Watson Farley & Williams and UniCredit co-hosted the first Munich Hydrogen Summit, a half-day hybrid event, on 30 June 2022.
Our Munich Hydrogen Summit gave insights into a number of current projects, looked closely at the regulatory framework they operate within and provided an overview of key considerations for the investment and financing of green hydrogen projects.
A number of speakers from major industry players active in green hydrogen and experts from the financial sector shared their knowledge insights and experience. Hear the perspectives of utilities, project developers, technology providers, equity investors and financial institutions regarding both domestic and international green hydrogen projects. The event concluded with a roundtable session, enabling attendees to address questions to and participate in discussions with our expert speakers.
To access the presentation slides, please click here.
If you’re short on time and interested in the key points and insights of the summit, we invite you to read our high-level summary of each session here.
Dr. Christian Bauer, Partner, Watson Farley & Williams
Youssef Fahd, Managing Director, Head of Power & Infrastructure Finance Germany, Specialised Lending, UniCredit
|The EU Regulatory Framework for Green Hydrogen and Results of the Permitting Working Group on Hydrogen of the European Clean Hydrogen Alliance
Dr. F. Maximilian Boemke, Partner, Watson Farley & Williams
Giannalberto Mazzei, Counsel, Watson Farley & Williams
|Digital B2B Marketplaces – Accelerating International Hydrogen Projects
Dr Björn Lüssow, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Hyfindr
|Financing of H2-Projects – The Lender’s Perspective
Dr Martin Würth, Managing Director, Natural Resources, Specialised Lending, UniCredit
|Hydrogen Projects in Turkiye – Opportunities and Challenges
Ali Köse, CEO, H2 Energy Solutions
|Fuel Cell Technology – Providing Environmentally Friendly & Continuous Power for Telecom Infrastructure
Andrew Koob, Co-Founder & President/Chairman, HYREF
|Equity Investments in Hydrogen Projects
Thomas Engelmann, Head of Energy Transition, KGAL
|CEOG – PV/H2 Power Plant French Guiana
Giles Newton, Business Development Director UK, Meridiam
|Overview of Available Electrolyser Technologies
Stephan Garabet, CFO, Sunfire
|H2 Green Steel – Decarbonizing Hard-To-Abate Industries
Kajsa Ryttberg-Wallgren, Head of Business Unit Hydrogen, H2 Green Steel
Moderator: Dr. Christian Bauer, Partner, Watson Farley & Williams