ESTONIAN HYDROGEN DAYS 2021
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The Estonian Hydrogen Days 2021 have been successfully implemented by now. The event was held for the first time and was very successful. We had over 700 visits. We would like to thank all the speakers and guests who contributed to the Estonian Hydrogen Days 2021. We would like to especially thank the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Estonia.
During the two intensive days, the developments in the field of hydrogen in Europe and Estonia were introduced, the activities related to hydrogen in the scientific world were discussed and the focus was on the use of hydrogen in aviation.
Video broadcasts of both days can be watched here:
Presentations can be viewed and downloaded here:
Day 1 Session I
European Hydrogen policy, Hydrogen Europe –Mr. Grzegors Pawelec
State of play of FCH JU Activity, Executive. Director FCH JU - Mr. Bart Biebuyck
Role of Hydrogen in achieving climate goals , Ministry of Environment - Mrs. Liis Kasemets
Estonian Energy Policy and Hydrogen, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications – Mr. Jaanus Uiga.
Estonian value chains for green Hydrogen, Estonian Hydrogen Cluster – Mr. Sven Parkel.
Hydrogen Valleys, New Energy Coalition - Mr. Patrick Cnubben
Hydrogen Valley Roadmap – Tartu, Estiko energia - Mr. Ain Tammvere
Role of Energy Cooperatives, Tartu Regional Energy Agency – Mr. Martin Kikas
Converting ambitions into action, Port of Tallinn – Mrs. Hele-Mai Metsal
From Innovation to International Cooperation, NeptHyne – Mr. Tomasz Pelc
Space for Green Applications, Tartu Science Park/ESA – Mr. Andrus Kurvits
Alexela project pipeline, Alexela – Mr. Aivo Adamson
Hydrogen Refueling Stations in Estonia, Tartu Terminal – Mr. Jörgen Õigus
Self-Driving H2 Bus, AuveTech – Mr. Johannes Mossov
Hydrogen in Transport, University of Tartu – Mr. Enn Lust
Hydrogen Backbone, Elering – Mr. Karl Kivinurm
Hydrogen refuelling opportunities in Estonia, Atrado – Mr. Erik Kuus
Supercaps in renewables and transport, Skeleton – Mr. Egert Valmra
CO2-free pyrolysis as an alternative to electrolysis, – Mr. Illimar Parts
Day 1 Session II
Climate Neutral Aviation Roadmap, Estonian Aviation Cluster – Mr. Kristo Reinsalu.
Hydrogen Aviation, Xfly – Mr. Jan Palmer.
Dutch experience, &Flux – Mr. Petrus Postma.
Enabling Growth, Estonian Aviation Academy – Mr. Karl-Eerik Unt.
Day 2 (Tartu University)
Opening remarks – Rector Toomas Asser
Hydrogen technologies development in Europe, Japan and USA – Mr. Enn Lust
Synthesis of carbon materials and development of supercapacitors in UT – Ph.D Thomas Thomberg
Novel Na-ion batteries based on Estonian peat derived carbons – M.Sc. Anu Adamson
Thin-film hydrogen storage materials development in UT – Ph.D. Rasmus Palm
Development of PEM FC materials and devices – Ph.D. Jaak Nerut
Development of solid oxide fuel cell materials – Ph.D. Gunnar Nurk
Investigation of solid oxide electrolysis cell materials and single cells – Ph.D. Martin Maide
Development of first Estonian FC Car Iseauto and energy storage demo complex in Chemicum – Ph.D. student Rait Kanarbik
The summary of the event can also be read on the website of the Estonian Hydrogen Association:
If you have questions or suggestions for us, don´t hesitate to contact:
Mr. Marek Alliksoo, Board Member of Estonian Hydrogen Association and CEO of SKYCORP, e-mail: Marek.Alliksoo@sky-corp.eu
Mr. Jaanus Tamm, project manager at Tartu City Government, e-mail: email@example.com
See you at the Estonian Hydrogen Days 2022!
ESTONIAN HYDROGEN DAYS 2021 AT A GLANCE
Seminar, Expo and Science Days: 5-6 of July
Location: Tartu, Estonia
In the beginning of July and in the Culture Capital of Europe 2024, we will all come together to hold the first Hydrogen Days of the region.
The event will focus on an essential part of the climate neutrality goals - hydrogen and the part that European institutions, governments, municipalities, industry stakeholders, energy cooperatives and the people themselves will play in achieving our ambitious goals.
The event is an opportunity to walk through the entire value chain and learn about the technologies and plans that will contribute towards giving us all cleaner air, generating new opportunities, but also challenges. However, these can only be solved by bringing everyone together.
We aim to do all this in two activity-packed days:
5th of July: Seminar and Expo Day – Including presentations, announcements, technology showcases and thought-provoking panel discussions from Estonia and Europe. Walking through the entire ecosystem from the transport and energy sectors to rail, maritime and aviation.
A world’s first – Hydrogen Self-driving bus
High level Keynotes
6th of July: Science Day – The University of Tartu will cover all R&D topics, latest developments and share a sneak peek into what is yet to come.
