PRAXISforum Power-to-X ─ A vision moves towards application

Speakers

Dr. Tim Boeltken

"Compact and modular plants can be used NOW to decrease CO2 emissions and pave the way into a green future for mobility and chemistry."

Dr. Tim Boeltken
Managing Director
INERATEC GmbH
Karlsruhe / Germany

Martin Eckhard

"The North Sea will become Europe´s renewable energy hub in future. To use this energy for the whole continent we need the implementation of PtX by using all kinds of infrastructure (power, gas, heat, chemical). The technologies are ready regulatory is today´s obstacle."

Martin Eckhard
Coordinator of the QUARREE100-project, Funding management and consulting, Project development
Entwicklungsagentur Region Heide
Heide / Germany

Dr. Tobias Gärtner

"Integrated solutions combine advantages of different scientific areas. Electrosynthesis in combination with Biotech and Chemtech is an excellent basis for gamechanging innovation!"

Dr. Tobias Gärtner
CEO, ESy-Labs GmbH
Regensburg / Germany

Arnaud de Lhoneux

"Power-to-X is moving from a "possible scenario", to an "absolute necessity" required to fulfill our global climate objectives."

Arnaud de Lhoneux
Regional Business Development Manager
Hydrogenics Europe
Oevel / Belgium

 

Peter Müller-Baum

"P2X is a key technology that can make an important contribution to climate neutrality across all sectors. It offers great opportunities worldwide for the German mechanical and plant engineering industry."

Peter Müller-Baum
Managing Director Engines and Systems and CIMAC Secretary General
VDMA, Frankfurt / Germany

Dr. Dirk Nuber

"Climeworks captures CO2 from air with the world’s first commercial carbon removal technology. Power to X applications benefit from Climeworks' air-captured CO2"

Dr. Dirk Nuber
Head of Climeworks Germany GmbH
Climeworks Germany GmbH
Dresden / Germany

Stephan Schmidt

"We have available technology for synthetic gasoline. This is part of the future of mobilitiy."

Stephan Schmidt
Productmanager Fuel Synthesis
Chemieanlagenbau Chemnitz GmbH / Germany

Torsten Schwab

"PtL Synthetic Sustainable Aviation Fuels (SAF) are commonly perceived as too expensive for the time being. However, there are market niches
which may present economic viability already today."

Torsten Schwab
Project Director
GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit)
Eschborn / Germany

Dr. Martin Skov Skjøth-Rasmussen

New trends and opportunities in electrification of chemicals production

Dr. Martin Skov Skjøth-Rasmussen
Vice President R&D
HaldorTopsoe A/S
Kgs. Lyngby / Denmark

Prof. Michael Sterner

"We need a market introduction program for the core of almost all PtX-Chains, the electrolysis. Most of the technology is mature for this and we need clear market introduction and legal framework, to bring the costs down. We need to go through this learning curve to have the technology ready in MW-Scale for the time we need it."

Prof. Michael Sterner'
Professor for Energy Storage, Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg and Head of the Research Centre for Energy Networks and Energy Storage (FENES)
Regensburg / Germany

Dr. Alexander van der Made

"Our energy system will become electrified because costs of renewable energies continue to decrease. However, whereas  traditional fossil fuels offer 24/7 availability, wind and solar energy are only available intermittently. I will explore what it takes to use of cheap renewable electricity to create carbon-based fuels and chemicals with a zero-carbon footprint from water and CO2."

Dr. Alexander van der Made
Senior Principal Advisor New Energy Technologies Shell Global Solutions B.V.
Amsterdam / The Netherlands

Martin Zerta

"Inland waterway shipping has to switch to renewable fuels. PtX offers various options to reach the GHG targets."

Martin Zerta
Senior Project Manager
Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik GmbH
Ottobrunn / Germany

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