ENGIE will be at the HyVolution exhibition held at the Paris Event Center (Porte de la Villette) on 11 and 12 May 2022, where it will present, alongside its partners, the Group’s most iconic projects.
First held in 2016, HyVolution is Europe’s second largest hydrogen convention, recognised as a valuable Lab for hydrogen technology.
The convention is the opportunity for ENGIE to confirm its ambition to step up the energy transition through hydrogen – for industry, mobility, and as an energy carrier – by developing renewable hydrogen solutions on an industrial scale for regional and international markets.
Our expertise across the entire renewable hydrogen value chain – from production to end use – and our deep-rooted local presence are a unique asset to bring together the different economic and institutional stakeholders, to help them achieve their net zero carbon goals, and to develop projects in our regions.
Topic: Meeting of Minds – key energy players
Participants: Valérie Ruiz Domingo Group Hydrogen Vice President ENGIE, Total Energie, Air Liquide, EDF
Topic: Low-carbon hydrogen: financial backers get on board to make projects happen
Participants: Mikaa Mered, Hydrogen Task Force, Valérie Ruiz Domingo, Group Hydrogen Vice President ENGIE, Antoine Trieux, Natixis.
Topic: The potential for underground renewable hydrogen storage in Europe - presentation of the HyPSTER project (Germain Hurtado, Hydrogen Project Director) + HYSTORIES (Geostock) & Vallourec
Topics: ENGIE value chain, infrastructure, storage, use (including industry, regions and mobility)
Led by Stéphane Signoret
Participant: Julien Breton, STORENGY
Topic: Schneider Electric, TechnipFMC and Storengy hydrogen storage project partnership with Germain Hurtado, Hydrogen Project Director, and project partners
Topic: Hyport and Hynomed, two hydrogen projects in France proving complementarity of use.
Participants: Guillaume Dupuy De La Grand Rive, HyPort Project Manager, ENGIE Solutions - Jean-Philippe Morel, Director of Development, France South, ENGIE Solutions