EHEC 2022 Program

08:30 - 09:00


09:00 - 10:00

Conference Opening

11:00 - 12:30

PLENARY SESSION 1: Renewable energies and green hydrogen

Sponsored by Repsol S.A
13:00 - 14:00

Parallel Session 1

15:30 - 17:30

Parallel Session 2

18:00 - 20:00

Parallel Session 3

09:00 - 11:00

PLENARY SESSION 2: Towards the hydrogen economy. Where we are. What we need.

11:30 - 13:30

PLENARY SESSION 3: Hydrogen mobility

Sponsored by Redexis, S.A
15:00 - 17:00

Parallel Session 3

17:30 - 19:30

Parallel Session 4

21:00 - 23:00

Gala Cocktail

Sponsored by Repsol S.A
09:00 - 11:00

PLENARY SESSION 4: Hydrogen strategies around the world

11:30 - 13:30

Parallel Session 6

Plenary Sessions

PLENARY SESSION 1: Renewable energies and green hydrogen
Wednesday 18th | 10.30 - 12.30

High-level representatives from top green hydrogen production companies will present their unique solutions and latest projects, discussing the great potential of this energy vector. Both for the integration of intermittent sources of energy towards a 100% carbon-free energy system and to decarbonize current processes that consume non-renewable hydrogen. This plenary session is sponsored by Repsol Global S.A.

MR JUAN ABASCAL HEREDERO | Executive Director of Industrial Transformation and Circular Economy - Repsol



ANTÓN MARTINEZ | Director of Renewable Gases and Services – Enagás

MR MILLÁN GARCÍA-TOLA | Global Director for Green Hydrogen - Iberdrola S.A

PLENARY SESSION 2: Towards the Hydrogen economy. Where we are. What we need
Thursday 19th | 09.00 - 11.00

A hydrogen ecosystem requires scientific excellence, industrial leadership, market development and territorial impact. The state of the art and next steps needed for hydrogen production, logistics, end-uses, and transversal activities will be analysed by distinguished international organizations and entities.

MR NOÉ VAN HULST | Chair - International Partnership of Hydrogen & Fuel Cells in the Economy (IPHE)

MR DANIEL FRAILE | Chief Policy Officer - Hydrogen Europe

DR. UTE COLLIER | Deputy Director – Knowledge, Policy and, Finance Centre -International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

MR. BURNO ESGALHADO | Partner – Mckinsey & Company

MR JOSÉ MIGUEL BERMÚDEZ | Energy analyst, Hydrogen and alternative Fuels - International Energy Agency (IEA)

PLENARY SESSION 3: Hydrogen Mobility
Thursday 19th | 11.30 - 13.30

Transport and mobility applications are crucial for large-scale hydrogen deployment. Cost-competitive infrastructure development for both heavy and light-duty transport in distribution and storage levels will be discussed. This session will count on the appreciated participation of leading mobility and infrastructure companies worldwide that will present their views and projects on hydrogen implementation towards transport decarbonization.

MR MIGUEL MAYRATA | Manager of Business Diversification - REDEXIS

MR JAIME BORREL | Director Business Development & Public Affairs at Alstom Spain & Portugal - ALSTOM

DR. STEPHAN HERBST | Technical Head Powertrain Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Business Unit  - TOYOTA

MR. RONALD GRAMAN | VP Global Fuel Cooperation


MRS. SUSANA CARBALLO Head of RFE (Rear, Fuselage, and Empennage) Airframe Engineering - AIRBUS

MR DANIEL LORENZETTO Onsite & Green H2 Business Development Director - Carburos Metálicos

PLENARY SESSION 4: Hydrogen strategies around the world
Friday 20th | 09.00 - 11.00

Hydrogen strategies at national and regional levels are increasing at an exponential rate. Representatives from leading countries on hydrogen development will discuss their goals, ambitions, and approach, as well as their take on the rapidly evolving international hydrogen scene.

MR DIEGO MESA | Ministro - Ministerio de Energía y Minas de Colombia

DR NAK-HYUN KWON | General Director - Business Coordination Center, H2Korea, South Korea

MR JIN YAMAGUCHI | Director Principal, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Department, Agency for Natural Resources and Energy, METI, JAPAN

MRS ANA MARÍA RUZ | Green Hydrogen Specialist, Chilean Economic Development Agency, CORFO, CHILE

MARÍA PAZ DE LA CRUZ | CEO - Chilean Hydrogen Association (H2 CHILE)

Parallel & Poster presentations

Oral presentations will be scheduled along 6 Parallel Sessions, with presentations running simultaneously in several rooms. The preliminary Parallel Sessions timetable is available here.

