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Call for Topics – Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy Conference

Trond Strømgren from GCE Ocean Technology and Siri Odijk Solbakken from Hub for Ocean & Ocean Hyway Cluster hosted last years digital conference.
Trond Strømgren from GCE Ocean Technology and Siri Odijk Solbakken from Hub for Ocean & Ocean Hyway Cluster hosted last years digital conference.

Get ready for the 6th International Conference on Maritime Hydrogen and Marine Energy 19-20 October, 2021. The programme committee are working to offer you the best programme ever and want your input on topics!

The conference gathers professionals from around the world. Last year, 260 participants from 20 nations gathered digitally.

We want to make this year's digital conference even better, so what would you like to see on the agenda? Please give us your suggestions for topics and speakers by mail or web within 10 February.

Main Themes

The conference has four sessions covering these main themes:

  • Zero emission vessels
  • Port infrastructure
  • Marine energy
  • Energy islands

Each session has four keynote speakers, two panel discussions and two workshop sessions each day, bringing relevant topics to the stage for discussions and conclusions.

Strong Programme Committee

We have composed a strong programme committee with the following members:

  • Jon Clipsham, Principal Consultant, Advisian, Orkney
  • Kristina Wittmeyer, Business Opportunity Manager Hydrogen, Shell
  • Owe Hagesæther, CEO, GCE Ocean Technology
  • Ragnhild Janbu Fresvik, Konserndirektør Bedriftsmarked, Sparebanken Vest
  • Trond Strømgren, Head R&D, Ocean Hyway Cluster
  • Ulf Eriksen, VP Hydrogen, Statkraft

The programme committee is working to offer you the best programme ever. The goal is to have the programme ready by mid-April.

Give us your Input

The conference will address relevant challenges and ongoing projects. You can contribute to a magnificent and powerful program by giving us valuable input. All input will be handled confidentially. Please do not hesitate to send us your suggestions for topics and speakers within deadline February 10.

View last years programme.