Open mic “Ask us Anything” to a high-level scientific panel.
Tour of the hydrogen demo centre – from green electricity to green hydrogen and everything in-between
Expo: 5th of July and running activities
Toyota Mirai 2021 Presentation
A hydrogen car running taxi services all week in a special category (Bolt)
Hydrogen self-driving bus
Mobile hydrogen refuelling station
Hydrogen workshop & technologies
Additional demo and tech area to be announced.
AGENDA 5TH JULY
9:20 09:45 Welcome coffee
09:45 10:00 Opening Remarks, Deputy Mayor – Mr. Raimond Tamm
10.00 10.15 TEN-T policy, European Coordinator for the North Sea–Baltic core network corridor - Mrs. Catherine Trautmann (on-line, video)
10:15 10:30 European Hydrogen policy, Hydrogen Europe -Mr. Grzegors Pawelec (on-line, video)
10:30 10:45 State of play of FCH JU Activity, Executive. Director FCH JU - Mr. Bart Biebuyck (on-line, video)
10.45 11.00 Why Hydrogen?, Ministry of Environment of Estonia - Mrs. Liis Kasemets
11.00 11.15 Estonian Energy Policy and Hydrogen, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications - Mr. Jaanus Uiga
11:15 11:30 Estonian value chains for green Hydrogen, Estonian Hydrogen Cluster – Mr. Sven Parkel
11:30 11:45 Hydrogen Valley Roadmap – Tartu, Estiko Energia – Mr. Ain Tammvere
11:45 12:00 Coffee break
12:00 12:30 Hydrogen Valleys, Mr. Patrick Cnubben
12:30 12:45 Role of Energy Cooperatives, Tartu Regional Energy Agency – Mr. Martin Kikas
12:45 13:00 Port of Tallinn - converting ambitions into action, Port of Tallinn - Mrs. Hele-Mai Metsal
13:00 13:15 NeptHyne – From Innovation to International Cooperation, NeptHyne - Mr. Tomasz Pelc
13:15 13:30 Space for Green Applications, Tartu Science Park/ESA - Mr. Andrus Kurvits
13:30 14:30 Lunch break
14:30 14:45 Alexela project pipeline, Alexela - Mr. Aivo Adamson
14:45 15:00 Hydrogen Refueling Stations in Estonia, Tartu Terminal - Mr. Jörgen Õigus
15:00 15:15 Self-Driving H2 Bus, AuveTech - Mr. Johannes Mossov
15:15 15:30 Hydrogen in Transport, University of Tartu – Mr. Enn Lust
15.30 15.45 Hydrogen Backbone, Elering - Mr. Karl Kivinurm
15.45 16.00 Hydrogen refuelling opportunities in Estonia, Atrado - Mr. Erik Kuus
16:00 16:15 Coffee break
16:15 16:30 Supercaps in renewables and transport, Skeleton - Mr. Egert Valmra
16:30 16:45 CO2-free pyrolysis as an alternative to electrolysis, - Mr. Illimar Parts
16:40 16:50 Short break
16:50 17:20 Roundtable discussion - What could be the Estonian solution?
20.00 22.00 Invitation only evening networking (AHHAA Centre)
Parallel session - Aviation
14:30 14:45 Aviation in Europe, DG MOVE - Mr. Henrik Hololei (on-line)
14:45 15:00 Estonia - future for aviation?, Minister of Entrepreneurship and Information Technology - Mr. Andres Sutt
15:00 15:15 Climate Neutral Aviation Roadmap, Estonian Aviation Cluster - Mr. Kristo Reinsalu
15:15 15:30 Hydrogen Aviation, Xfly - Mr. Jan Palmer
15.30 15.45 Dutch experience, &Flux - Mr. Petrus Postma
15.45 16.00 Enabling Growth, Estonian Aviation Academy - Mr. Karl-Eerik Unt
AGENDA 6TH JULY
University of Tartu, Chemicum
09.30 10.00 Welcome Coffee at Chemicum Ravila 14a, Tartu
10.00 10.10 Opening remarks - Rector or Vice-Rector
10.10 10.50 Hydrogen technologies development in Europe, Japan and USA - Mr. Enn Lust
10.50 11.10 Synthesis of carbon materials and development of supercapacitors in UT - Ph.D Thomas Thomberg
11.10 11.30 Novel Na-ion batteries based on Estonian peat derived carbons - M.Sc. Anu Adamson
11.30 11.50 Thin film hydrogen storage materials development in UT - Ph.D. Rasmus Palm
11.50 13.00 Lunch
13.00 13.20 Development of PEM FC materials and devices - Ph.D. Jaak Neerut
13.20 13.40 Development of solid oxide fuel cell materials - Ph.D. Gunnar Nurk
13.40 14.00 Investigation of solid oxide electrolysis cell materials and singel cells - Ph.D. Martin Maide
14.00 14.20 Development of first Estonian FC Car Iseauto and energy storage demo complex in Chemicum - Ph.D. student Rait Kanarbik
14.20 14.40 Break
14.40 15.40 Discussion
15.40 17.00 Tour of the demo centre and laboratories