This webinar will cover the recent findings of Aurora Energy Research on low-carbon hydrogen. The topics that will be addressed in this session are:
During the webinar participants can submit their questions to get them answered by the experts in the live Q&A. In addition, both the recording and the speakers' presentations are made available to all registrants after the webinar.
|Date||Tuesday, February 23, 2021|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of charge - limited participation|
|Speaker||Dilara Caglayan, Senior Associate, Aurora Energy Research Ltd.|
|Moderator||Zackes Brustik, Moderator.Coach.Creator|
|Welcome Note||Sabine Kloos, Project Manager ees Europe, Solar Promotion GmbH|
Dilara works as a product manager on hydrogen market at Aurora Energy Research. Dilara has seven years of research experience in modelling hydrogen technologies across varying scales from individual fuel cells to integration in continental energy systems. Throughout her doctoral studies conducted in RWTH Aachen University, Dilara worked on techno-economic assessments of renewable energies, hydrogen storage potential in salt caverns, and a robust fully renewable European energy system design with hydrogen infrastructure. Prior to that, she received her BSc and MSc degrees from the department of chemical engineering in Middle East Technical University.
As a moderator, Zackes Brustik specializes in formats relating to new technologies, innovations and entrepreneurship.
From developer conferences to hackathons and startup pitches to expert interviews, tech conferences, podcasts or webinars - Zackes brings a breath of fresh air to industry events, while at the same time meeting his guests on equal footing. His main concern is to create added value for the audience by not only making buzzwords understandable, but also by carving out their relevance to the given context. You can follow his personal observations on tech trends, innovations or relevant transformation topics on LinkedIn.
Sabine Kloos is a graduate in environmental protection engineering and has been working for Solar Prmotion GmbH since 2006. Since 2011, she has specialized increasingly in the field of batteries and energy storage in connection with renewable energies and has developed exhibition and conference events for these topics. From 2015, the topic of electromobility has also increasingly come into focus. Sabine Kloos is currently the project manager responsible for ees Europe, the largest exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems in Europe, and for Power2Drive Europe, the international exhibition for charging infrastructure and electromobility. These exhibitions are held annually in Munich on the innovation platform for the new energy world The smarter E Europe.