HVL Hydrogen Webinar

HVL follows up on the government's goal of becoming a sustainable and hydrogen-based society. Welcome to HVL Hydrogen Webinar, 11th June, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Hydrogen is an energy carrier which can help to reduce CO2-emissions and at the same time create value for Norwegian industry. The Norwegian government has put forward plans for implementation of hydrogen technology in Norway, both regarding hydrogen production, infrastructure and end users.

HVL offers both education, training and research within hydrogen technology, and in this 2 hour webinar you will meet some of our students and hear about our educational and research activities. You will also meet some of our external collaborators and key players in the development of hydrogen technology in Western Norway.

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

Webinar Program 11th June 2021

  • 10:00
    First session

    Opening of the Webinar
    Gro Anita Fonnes Flaten, Pro-Rector for Research

    Why have a Hydrogen webinar? HVL Research activities
    Prof. Dhayalan Velauthapillai, Department of Computer science, Electrical engineering and Mathematical sciences, HVL

    Hydrogen educational activities at HVL
    Velaug Myrseth Oltedal, Assistant Head of Department, Department of Mechanical and Marine Engineering, HVL

    Tugboat with Metal Hydride Storage
    Tone Gregersen Bua, Lene Dahl Jacobsen, Marte Maria Tømterud. Bachelor thesis, HVL

    An Efficiency Comparison of Liquid Hydrogen, Ammonia, and Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carriers for Maritime Use
    Anders V. Bøe, Tommy A Reinertsen and Daniel Gullbrå. Bachelor thesis, HVL

    The Prospect of Hydrogen Niche in The Norwegian Maritime Sector
    Negar Safara Nosar. Master thesis, HVL

    Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production
    Sivagowri Shanmugaratnam, PhD Thesis, HVL

    Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production
    Isacfranklin Melkiyur, PhD Thesis, HVL

  • 11:10
  • 11:15
    Second session

    Hydrogen for the Future – Areas in Focus
    Are Opstad Sæbø, Greenstat AS

    Green Hydrogen Production and LOHC at Fjord Base
    Vegard Lavik, Hyfuel

    The next generation modularized marine fuel cell systems
    Kristian Holmefjord, Corvus Energy

    Hydrogen as Clean Energy Resource in Western Norway
    Tore Olderkjær Solheimslid, Vestland fylkeskommune

    Closing Remarks
    Nils-Ottar Antonsen, Head of Department IMM, HVL

PhD Candidate
Department of Computer science, Electrical engineering and Mathematical sciences
Department of Computer science, Electrical engineering and Mathematical sciences
Associate Professor
Faculty of Engineering and Science