PROGRAM

Preview 2024

From Production to Application: THE #P2X CONFERENCE is back! This year, it will take place in Frankfurt on 26 and 27 November 2024. It will be focusing on engineering practice: What are the technical challenges in specific projects and how can they be overcome? What lessons can be learned from a project, what mistakes might be avoided and how?

We are currently working on the program, which will develop dynamically over the coming months. Expect a two-day event with ~40 expert presentations on practical, technical challenges, focusing on the following key topics.

A detailed preview of the programme can be found below.

DAY 1  |  Tuesday, 26.11.

moderated by Sebastian Hillebrand | Conference language: English
Kap Europa, Osloer Str. 5, 60327 Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Time frame: 9:00 Welcome and introduction | Lunch | Networking breaks | approx. 17:00 Conclusion of the event | 19:00 Get together dinner (subject to change)

MORNING SESSIONS

9:00

Registration

Opening, Introduction and Welcoming

Session Production technology

  • BOSCH, Björn Noack: Future Certification
  • Air Liquide, Dr. Armin Günther: Großanlagen für die Herstellung von grünen Molekülen –> P2X Co2–> Methanol
  • Elogen, Carsten Krause: Elogen Stack Gigafactory and the scaling of technology, production and projects as an example of a successful IPCEI project
  • Accelera, Christoph Zahn: Scaling up manufacturing and operational efficiency through standardization
  • Bosal, Ted Starten: SOFC and SOEC Hot Balance of Plant systems / From: Prototype & Proof of Concept -> To: Reliable serial design & Robust mass production processes
  • Emerson, Arthur Gosling: Leveraging Process Control System Architecture for Hydrogen Assets

AFTERNOON SESSIONS

  • Bloom, Dr. Steffen Wieland: High-temperature electrochemistry and its advantages in hydrogen and power generation
  • Clariant, Dr. Rene Eckert: State of the art catalysts to tackle the challenges of Ammonia cracking
  • AVL, Jürgen Rechberger: Innovative Technologies for Highly Efficient Power-to-Liquid Plants / Hochtemperaturelektrolyse
  • FREUDENBERG, Dr. Manfred Stefener: Technical Expertise meets Power to Industrialize

Session Plant Operations

  • Hy2Gen, Matthias Lisson: Atlantis „Experience from an operating plant“
  • HyCenta, Thomas Stöhr: CFD-based Explosion Hazard Evaluation for the PEM electrolyser application case
  • Synhelion, Dr. Philipp Good: Turning sunlight into fuel. The DAWN of solar fuels.
  • MAN, TBD: TBD

Wrap-Up

19:00

Get Together & Dinner

Networking dinner at the conference center

DAY 2  |  Wednesday, 27.11.

moderated by Sebastian Hillebrand | Conference language: English
Kap Europa, Osloer Str. 5, 60327 Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Time frame: 9:00 Welcome and introduction | Lunch | Networking breaks | approx. 17:00 Conclusion of the event

MORNING SESSIONS

9:00

Keynote

  • thyssenkrupp Uhde, Dr. Christian Renk: Ammonia cracking – The key to a sustainable hydrogen economy

9:30

Pecha Kucha Session

  • WEW, Tbd: Tbd
  • Ostermeier, Dr. Markus Ostermeier: Year-round energy autonomy with hydrogen
  • Stoff2, Sebastian Schipp: tbd
  • TBD

11:15

Application Sessions in 2 Rooms parallel:

Ecosystem & Infrastructure

  • ABB / Cytok, Martin Weiss & Manfred Wörl: The potential of eFuel production in energy factories
  • Heraeus, Steffen Kitzing: Circularity for PEM Technologies – The Past, the Now and the Future
  • Versiv, Frank Sonnenschein: How standardisation can provide the certainty to allow fuel cell and electrolyser technology to flourish

 

Session H2 & derivates application

  • Rolls Royce, Dr. Daniel Chatterjee: ICE as an enabler for a greener energy future
  • EDL, Dr. Michael Haid: Challenges and opportunities for sustainable aviation
  • IAV, Paul-Benjamin Reinicke: Evaluation of Methanol as potential future fuel for clean and highly efficient internal combustion engines.

12:00

Lunch

11:15

Ecosystem & Infrastructure

  • GP Joule,Jörg Starr: Smart control in green hydrogen ecosystems
  • Ramboll, Alexander Kotschi: How can we accelerate the build-up of hydrogen production in Europe?
  • FEST, Christian Perplies: Lean execution excellence for integrated hydrogen plants

 

Session H2 & derivates application

  • Tractebel, Sven Goethals: Bio methane generation coupling with green e-kerosene
  • Siemens Energy, Mario Hueffer: Integrated Electrolyzer and Heat Pump Solution
  • Aucotec, Niclas Meier & Henry Bloch: The value of a digital twins along P2X value chains

AFTERNOON SESSIONS

13:20

Application Sessions in 2 Rooms parallel:

Session Components & Safety

Room Empire State and Chrysler | 1st Floor

 

  • PTB, Dr. Michael Beyer: H2 market ramp-up – challenges for safety and metrology
  • Gräbener, Fabian Kapp: Production technology for bipolar plates for electrolysis – anything but simple
  • Saint Gobain, Frank Sonnenschein: Gasketing, challenges while upscaling

 

Session Hydrogen Ecosystem

Room Burj Khalifa and Cayan Tower | 2nd Floor

 

  • Alfa Laval, Sven Schreiber: Energy efficiency – the world’s most sustainable energy source – to scale the hydrogen ecosystem
  • GKN Hydrogen, Alfons Geueke: De-risk by design – the safest hydrogen storage for industrial use
  • Ramboll, Thomas Rust: Hinterland logistics of H2 and its derivates. Gaining traction early

15:20

Session Industrial Applications

  • Tree Energy Solutions, Dr. Jens Schmidt: eNG applications: Using a drop-in green hydrogen derivative
  • Schott AG, Dr. Matthias Kaffenberger: Applying hydrogen in combustion processes: Learnings from the glass industry
  • Provadis, Dr. Marcel Loewert: Chemical parks as innovation hubs: From strategy development to business opportunities
  • Neuman & Esser / ABB, Stefan Basenach / Jens Wulff: Industry 4.0 as integral part of the energy transition

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