The shift towards decarbonisation is one of the most pressing challenges of our time, and the power sector plays a critical role in achieving this goal.
The use of green hydrogen, produced from renewable sources, is emerging as a promising solution for decarbonising power generation, as it enables the integration of intermittent renewable energy sources into the grid, facilitates energy storage, and supports the decarbonisation of hard-to-abate sectors such as industry and transport.
In this webinar, we will explore the opportunities and challenges of power sector decarbonisation with green hydrogen and showcase examples of successful projects and initiatives. In particular, the panel will look at emerging and frontier technology that will enable the wider deployment and reap the benefits of green hydrogen. Our panel of experts will discuss the technical, economic, and policy aspects of green hydrogen deployment, and share insights on how to overcome the barriers to its adoption. It is targeted at professionals and stakeholders in the energy sector, including policymakers, regulators, utilities, developers, investors, and researchers, who are interested in learning more about the opportunities and challenges of power sector decarbonisation with green hydrogen.
Date: 28 March 2023, Tuesday
Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm (Singapore Time / UTC +8)
Prof. Tatsuoki Kono, Professor, Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo
Jian-An Lim, Senior Manager, Project Development, New Energy, Keppel Infrastructure
Jian-An is part of Keppel Infrastructure’s New Energy team which is committed to providing sustainable decarbonization solutions for its customers. These include low-carbon H2/NH3, CCUS amongst others. Prior to joining Keppel Infrastructure, Jian-An spent several years with industrial gas leader, Linde Gas, in various commercial and BD roles in Singapore and the region including Linde Gas’s then largest US$1.4B gasification investment in Singapore. Prior to Linde Gas, Jian-An spent several years in the Singapore Government with JTC Corporation which fuels the success of the Energy and Chemicals sector in Singapore.
Tulika Raj, CEO, SunGreenH2
Tulika is an experienced commercial leader who has led $2B worth of transactions including fundraising and large project investments. She has hands-on experience of developing and growing renewable energy companies, coupled with more than 10 years of experience in clean energy investments (from solar to wind developers at growth to exit stages), at major energy companies and renewable funds.
Peter Morrison, Senior Digital Science Lead at BP
Peter is the senior digital science lead in the asia-pacific region for integrated energy company BP, he is part of a group charged with thought leadership, technology scouting and research, with a mission to bring frontier digital technology to BP. This wide remit covers businesses in trading, shipping, hydrogen, wind, undersea operations, geophysics, and more, with connections to the bp incubation and ventures pipelines. Peter's background is in software engineering, which he has pursued in several countries and at several investment banks and trading organisations.