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Green Hydrogen: Time to Seize the Moment
Building Back Better Together – Canada and Europe, a virtual series under the banner of Ottawa Climate Talks and in partnership with the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Canada.

In the spirit of globalizing a green recovery, Building Back Better Together explores key insights for how the international community can build back better together post-COVID. The Roundtables bring together Canadian, German and other European experts, policy makers and business leaders to exchange insights from the current crisis and to reflect on climate action post-COVID in order to avoid a longer term catastrophe by sparking a global green recovery.

IN THIS VIRTUAL ROUNDTABLE:
A deep-dive discussion on the potential of hydrogen for enhancing and completing the transition to clean energy and the opportunities for and barriers to – including technologies, generation, storage, infrastructure and use – realizing that potential. See our recent coverage on hydrogen’s big moment for a taste of the discussion to come.

PART ONE: 11am - 12pm EST
Introductory Remarks:
Honourable Minister of Natural Resources, Seamus O’Regan

Host:
Ambassador Sabine Sparwasser (Germany)

Moderator:
Diana Fox Carney

Panel:
-Stefan Kaufmann (Commissioner, Federal Republic of Germany Green Hydrogen Strategy)
-Raffaele Piria (Senior Project Manager, Adelphi)
-Beaver Paul (Founder, SEN’TI Innovations)
-Sarah Petrevan (Policy Director, Clean Energy Canada)

PART TWO: 12pm to 1pm EST
Plug and Play Emcee: Frederik Bohn

Introduction to Plug and Play: Farzin Shadpour, VP, Plug and Play Supply Chain

Session Moderator: Marcelo Lu, President of BASF Canada

Presenters:
Hydrogenious Technologies (Germany)
Hydrogen in Motion (Canada)
Keyou (Germany)
Proof-Energy (USA)

Closing Remarks: Saeed Amidi, Plug and Play CEO

Nov 12, 2020 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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