Just over 1 week to unite with 3,000 hydrogen professionals in Rotterdam at World Hydrogen Week - Passes are limited!
Join us next month at THE global event where the hydrogen world comes to do business, to drive forward the transition of clean and sustainable energy at the 4th annual World Hydrogen Congress and World Hydrogen Intelligence Day.
World Hydrogen Week [WHW] is the epicentre for innovation within the hydrogen industry, and your chance to connect with over 3,000 senior hydrogen pioneers across 5 days of premium content and unrivalled networking. Make sure you’re in attendance as we accelerate hydrogen projects up to and beyond final investment decision.
Focused insights on the opportunities, markets, supply chains and end use applications within hydrogen derivatives are available at World Hydrogen Congress and World Hydrogen Intelligence Day sessions:
Join the largest global hydrogen collaborative next month in Rotterdam driving the innovation, commercialisation and widespread integration of hydrogen to achieve net-zero targets. Hone skills, learn, debate and network with industry leaders as you expand your hydrogen knowledge across the value chain and from different global regions.
World Hydrogen Week is your opportunity to make extensive connections and partnerships to support your business's hydrogen journey.
View the full agendas for all four events taking place at World Hydrogen Week, packed with 60 hours of pioneering content
Learn from over 350 of the industry's most recognised trailblazers supporting you and your hydrogen business plans
Join a global community of over 3,000 hydrogen pioneers who are driving forward the transition to clean energy.
Continue conversations over dinner and drinks at Rodizio Brazilian Grill, Rotterdam. *Limited places and booking required*
Tour the green technologies aboard a sustainably future-proofed ship. *Limited places and booking required*
Make new connections at daily networking drinks receptions at Mainport and Café in the City. *Free for attendees*
In recent years, the global energy landscape has shifted towards sustainability and decarbonisation, with hydrogen emerging as a promising solution to reduce emissions in various industries.
This market report explores the potential of derivatives like renewable ammonia and methanol in catalyzing decarbonisation in the chemical and fertilizer sectors, particularly in hydrogen transportation. Additionally, the report includes case studies showcasing the feasibility of using hydrogen, ammonia, and methanol as propulsion fuels, highlighting their diverse roles in the evolving energy landscape.
Green hydrogen is gaining momentum as a vital tool in combating climate change and advancing cleaner energy. With 1,000+ global projects proposed and 795 slated for operation by 2030, the industry demands significant investment.
To meet the surge in demand and ensure effective hydrogen network deployment, this report highlights the pressing need to address the hydrogen skills gap. Innovative training initiatives play a pivotal role in bridging this gap and fostering a robust labor market capable of navigating local, national, and international hydrogen networks successfully.
One of the next biggest challenges to the hydrogen energy transition is talent and workforce. But with challenge comes opportunity. Some studies anticipate over 5 million hydrogen jobs by 2050 in the EU alone. So how can we ensure hydrogen skills meet demand?
Addressing the hydrogen skills gap in this nascent industry is essential to ensure we have a labour market that can deploy local, national and international hydrogen networks. This report highlights the levels of demand for education and training, as well as the innovative initiatives addressing the skills gap.
World Hydrogen Insights
Ahead of the event this October read and watch industry news, articles, videos and opinion pieces on the most pressing aspects within the hydrogen sector.
View all the World Hydrogen Insights.
Ms Nangula Uaandja, Chief Executive of the Namibian Investment, Promotion and Development Board joins us to speak about the country's huge green hydrogen opportunity.
Uwe Kerkman, Managing Director of H2UB, gives an interview on the innovation and technology development in Europe and the work they are doing to help foster and support start ups.
Dr. Lili Lu, Head of Hydrogen Business Development at Envision Energy, is responsible for global commercialization of green power-to-X projects and establishing sales channels for green molecules.
Rafael Schmidt, Head of Business Development at Hydrogenious LOHC discusses the fast growth of the Hydrogenious LOHC group of companies and how he sees the recent industry developments for the global hydrogen transport market.
In partnership with
At World Hydrogen Week, we are committed to promoting inclusivity and diversity within the hydrogen industry. We recognise the immense contribution women leaders make and their pivotal role in driving innovation and sustainability.
Our longstanding partnership with Women in Green Hydrogen has further strengthened our commitment, and together, we proudly present a remarkable line-up of women speaker-led sessions at this year’s event.
Interactive Debate: 'Michael Liebreich’s Hydrogen Ladder update: the hydrogen usage debate'
Michael Liebreich, Chief Executive Officer, Liebreich Associates returns to World Hydrogen Congress 2023 after his stimulated fierce debate about hydrogen costs, timeframes, efficiencies, and ultimately which applications are worthy of investment.
Join him a year on, at day 2 of World Hydrogen Congress and pose your questions to the clean energy visionary as he provides an exclsuive update on his Ladder framework.