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Panel Session 3

Jump-Starting a Green Hydrogen Economy

- Tackling Hard-to-Abate Sector Decarbonisation 

Hard-to-abate industries contribute 1/3 of the world's annual CO2 emissions, largely due to their energy-intense production processes. To progress the decarbonisation of sectors, such as cement, chemicals, building supplies, iron, and steel, it requires ground-breaking innovative technologies and cost-effective solutions. Renewable electricity readiness and emerging solutions such as green hydrogen and Power-to-X are essential to green the energy mix. This session explored best practices across the US energy landscape in emerging technologies to drive the clean energy transition and forward-thinking policies and investments for the energy sector to become net-zero by 2050. To what extent will the IRA play a significant role in a clean energy transition and the development of a green hydrogen economy? 

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Dr. Sunita Satyapal 

Director, Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office and DOE Hydrogen Program Coordinator, U.S. Department of Energy 

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Angela Anderson

Director, Industrial Innovation, WRI

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Janice Lin

Founder and President, Green Hydrogen Coalition


Douglas Schultz

Chief Operating Officer, Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations (OCED), U.S. Department of Energy 


Jørgen Kragh

Co-Head of Origination Americas, The Export and Investment Fund of Denmark (EIFO)

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