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HESE 2022
12-14 OCTOBER
BOLOGNA

Program

The capacity of the conference rooms has been limited in order to comply with anti-Covid rules: access will take place on the basis of the date of booking.

Once the maximum number of participants has been reached, it will not be possible to enter until a place is free (waiting spaces are very limited). 

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ADD September 20, 2021

day 1

6 October
10:00 - 13:00
Room: F
NATIONAL ENERGY PLANS, COMPARING INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES. POTENTIAL AND OUTLOOK FOR A SUSTAINABLE HYDROGEN SECTOR 
In the global energy systems decarbonisation process, hydrogen shows an interesting potential to be a suitable complement to energy generated from renewable sources, in order to reduce emissions from sectors difficult to be decarbonised, as well as to storage energy. However, the implementation of this solution at an industrial scale requires a supporting policy and a positive regulatory framework that can favour the development of the supply chain. As a result, major economies around the world are evaluating their position, discussing, preparing and agreeing on hydrogen strategies. In this session, main international experiences will be compared, focusing on the respective national objectives, support measures, needed infrastructures and results obtained until today, with the aim of providing factual and informed input to policy and corporate decisionmaking process.
14:30 - 17:30
Room: F
HYDROGEN VALLEYS: TERRITORIES AS AN INITIAL STEP TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE HYDROGEN CHAIN
The development of ecosystems where the production and local use of hydrogen coexist at the same time will help to reduce the costs of hydrogen applications, promote new business models and generate new opportunities, especially for the territories. This is the concept of the Hydrogen Valleys - places of strategic interest, where multiple end uses of hydrogen coexist synergistically, favouring new opportunities for local development, and decarbonisation opportunities, thanks to the development of innovative projects related to hydrogen technologies.
14:30 - 17:30
Room: D
LOGISTICS ON THE WAY TO HYDROGEN
By the Freight Leaders Council
The European Union is increasingly pushing for a rapid decarbonisation of the continent. 
Logistics and transport are directly involved in this process. 
What role can be played by the use of hydrogen as a fuel?  
We compare the ideas and plans of the various parties involved: vehicle manufacturers, logistics operators, energy suppliers, carriers and shippers, experts and researchers to define the state of the art of hydrogen for mobility and transport.

day 2

7 October
10:00 - 13:00
Room: F
HYDROGEN PRODUCTION - OPPORTUNITIES FOR AN ITALIAN SUPPLY CHAIN
A wide diffusion of hydrogen as an energy vector will largely depend on how the potential expressed by the supply chain will be developed, starting from production, passing through transport and storage sectors, up to final uses. The issue is now one of the top priorities of the national energy agenda, however it will be necessary to implement actions that can favour the development of the entire supply chain in order to achieve tangible results in the medium to long term.
14:30 - 17:30
Room: F
INDUSTRY, TRANSPORTS AND RAILWAYS: TECHNOLOGICAL AREAS FOR THE STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT OF HYDROGEN
The European Green Deal and the new emission reduction targets increase the push towards decarbonisation of the mobility and te development of solutions for the industrial and heavy and long-distance transport sectors. In this scenario, hydrogen is considered the most appropriate solution due to its versatility and flexibility and to the possibility of being developed both on small scale at a territorial level and on a large-scale for the production of commodities. Hydrogen represents a key technology for Italy to maintain and strengthen its position as the second European manufacturing industry. In particular, Italy, thanks to its industrial excellences and energy management infrastructures, shows excellent potential to be able to seize the industrial opportunities that may derive from a greater use of hydrogen in strategic sectors i.e. light transports, rail and ship and in "hard to abate" sectors including heavy long-distance transports, e-fuels production, biorefineries, energy storage, residential and commercial energy production, chemicals production, fertilizers, materials, steel production as well as plant engineering and components related to these sectors.

In this session will be explored areas of final application that show the best development potential.

day 3

8 October
10:00 - 13:00
Room: F
HYDROGEN TRANSPORT AND STORAGE - OPPORTUNITIES AND COSTS FOR THE USE OF EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURES
The penetration of renewable sources will have a significant systemic impact. This will require solutions capable to increase interoperability, flexibility and security of energy networks together with digitization solutions, data management and real-time control solutions. Technologies and tools can also be developed to allow network integration and synergy between transmission and distribution operators. In this context, the energy storage is fundamental. The hydrogen transport and storage infrastructures fit into this framework with the possibility of playing an important role in strategies aimed at achieving different objectives: to facilitate the diffusion of hydrogen; to promote the development of components and applications for both residential and industrial end users and transport sectors; to contribute to the integration of the national energy system with those of the Mediterranean, European and intercontinental networks; to support sector coupling, flexible integrated infrastructures and the integration of renewable sources; to have a transformative effect on existing infrastructures.
In this context, it is of considerable interest, especially for the national context, to evaluate the possibility of reusing the existing infrastructures and the possibility of maintaining some elements of the logistics management systems consolidated over the time.
This session will focus on the issues highlighted above with particular attention to the opportunities and costs associated with the implementation of infrastructures for the transport and storage of hydrogen.
14:30 - 17:00
Room: F
TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE: LEGISLATION, REGULATION, COMMUNICATION AND SECURITY
A clear regulatory framework and a correct communication are fundamental conditions for the growth of a national hydrogen supply chain, in order to let companies invest and offer new technological solutions and end users use those technologies. This session will deepen the current regulatory framework focusing also on communication and training aspects.

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