – the Second North Sea Hydrogen Ports and Maritime Conference will be held in Brussels on 11 February 2020 and  European Policy Solutions is pleased to announce that the Conference will be supported by Nedstack, the Dutch fuel cell manufacturer.  Nedstack were similarly involved  the first North Sea Hydrogen Ports and Maritime Conference and European Policy Solutions is very grateful for their continued support. Vincent Schouten, Nedstack’s Port Applications Manager will be speaking at the Conference.

A number of speakers have confirmed their participation.  These include Alexandra Beaumont from the United Kingdom Government’s Department for Transport (DfT). Alex is Policy Lead for Maritime Technology and Clean Maritime Growth.  She will talk about the DfT’s Clean Maritime  Growth Plan that was published in July 2019 and is currently being implemented.

The development of hydrogen strategies and  activities in ports will feature prominently in the Conference and there will be presentations from a number of ports including the ports of den Helder, Amsterdam and Oostende.

Since the March Conference, there have been significant developments internationally and the most important of these include the creation of the Getting to Zero Coalition which was formed at the UN Climate Summit last September.   The establishment of the Poseidon Principles Initiative which looks at the role of private finance in low carbon shipping is also a critical move.    Carlo Raucci from the University Maritime Advisory Services (U-MAS) will discuss these developments at the Conference.

Further details about the ‘Target Zero’ Conference can be found on the Seminars section of the  European Policy Solutions website https://europeanpolicysolutions.com. Booking forms are also  available on the website.


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