A Successful Ecosystem for Green Hydrogen


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This H2 View hydrogen summit is dedicated to dissecting the ecosystem requirements to truly realise a green hydrogen-fuelled future across industries, transport, and society. This event will tackle all sides of the energy ecosystem, from wind and solar power requirements to additionality, water sustainability, electrolyser technologies, and investment and policy climate.

It’s becoming clear that the entire ecosystem for green hydrogen requires alignment. Hydrogen’s potential, performance, and safety are proven. Green hydrogen is widely accepted as a core pathway to Net Zero. Yet the key levers in this transition are not yet in-sync.

The technology is ready yet requires scaling. Infrastructure build-out is in desperate need of the appropriate policy and permitting frameworks that will also finally unlock the bottleneck of investments still to pass FID status. Additionality in renewables is critical – raising questions over sufficient wind and solar power capacities.

Is wind power currently going to waste with constrained payment programs?

Is the required solar power capacity available?

And what can we learn from both of these markets and how they were realised with policy and investment at the turn of the century?

Other questions continue to surface, from water resources and security to the role of CCUS and blue hydrogen.

If much of the discussion in 2022 concerned blue versus green hydrogen, current and future cost projections, and the need to fast-track the energy transition in the face of geopolitical crises, then the emphasis now has to be on a joined-up ecosystem, accelerating in unison and realising its leveraged and latent potential.

Join H2 View in London, one of the foremost investment capitals of the world, for a 1.5-day event devoted to thought leadership, insights, and actionable takeaways in the green hydrogen ecosystem, combined with the connections and networking to deliver against those objectives.


22nd - 23 May 2023


The Make Hydrogen Happen Panel

3.00pm - 5.00pm

Networking Welcome Reception

6.00pm - 10.00pm


Opening Keynote

Session 1
Plugging in the Ecosystem

Session 2
Electrolysers: The Missing Link

Session 3
The Policy & Investment Climate


Dr Michaela Kendall

CEO and UK Hydrogen Champion at Mission Innovation (BEIS)


Karina Kocha

Business Intelligence Manager


Celia Greaves

CEO and Founder

UK Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association

Ravin Mirchandani

Executive Chairman

Ador Group

Martina Wettin

Market / PR Director /Partner Nilsson Energy

Nilsson Energy AB

Dr. David Hart



Arthur Daemers

Policy Advisor

SolarPower Europe

Matthew Knight

Head of Market and Government Affairs

Siemens Energy

Jon Harman

Technology Delivery Director


Thorsten Herbert

Director of Market Development and Public Affairs


Bjørn Simonsen


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The Science Museum, London

Venue Details

The event will take place in Illuminate, which is a progressive award-winning venue within the Science Museum. Designed to both anticipate and surpass the needs of guests! Among the unique features of this new space is a panoramic window on Level 5, offering stunning views of the London skyline.


The The Science Museum, London can be reached conveniently by car, train, bus, or plane. Check below to find out more.

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By Car

The Science Museum does not have car parking facilities, and local parking is very limited. The nearest pay and display car park is Prince Consort Road and Queen’s Gate.

By Train/Bus

The nearest tube station is South Kensington. This is on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines and is a 5-minute walk from the museum.

Gloucester Road tube station is also on the District, Circle and Piccadilly lines and is a 15-minute walk from the museum.

By Plane

London is incredibly well connected, with six airports serving the city: London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, Luton Stansted and London Southend.

The Heathrow Express provides a direct rail link from all of Heathrow’s terminals into London Paddington in just 15 minutes. Trains run every 15 minutes.

The Gatwick Express trains also depart from the airport terminals every 15 minutes and take 30 minutes to reach London Victoria Railway Station.


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