Green Hydrogen (GH2)- Opportunities and Challenges for Sri Lanka

Green Hydrogen (GH2)- Opportunities and Challenges for Sri Lanka

SLEMA - ADB annual session 2022

Hydrogen is gathering momentum as an energy vector toward global sustainability. Especially among the wide spectrum of different types of hydrogen, green hydrogen is taking a lead direction in the global energy sector paradigm shift. It will be a feasible and sustainable path even for Sri Lanka especially focusing power and transport sectors and many other opportunities including the industry sector.


Amid the global development in the green hydrogen sector, Sri Lanka is evaluating its position and potential to join with the rapid growth of this sector. Align with this national need, Sri Lanka Energy Managers Association (SLEMA) in partnership with Asian Development Bank is organizing an annual session focusing on Green Hydrogen - Opportunities and Challenges for Sri Lanka.
List of Speeches is as follows:


Keynote Speech - "GH2 opportunities and challenges for Sri Lanka"
Mr Dan Brian Millison - Manager Transcendergy LLC, Consultant - ADB

Others speeches


"Current status of GH2 technologies: International perspectives" by Mr Nimal Perera - Past President & Convener / Co-chair to the Green Hydrogen working group of the SLEMA


"Status of affairs of the GH2 in the local context" by Professor Ajith de Alwis - Senior Professor at the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering and Dean, Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Moratuwa


"Challenges for commercial and business operations of GH2" by Mr. Sturle Harald Pedersen - Managing director Greenstat Norway AS and Chairman of the Board Greenstat Hydrogen India


"Current Government initiatives towards national GH2" - Mr. Saliya Wickramasooriya - Chairman Sri Lanka Petroleum Development Authority


Event:
Online Event on Friday 29th 2022 - 8.45 am to 1.30 pm.

Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_W6r4SFanS9ihFn6uMZAG9w

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