South Korea - Hydrogen market cooperation opportunities for EU companies and Korean Investors
31 Stycznia 2023, 09:00 (Wtorek)
Global decarbonization and ongoing war in Ukraine enforce even faster actions for new energy sources. All countries looking into hydrogen are I the same time building partnerships, as no one alone is able to achieve this transition.
If you wish to understand South Korean and EU hydrogen market to find cooperation and investment opportunities it is the best webinar for you.
It is also a chance for EU an Korean investors to see Polish and EU investment incentives and business support schemes for hydrogen technologies development.
- Introduction by - Piotr Maksyś, Cluster of Hydrogen Technologies, Poland
- Pomeranian Special Economic Zone - Mr. Igor Nagraba
- H2Global Project - EU perspective for hydrogen development - Ms. Agata Horwacik
- EU perspectives for H2 Market - Cristina Maggi, Director of H2IT association
- H2Korea and Korean Hydrogen Strategy - Ms. Hyejin Lee
- Polish Hydrogen Strategy - Mr. Marek Foltynowicz
- Q/A session
Short market overview:
South Korea (Korea) has set itself ambitious goals for its hydrogen economy for 2030 and beyond but is already a global leader in the transition to hydrogen: the country boasts almost half of the world's installed capacity of utility-scale stationary fuel cells and its largest automotive company, Hyundai Motor Company, has suppliedalmost 60% of the world's Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) since launching its first
commercial fuel cell vehicle in 2013. Korea is now looking to build on these strong foundations, a strategy that enjoys broad support across both the public and private sectors.
The EU strategy on hydrogen was adopted in 2020 and put forward a vision for the creation of a European hydrogen ecosystem from research and innovation to scale up production and infrastructure to an international dimension. Hydrogen is also an important part of the EU strategy for energy system integration. The strategy explored how producing and using renewable hydrogen can help decarbonise the EU economy in a cost-effective way, in line with the European Green Deal, and contribute to the post-COVID-19 economic recovery.