Hydrogen can be produced also from the decomposition of methane. This process yields only solid carbon and no carbon dioxide. The produced carbon can be sold, improving the cost-efficiency of the operations. Particularly interesting could be the pyrolysis of biomethane. Can pyrolysis of gas play a substantial role in the energy transition? What is the state of the latest technological developments? What are GHG savings using pyrolysis? What are the cost estimations compared with competing technologies?
This online debate on pyrolysis hydrogen will be moderated by Andris Piebalgs and Christopher Jones, Florence School of Regulation.
Dr. Klaus Langemann, Senior Vice President Technology &Innovation, Wintershall Dea GmbH
Prof. Bernd Meyer, Director, Institute of Energy Process Engineering and Chemical Engineering, TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Dr. Roh Pin Lee, Head of Technology Assessment Division, Institute of Energy Process Engineering and Chemical Engineering, TU Bergakademie Freiberg.
Prof. Laurent Fulcheri, Research Director, MINES ParisTech
Detlef Kratz,President, Process Research and Chemical Engineering, BASF
Kitti Nyitrai, Member of Cabinet of Commissioner Simson
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