World Energy Council | Italia
[Sepetember 11th, 2020] The World Energy Council – Italia, in collaboration with AIDIC (Italian Association of Chemical Engineering) is organizing an international conference to explore the potential of hydrogen in the context of energy transition. Partner of WEC Italia, McPhy will be present at the conference dedicated to the production of hydrogen by electrolysis.
In line with the global initiative “Hydrogen Global Charter” and the results of the Innovation Insights Brief WEC “New Hydrogen Economy – Hope or Hype?”1, this one-day conference dedicated to the place of hydrogen in Italy’s energy transition will provide an opportunity to look back on :
- Policies and regulations in the hydrogen sector
- Hydrogen Global Charter
- Thematic round tables
Marco Parigi, Piel Global Sales Manager McPhy, will speak in the 1st round table session dedicated to the prospects for hydrogen production by alkaline electrolysis: “New prospects for hydrogen production”, on September 30th, 2020 at 10:30 am.
The Piel by McPhy range is specifically adapted to the production of hydrogen for the so-called “light” industry. Complemented by the McLyzer and Augmented McLyzer ranges, it allows manufacturers to produce on site and to their specifications, the hydrogen necessary for their processes, and to participate in the decarbonation of entire industrial sectors.
Small electrolyzers page
Large electrolyzers page
Augmented electrolyzers page
Practical information & registration:
| World Energy Council – Italia
September 30th, 2020, from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm in Rome, Italy.
Hall of the Protomoteca in Campidoglio, Piazza del Campidoglio 55, Rome
| McPhy Roundtable: September 30th, 2020 at 10:30 a.m.
“New prospects for hydrogen production“, Marco Parigi, Piel Global Sales Manager McPhy.
For more information and registration (free): https://hese.it/iniziative-speciali-wec/
To ensure the safety of the participants, the capacity of the room will be reduced in order to allow adequate compliance with the regulations for the COVID-19 emergency. The possibility of accessing the room will be confirmed via email. In order to allow the widest participation, the event will also be broadcast in live streaming.