i big dell’energia all’Online Talk di Rcs Academy- time.news

Hydrogen, as the new frontier of the green economy, investments in clean energy as key factors of the European strategy linked to the Recovery Fund. Sustainable future will be discussed during the Online Talk organized by RCS Academy e Corriere della Sera entitled: “Hydrogen and the Green Economy: strategies, investments and technologies”. The digital event – to be followed in streaming on time.news starting at 9.45 am on 25 March – will be a debate between the main players and experts in the energy sector in Italy. A rapidly evolving world that plays (and will increasingly play) a crucial role in the ecological transition towards a society with a reduced environmental impact. We will start by talking about the European Green Deal with Stefano Grassi, head of the Cabinet of the Energy Commissioner of the European Commission and about the future of energy with Stefano Besseghini, president of Arera.

The heart of the debate will be the evolution of the hydrogen market. Talking about their vision regarding the production, storage and distribution of the first chemical element of the periodic table will be: Francesco Starace, CEO and general manager of Enel, Claudio Descalzi, CEO of Eni, Marco Alver, CEO of Snam, Paolo Gallo, CEO and general manager of Italgas and Renato Mazzoncini, CEO of A2a. We will also talk about technologies capable of enabling the use of hydrogen and sustainability in a broad sense with Giuseppe Zollino, professor at the University of Padua.

Technical topics such as electrolysers for reforming and all the processes useful to favor the decarbonisation of industrial plants in our country. Without forgetting the theme of sustainable mobility. Paolo Dellach, CEO of Industrie De Nora, Andrea Gibelli, president of Fnm, Annalisa Stupenengo, CEO of Fpt Industrial and Michele Viale, general manager of Alstom Italia will tell their point of view and share their experience as energy sector players. .


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