Hydrogen Breakfast Series - Energy networks for the Hydrogen Economy
In this third event in the Hydrogen Breakfast series, we will take a look at Energy Networks for the Hydrogen Economy. Professor Marko Hinkkanen, a member of Leadership team of the Aalto Hydrogen Innovation Center will open the event, and give an overview of Hydrogen-related research in the Aalto School of Electrical Engineering. We will then take a view on networks for the Hydrogen economy, including the interplay between hydrogen pipelines and the electricity transmission network. Sara Kärki, Senior Vice president at Gasgrid Finland will give a perspective on this from the standpoint of a gas network operator. Janne Seppänen, Professor of Practice at Aalto & Senior Expert at Fingrid will give the corresponding viewpoint from the electricity transmission network side.
The audience may find it interesting to review the joint Fingrid & Gasgrid report linked here (only in Finnish).
The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion of all speakers, which will also be joined by Kimmo Karhu, Assistant Professor, at Aalto School of Engineering who is part of the BalticSeaH2 project.
- Marko Hinkkanen, Associate Professor, School of Electrical Engineering, Aalto University
- Sara Kärki, Senior Vice President, Hydrogen Development, Gasgrid
- Janne Seppänen, Professor of Practice, School of Electrical Engineering, Aalto University & Senior expert, Fingrid
- Kimmo Karhu, Assistant Professor, School of Science (panel only)
Speakers' slides from the event
Aalto University H2 Innovation Center
The H2 Innovation Center works to enable a sustainable hydrogen society by facilitating world-leading research at Aalto, and collaboration between our research community, companies, policymakers and external research organizations.