Hydrogen Outlook webinar recording

By Jack Burke19 November 2021

Speakers included Tifenn Brandily, Senior Associate at BloombergNEF; Marko Dekena - Executive Vice President Global Sales, Product Management & Project Execution for INNIO Jenbacher; Peter Hoeflich is the Director of Generation Technology in Duke Energy’s Generation and Transmission Strategy Organization. In his role, he evaluates emerging generation and long duration storage technologies; and Thomas Koeppe, Head of Business Development and Innovation at Siemens Energy.

Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide hosted a webinar on both the economic and technical realities of implementing hydrogen as a tool for decarbonization.

The Hydrogen Outlook webinar included participants who have deep practical insights into the use of hydrogen as a fuel.

With the ongoing effort to decarbonize energy, hydrogen is seen as an attractive alternative to hydrocarbon energy sources. But there are technical and economic challenges that must be addressed before hydrogen can become a widespread solution.

The speakers were:

  • Tifenn Brandily, Senior Associate at BloombergNEF
  • Marko Dekena - Executive Vice President Global Sales, Product Management & Project Execution for INNIO Jenbacher
  • Peter Hoeflich is the Director of Generation Technology in Duke Energy’s Generation and Transmission Strategy Organization. In his role, he evaluates emerging generation and long duration storage technologies.
  • Thomas Koeppe, Head of Business Development and Innovation at Siemens Energy.
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