Rafael Schmidt is leading the Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies Business Development and Conceptual Engineering and joined the company in July 2018. His is member of the management board and initiated several larger H2 projects covering the whole supply chain. Prior to Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies Rafael Schmidt worked as an economic and strategic consultant in the energy sector with a focus on Geothermal Power and District Heating followed by a position as Head of Engineering at a mid-sized utility company planning and developing Germanys largest Solar Thermal Power Plant and several larger industry projects.
02:05 pm - 02:25 pm
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