HyValue webinar

In this webinar, you will get to know the HyValue partner HVL and learn about HVL’s hydrogen activities. You will also meet two industrial partners, Elkem and Element One Energy, collaborating on hydrogen production methods. Join us on 26th April 2023: 10:00 - 11:15

Watch this year's webinar here

HyValue is a research center for hydrogen technology, comprising 7 national research partners as well as a number of international and user partners. HVL has a central role in HyValue, having the lead or co-lead of three of the work packages.

This webinar is part of the HyValue webinar series “Meet the HyValue R&D partners”, in which you will get to know the national and international R&D partners in HyValue a bit better.

In this webinar, you will learn about HVL’s hydrogen activities in HyValue, and the main focus will be on research activities related to novel hydrogen production methods, including offshore production. You will also meet two of the industry partners, Elkem and Element One Energy, who collaborate on different HyValue-tasks. See below for a detailed agenda.

The Webinar will be hosted in Zoom. There is no need to register in advance, just use the provided zoom-link.

The Webinar will be recorded for possible later use by HVL/HyValue.

Suitable for: Students, employees and business representatives interested in hydrogen technology


Opening remarks
Jonas Solbakken, NORCE, Centre coordinator

Intro hydrogen activity at HVL
Velaug Myrseth Oltedal, HVL, Centre Deputy

Introduction to the ANCEHA research group
Dhayalan Velauthapillai, Professor. HVL

Transition metalchalcogenides nano material for photocatalytic hydrogen production
Sivagowri Shanmugaratnam, PhD-student HVL

Non-Noble bifunctional electrocatalysts for water splitting application
Swathi Srinivasan, PhD-student HVL

Hydrogen production from variable power sources
Liina Sangolt, PhD-student HVL

The use of hydrogen in Elkem
Aasgeir Valderhaug, Director R&D Elkem

New efficient electrolyser and fuel cell technology
Element One Energy AS / Anders E. Kvåle

Closing remarks
Jonas Solbakken

Department of Computer science, Electrical engineering and Mathematical sciences
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical engineering and Maritime studies
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical engineering and Maritime studies