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2nd Sustainable Energy Day (SustainED)

September 8, 2023 @ 09:30 - 16:00

  • How much hydrogen do we really need to decarbonize?
  • What are no-regret options for hydrogen infrastructure?
  • What regulation ensures that hydrogen reduces emissions?


To discuss this with experts from research, policymaking, and the energy industry join us at the 2nd Sustainable Energy Day


 “Hydrogen Infrastructure & Regulation:
Power to the Pipeline?!”


organized by the Danish energy research network ENERforsk and CSEI – free of charge and open-for-all.

SustainED has the vision to connect research, policymakers, and industry. Participants will therefore be from all three domains and include students from CBS and DTU.

Please register (mandatory) here: https://cbs.nemtilmeld.dk/754/

The conference will take place at the CBS campus (Flintholm Auditorium C1, Stig Lommers Plads 2, 2000 Frederiksberg). Coffee, tea, snacks, and lunch will be provided. All food served will be vegetarian. For any questions, please email us at enerforsk@cbs.dk.


From 8.30 Coffee, Tea, and Fruit
9.00-09.15 Welcome (CSEI)
09.15–10.45 Session 1: Hydrogen Infrastructure Planning

Fabian Neumann (TU Berlin)
Hydrogen infrastructure planning in Europe: networks, imports, and industry

Challenges and opportunities for hydrogen infrastructure planning in Europe

James Kneebone (FSR)
Trade-offs between transportation via pipeline and per ship

10.45 Vitamin Break
11.00–11.45 Keynote 1
Marie Münster (DTU)
Hydrogen infrastructure and production in Europe with and without imports
11.45–12.30 Keynote 2
Stefano Astorri (ACER)
Key challenges in hydrogen planning and regulation
12.30 Lunch & Networking
13.30-15.00 Session 2: Hydrogen Regulation

Luisa Keßler (Bellona Foundation)
Hydrogen from the right sources and in the right places

Sara Piskor (ENTSOG)
Repurposing – from gas grids to hydrogen infrastructure: planning and regulation

Oana Langa (DG ENER)
Update on current European hydrogen regulation

15.00-16.00 Panel Discussion

with the speakers moderated by Anne Neumann (NTNU, CSEI)

ENERforsk is a network to connect energy researchers in Denmark (and neighboring countries). ENERforsk is supported by Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure, DTU Management – Energy Economics and System Analysis, and DTU Wind – Society, Market and Policy and receives funding from Copenhagen Business School.


September 8, 2023
09:30 - 16:00
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Alexandra Lüth
Jens Weibezahn


Copenhagen Business School (FH)
Stig Lommers Plads 2
Frederiksberg, 2000
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