A weekly podcast from H2Tech for the hydrogen community
Exploring syngas for the mobility sector: Insights from thyssenkrupp Uhde
In this episode, H2Tech spoke with Karsten Radtke, Global Head of Business Development and Sales for thyssenkrupp Uhde, at the Global Syngas Technologies Conference. The conversation covered Karsten's presentation on syngas for the mobility sector, green gasoline, biogenic CO2 and transporting H2.
ZoneFlow Reactor Technologies' proprietary catalysts: Revolutionizing H2 production
In this episode, H2Tech spoke with Sanjiv Ratan, Director of Marketing and Technology for ZoneFlow Reactor Technologies, about the company's proprietary catalysts and its benefits in SMR-based H2 production.
Empowering women in STEM: Insights at Gulf Energy Information's Women's Global Leadership Conference
In this episode, we sat with Kimberly Coomber-Hallum, Head of Work Place Services for the Americas at bp at Gulf Energy Information's Women's Global Leadership Conference in Energy. The discussion covered what being a woman in STEM means to Kimberly, the challenges of juggling family and business and mentoring young female professionals.
H2 and the energy transition: Financing, electrolyzers and supply chains
H2Tech sat down with Alex Habeder, Head of Business Strategy-Sustainable Energy Systems, Siemens Energy to discuss the global hydrogen landscape, including financing projects, Siemen Energy's JV with Air Liquide, electrolyzer developments, securing precious metals and rare Earth elements, and optimizing hydrogen supply chains.
Unpacking the nuances of carbon intensity and subsidies
In this episode, we spoke with Clinton Johnson, Vice President of Process Engineering at S&B Engineers and Constructors. The conversation covered incentives and penalties shaping the clean energy subsidies landscape, how the IRA tax credits influence ammonia projects and low-emission natural gas and how it compares to renewable natural gas.
Unleashing Hydrogen Innovation: Solid Oxide Electrolysis and Its Decarbonization Potential
In this episode of H2TechTalk, we dive into the world of solid oxide electrolysis technology with Jon Harman, the Technology Delivery Director for Ceres. Live at the Hydrogen Americas Summit in Washington DC, Jon discusses the potential of solid oxide electrolysis in decarbonizing industries such as steel and ammonia production. He sheds light on the advantages of high-temperature operation and the transformative impact this technology can have on sustainable hydrogen production. Learn how Ceres is looking to partner with the U.S. market and what the future holds for this innovative solution.