Over two days, the Summit will convene Government representatives, hydrogen and energy stakeholders, service providers, and end-users with the hope of identifying opportunities and to gain insight into the latest projects and policy developments in the region.

Designed to facilitate alliances between industry and Government through interactive panels, project spotlights, and multiple roundtable debates, the two days will see 10 sessions discussing new technology, policy, supply chains, standard, and much more.

Following the recent signing of the Inflation Reduction Act, as well as the US DOE opening applications for the $7bn regional clean hydrogen hub funding programme, the US has seemingly cemented the key role that hydrogen will play in its energy transition.

Read more: Win for hydrogen in the US – Inflation Reduction Act to become law

Read more: US DOE opens applications for $7bn hydrogen hub funding programme and unveils draft hydrogen strategy

The Summit will hear from the likes of Jennifer Granholm, US Secretary of Energy; Seifi Ghasemi, Chairman, President, and CEO of Air Products; Tomeka McLeod, Vice-President Hydrogen US at bp; and Jon André Løkke, President of Hydrogen Europe.


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For more information on the event Summit programme or how to attend virtually or in-person, visit here.