Hydrogen as one means to reach zero carbon societies is a hot topic today. Germany is investing heavily in research, most recently announcing a new hydrogen competence center in Chemnitz. Hydrogen use for mobility purposes is also being explored by a research cluster in northern Germany.
In this DJW "Hiru no Kai", we will look at the megatrends and how hydrogen can contribute to making societies carbon neutral. Our expert speaker, Mr. Ferdinand Spannan, will touch upon various applications of hydrogen in mobility, the industrial sector and the general electricity and gas grid, and explain what testing and measurement standards and applications can support this. He will also give an overview over current projects and interest groups as well as current standards and regulations.
We are very much looking forward to meeting with you in person for this event!
Mr. Ferdinand Spannan, Head of Global Sales, HORIBA FuelCon GmbH
Mr. Spannan combines technical and business expertise, holding degrees in industrial engineering and an MBA. In Japan, where he spent over a decade, Mr. Spannan was responsible for the Japan and Asia business of German technology companies. Since 2020, he is back in Germany, leading the global sales activities of HORIBA FuelCon GmbH, part of the Japanese HORIBA group.
- 12:00 Doors open
- 12:20 Welcome by DJW
- 12:30 Presentation by Mr. Ferdinand Spannan
- 13:15 Q&A
- 13:30 Lunch and time for networking
- 14:45 End
DJW Members: EUR 0 / JPY 0
Non-Members: EUR 35 / JPY 5.000
Please register by 8 October 2021. For this event, we can welcome a maximum of 20 participants.
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Deutsch-Japanischer Wirtschaftskreis e. V. (DJW)