This 90-minute virtual session led by Wood Mackenzie’s subject matter expert on green hydrogen will bring together electric & gas utilities, electrolysis technology OEMs, investors, and hydrogen end-users to cut through the white noise and map out global green hydrogen projects.

Green hydrogen saw an unprecedented surge in interest in 2020, with electrolysis coming up in a lot of discussions related to the energy transition and big investment announcements from different energy titans.  

But what is the expected demand for low carbon hydrogen for the next five years? And what are the actual production timelines for key green hydrogen production sites two years from now? Are these projects bankable? What is the expected adoption pace of electrolysis technology? Can low-carbon hydrogen demand be stimulated? These are all questions that remain unanswered for the most part. 


Matti Rautkivi
Matti Rautkivi
Director, Business Innovation & New Business Models, Wärtsilä Energy
Benjamin Gallagher
Benjamin Gallagher
SME, Carbon & Emerging Technology, Energy Transition Practice, Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables

Ben is a SME, Carbon & Emerging Technology, for Wood Mackenzie's Energy Transition Practice. Previously at Wood Mackenzie, Ben was a senior solar analyst specializing in PV systems and balance-of-systems components. Before joining Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables, Ben worked in China and the U.S. in cleantech manufacturing and for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Ben holds a bachelor’s degree in East Asian studies from Skidmore College and a master’s degree in international environmental policy from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.

Ron Erd
Ron Erd
Senior Advisor, Hydrogen, Bloom Energy
Agenda Themes
  • The global green hydrogen demand & supply in the next ten years
  • Perspectives and five-year outlook from a green hydrogen producer
  • The role of green hydrogen in the energy transition
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