Dr Malcolm Cook holds a degree and doctorate in Chemistry from the University of Strathclyde in Scotland. He was then awarded a 2 year NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship for fundamental research in catalysts at the Technical University of Munich, Germany.
After joining industry, Malcolm lead the research & development for coatings for ChlorAlkali & water electrolysis before moving into technical service, commissioning, sales and business development for electrolysis plants. Having spent almost 20 years in this area he now Senior Vice President for thyssenkrupp across all of their process technologies in the Middle East & Turkey and has been in the UAE for the past 14 years.
Thyssenkrupp are the Green Hydrogen technology supplier for the NEOM project in KSA (>2GW) and the Shell Green Hydrogen project in Rotterdam (200 MW) - amongst others.
02:30 pm - 02:55 pm
Green Hydrogen: Infrastructure
A hydrogen economy at scale will complement the renewable sector to build a resilient energy system. Is an entire re-built required, or can existing assets contribute to an accelerated transition? What infrastructure exists and what will be further required. Expect real-world answers and a look at upcoming investments