15th of December 2020, 5pm CET via Zoom
Green hydrogen is enjoying a renewed and rapidly growing attention around the world. It has many possible applications across industry, transport, power, and buildings sectors. Most importantly, it does not emit CO2 and almost no air pollution when produced with renewable energies. It thus offers a solution to decarbonize industrial processes and economic sectors where reducing carbon emissions is both urgent and hard to achieve. All this makes hydrogen essential to support commitment to reach carbon neutrality by 2050 and for the global effort to implement the Paris Agreement while working towards zero pollution.
Yet, the discussions about green hydrogen are often dominated by men. We know, there are many women experts in the field of hydrogen. And we want to empower and connect these women to foster a more vivid and fruitful discussion on hydrogen and enable women empowerment in the hydrogen sector. The network Women in Green Hydrogen (WiGH) fosters knowledge exchange and discussions on empowerment focused on green hydrogen – by women, for women.
The network Women in Green Hydrogen (WiGH) fosters knowledge exchange and discussions on empowerment focused on green hydrogen – by women, for women.
Join us at our first network event
15th of December, 5 pm CET
In our first networking event, we offer an input talk by Vaitea Cowan, co-founder of Enapter, interactive networking sessions in small groups to allow for personal networking and presentation of the features of the network Women in Green Hydrogen. Preregistration possible here::
|5 pm CET
|Welcome by the Moderator
|Kathrin Goldammer, Managing Director at Reiner Lemoine Institute
|5:15 pm CET
|What we do at WiGH?
|Charlotte Hussy, Advisor at GIZ
|5:30 pm CET
|Vaitea Cowan, Enapter Co-founder
|Time to network in break-out rooms
|Interactive session for all participants
|6:15 pm CET
|Participation in WiGH
|Brittany Westlake Technical Leader at EPRI
|6:30 pm CET
Join us on 15th of December 2020 from 5 PM CET at Zoom online!