We are organising "Legally Speaking" breakfast networking seminars in cooperation with law firm Rödl & Partner.
These seminars will be open for a wider public as we organise them in a hybrid mode. You can join online or by coming to the Rödl & Partner Helsinki office. The seats on site - priority SeaFocus Partners.
These seminars are always held at 8.30-10.00 Helsinki time.
Transformation requires Courage (and patience).
"Hydrogen will be a game changer: it allows storage and transport, even use of existing infrastructure and above all the production of CO2-free combustibles. The strategies are there, the money (subsidy programs & banks) are there, the will is there – it is more about cooperation between partners and find the courageous partners to get the projects flying. Africa will be one of these important partners, why and how: please joins us for the webinar!" says Kai Imolauer.
KAI IMOLAUER has worked for 20 years as a renewable energy expert for national and international projects with R&P, heading the specific department for RE investments, sustainability and decarbonization.
"Hydrogen is a cornerstone in GHG abatement. One of the hard to abate sector is the marine industry where the fuel need to be packaged in a reasonable high energy content per volume. The solution is to chemically bound hydrogen with either carbon on nitrogen for improved transportation and storage. Methanol and Ammonia are the most promising ones. Sustainable carbon molecules will encounter a tough competition from other sectors such as aviation. Ammonia do not have similar constraint in long term. Cost of CO2 emissions will be driving the future project developments." says Ted Bergman.
TED BERGMAN is heading Elomatics Offshore Energy business. Elomatic acts within several industrial segments with engineering and consulting services as well as turnkey deliveries based on own proprietary technology and know-how. After graduating in 1995 as M.Sc in process technology Ted has been acting within EPC companies in both energy and pulp and paper sectors prior moving to engineering and consulting sector in 2006. In current position Ted finds it a thrilling challenge to be part of a team working with technical solutions needed in the worlds fight against GHG emissions.