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Join the TÜV SÜD & WiGH virtual event about hydrogen

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HYDROGEN AND ITS ROLE IN REACHING GLOBAL DECARBONISATION TARGETS

Together with our partner "Women in Green Hydrogen", we warmly invite you to our virtual event about Hydrogen and its role in reaching global decarbonisation targets.

We will start the event with a keynote by Liz Fendt (TÜV SÜD) on why women must be enabled to play a greater role at the COP26 summit and why their voice is crucial in climate change decisions. 

The second keynote, presented by Paula-Maria Auer-Saupe (TÜV SÜD) will provide you with insights into certification systems for hydrogen and their importance for a sustainable future. 

To conclude and give you the chance to interactively exchange your thoughts and raise your questions, a group of female experts will discuss the role of hydrogen in reaching global decarbonisation targets and why Green Hydrogen will play a decisive role in the energy transition.

Join the session to learn more about hydrogen and take part in an interactive discussion with our female experts:


When? Tuesday, 9 November 2021, 01:00 - 2:15 pm CET

Where? Virtually via Inxpo


AGENDA

01:00 - 01:05 pm CET: Welcoming and introduction of event & Housekeeping (Jekaterina Boening)

01:05 - 01:15 pm CET: Introduction Women in Green Hydrogen & TÜV SÜD Women´s Network (Jekaterina Boening & Silvia Imran)

01:15 - 01:25 pm CET: Keynote TÜV SÜD: Gender Balance at COP26/Gender & Climate Change - an important connection (Liz Fendt)

01:25 - 01:35 pm CET: Keynote TÜV SÜD: Certification systems on Hydrogen and its relevance for a sustainble future (Paula-Maria Auer-Saupe)

01:35 - 02:15 pm CET: Panel discussion: Hydrogen and its role in reaching global decarbonisation targets (Jekaterina Boening, Aminah Bibi & Ulrike Hinz (WiGH) Paula-Maria Auer-Saupe, Dr. Katharina Kocher (TÜV SÜD)


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