  • Information for speakers


    • Store all your files in a unique folder, especially videos (make sure videos play automatically when the slide is displayed). 16/9 slides format is recommended.

    • Mac users: please don’t forget to bring your adaptor.

    • Bring your file (ppt and pdf format) in a USB to the Speakers’ Room located on the 1st Floor of the Building where Parallel Sessions (8) will be held. For the exact location, please see below.

    Speakers’ Room

    • Please, bring your presentation the day before or at least 2 hours before your lecture.

    • Our technicians will transfer your presentation to a server. We encourage you to confirm on the technician’s computer that the ppt is correctly displayed.

    Lecture Room

    • Your presentation will be transferred and available in your lecture room, on a presentation computer operated by a technician. There will be no possibility to connect your laptop.

    • It won’t be possible to make any changes in the presentation once you are in the Lecture’s room.

    • Oral presentations will last 15 minutes. There will be an additional 5 minutes for discussion and Q&A. It is important to adjust to the time limits.

  • Poster guidelines
    • Poster orientation: PORTRAIT
    • Poster measurements:
      • Width: 90 cm.
      • Height: 146 cm.

    Authors are responsible for bringing and placing their printed posters to the event. Material to affix the posters to the poster wall will be provided. 

    We strongly encourage presenters to mount their posters as soon as they register. Posters will be on display at EHEC 2022 from Wednesday 18th in the morning and should be removed no later than Friday 20th in the morning.

    There will be four Poster Sessions (Wednesday 18th, 10.00-10.30h, and 17.30-18.00h; Thursday 19th, 11.00-11.30h, and 17.00-17:30h), where poster authors are requested to stand close to their posters to explain their communication. 

    Posters have been identified by a specific Poster Code (different from the abstract code) which can be found in the program of the conference. This Poster Code will be indicated on each poster wall at the venue (e.g. P13).

  • Tips for designing a poster

    If it is the first time you confront a scientific and technical poster design or if you have any doubts about it, here you have some tips to consider: 

    • Poster layout design:
      • Title, authors, and affiliation
      • Purpose or Objectives or Introduction
      • Methods
      • Results or Findings
      • Discussion
      • Summary or Conclusions
      • Acknowledgments
    • Use bold typefaces to emphasize the title of the poster to enable a legible reading from a distance of 2–3 meters.
    • Use charts, pictures, and photographs to portray information and make the poster more attractive to readers.
    • Handouts can be distributed to provide extra information to delegates and promote your work.

Bringing the latest breakthroughs in hydrogen technologies & strategies

In the path towards climate neutrality by 2050, many technologies will need to step up to decrease CO2 emissions. Amongst them stands hydrogen. As a transversal energy carrier and a highly valued feedstock in industry, hydrogen has the potential to decarbonize multiple sectors in our economy.

The European Hydrogen Strategy, published in July 2020, states that the development and implementation of clean and sustainable solutions based on hydrogen technologies in the following years will be crucial to achieving climate-neutrality goals in Europe.

Spain has committed to European guidelines by setting ambitious objectives for 2030 on its Spanish Hydrogen Roadmap, approved in October 2020. Targets such as 4 GW installed electrolysis power (10 % of Europe’s objective), 25 % of renewable hydrogen consumption in industry, and the deployment of 5000-7000 HDT and LDT based on hydrogen by 2030 anticipate a major development in the Spanish hydrogen value chain in the upcoming years. To support this, the Spanish government has recently allocated 1.5 billion euros to green hydrogen projects until 2023 through the Strategic Project for the Recovery and Economic Transformation (PRTE), relying on its leading renewable energy potential, to become a key player for green hydrogen in Europe.

This edition of the European Hydrogen Energy Conference is set at a critical time for the fast-growing clean hydrogen industry worldwide, together with an increasingly growing united common willingness to reach carbon neutrality. EHEC 2022 aims to become a gathering place for worldwide experts to discuss the best course of action for hydrogen technologies to achieve their full potential.

EHEC 2022 will bring the latest breakthroughs in the research and business sector to a worldwide audience, showcasing cutting-edge hydrogen and fuel cell science a technology. The Conference will shelter plenary sessions on the most relevant aspects of worldwide strategies and technological developments, parallel sessions to present leading research breakthroughs, and poster presentations on cutting-edge research topics. Clustering technical, scientific, commercial, and business aspects. Check out the different sessions and download EHEC 2022 brochure below.

Do not miss the opportunity to be part of the change & sign in to participate in the EHEC 2022!

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