LCI-TPC workshop on hydrogen solutions
The ECCT’s Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) jointly arranged the second in a series of workshops with Taiwan Power Company (TPC) on the topic: “Advanced hydrogen technologies & applications”. A total of 258 people, including 203 from the TPC and 55 from the LCI tuned in for the online event. Read the full event report here.
The online workshop was opened with remarks by Dr Chung Nien-mien, General Manager, Taiwan Power Research Institute (TPRI) at TPC (台電綜合研究所所長 鍾年勉), Lee Jiun-li, Deputy Director-General of the Bureau of Energy (BOE) under the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA 經濟部能源局副局長 李君禮) and Jennifer Wang, representing the LCI Steering Committee (歐洲商會-低碳倡議行動指導委員 王秀雲).
The workshop was moderated by LCI Director Sammy Su and featured speakers from three ECCT LCI member companies: Air Liquide, Ørsted, TÜV Rheinland and a fourth presentation by a representative from IHI Japan, which was invited by ECCT member, Jera. Each presentation was followed by a Q&A session.
Olivier Blachier, APAC Vice President of Energy Transition and Hydrogen Energy for Air Liquide, gave a presentation on the topic “Energy transformation through hydrogen energy carriers”.
Andrew Ho, Head of Government and Regulatory Affairs, for Ørsted’s APAC region, gave a presentation on the topic “Renewable hydrogen – Policy development journey in Europe.”
Koichi Tamaru Chairman and CEO of Jera spoke about how his company is cooperating with IHI. He then handed over to Ryo Hanaoka, Manager of the R&D Department, Engineering Center, Carbon Business Unit and Energy and Environment Business Area of IHI Japan, to give a presentation on the topic of ammonia gas turbine co-generation technology for coal fired boilers.
Andrew HC Kao, General Manager, Energy & Environment Industrial Services & Cybersecurity Greater China for TÜV Rheinland Taiwan (德國萊因總經理 高鴻鈞) gave a presentation on the topic of process safety solutions for hydrogen production, transportation, and storage.