• INTRODUCTION MASTERCLASS TO THE THEME

    09:00 - 12:00
    PLENARY + STUDY PRESENTATION
    UNDERSTAND HOW GREEN HYDROGEN WILL TRANSFORM THE AVAILABILITY OF ENERGY IN THE WORLD AND IMPACT THE INDUSTRY AND MARKET IN WHICH YOU OPERATE IN BRAZIL.
     

  • Everything you need to know about green hydrogen (production, transport, storage and competitive advantages over other energy sources);

  • What are the technological routes that will be presented and developed in the Brazilian market?

  • What will be the role of natural gas as a transition energy in the Brazilian market?

  • How to connect the entire value chain and accelerate project success?

  • How can you be part of this new market that has an investment potential of USD 200 billion in Brazil over 20 years (McKinsey, 2021);

  • How organizations are cooperating to scale and mitigate risks in projects and to decarbonize their respective industries;

  • Who do I need to connect with and establish business partnerships with to be a relevant player in this topic, sector and market?

  • The vision of large energy consumers for this new horizon.


    12:00 - 14:00
    LUNCH WITH QUALIFIED NETWORKING AND DIVIDED BY THEMED TABLES


    14:00 - 16:00

  • PLENARY - THE BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT'S VISION AND PROJECTS FOR GREEN HYDROGEN
     

  • How is the progress, what are the alternatives and actors involved in the construction and improvement of institutional, legal and regulatory frameworks in the next 05, 10 and 25 years in Brazil?

  • How the industry and the market can cooperate to structure the regulatory framework so that Brazil takes advantage of one of the greatest opportunities to lead the global clean energy sector.


    16:00 - 18:00

  • PLENARY - CASE STUDIES
    INDÚSTRIAM  E LOCALITIES PRESENT THE JUSTIFICATIONS AND CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTING GREEN HYDROGEN PROJECTS IN BRAZIL AND WORLDWIDE

11/09

        WORKSHOPS

 

        08:00 – 10:00
        01 – TECHNOLOGICAL ROUTES FOR PRODUCTION

  • What is the role of hydrogen and its derivatives for the propulsion of ships and large modals and in the construction of zero-carbon logistics;

     

  • 10:00 - 12:00
    02 - STORAGE AND TRANSPORT OF HYDROGEN AND DERIVATIVES (AMMONIA AND METHANOL)

  • Technical and commercial aspects of storage and transport of hydrogen and its derivatives (ammonia and methanol) - Pipelines/packed in compressed or liquefied format;


    12:00 – 14:00 / LUNCH



  • 14:00 - 16:00
    03 - GREEN HYDROGEN AND LOGISTICS

  • The role of hydrogen and its derivatives for the propulsion of ships and large modals and in the construction of zero-carbon logistics.


    16:00 - 18:00
    04 - INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION FOR MARKET FORMATTING AND FUNDING/FINANCING FOR PROJECTS


  • “MADE IN BRAZIL” INNOVATIONS

  • Hydrogen from ethanol residues

  • Methane from Brazilian hydroelectric plants

11/10
Topics to be presented and discussed