The role of green hydrogen in the energy transition

Listen to Lorenzo Ducci and Filippo Bartoloni talk about ENEL’s green hydrogen plans and their role in decarbonising industry

As electrification won’t be straight forward for all industries, especially those with high industrial heat requirements, energy-intensive manufacturers around the world are curious about the potential for green hydrogen as one of the potential routes they could take. Join Alex Cameron in conversation with Lorenzo Ducci and Filippo Bartoloni of ENEL Green Power to explore how they build scalable projects (including NEXTHy in Sicily) and the collaborations that can bring green hydrogen to commercial scale and reality.

The conversation spans examples of projects in development, ENEL Green Power’s approach to partnerships and how industrial partners can prepare and set themselves up for project success. Whether you have questions about the commerciality, infrastructure or how to prepare for a green H2 project – this is a conversation worth settling in for.

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Decarb Connect supports the acceleration of industrial decarbonisation around the globe. We share insights and facilitate collaborations across the emerging decarbonisation ecosystem. We look specifically at the most energy-intensive industrials from cement, metals and mining, glass, ceramics, chemicals, O&G and many more and help connect them to technology disruptors, investors and advisors.

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