Free Webinar

Maximizing Electrolysis Efficiency

July 5, 2023 - 4 pm (Berlin Time), 10 am (New York), 10 pm (Beijing)

Webinar Presenters

  • Dr. Avigail Landman

    Senior Researcher and Electrochemist, H2Pro

  • Philipp Lückerath

    VP Commercial, H2Pro

  • Dr. David Wenger

    Webinar Host, Founder and CEO Mission Hydrogen

What You Will Learn In The Webinar
Electrolysis has efficiency challenges. The primary efficiency concern with electrolysis lies in the energy losses that occur during the process. Electrolyzers are also prohibitively expensive today due to high cost of materials and complex system designs
If we want to see widescale adoption of green hydrogen, we must solve these issues.

H2Pro is dedicated to making green hydrogen more affordable by developing an advanced electrolyzer called E-TAC. This system efficiently splits water at a rate of 95% and utilizes cost-effective materials. Its membraneless design allows for easy scalability and seamless integration with renewable energy sources.
In this webinar, Philipp Lückerath, VP Commercial and Dr. Avigail Landman, Senior Researcher and Electrochemist at H2Pro will explain the science behind H2Pro’s technology, their vision, and the path they will take to deliver the world’s lowest cost green hydrogen.
H2Pro is headquartered in Caesarea, Israel, and was established in 2019 after extensive research conducted at the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology. With substantial funding exceeding $100 million, H2Pro has garnered support from prominent investors and strategic partners such as Breakthrough Energy Ventures (founded by Bill Gates), Temasek Holdings, Horizons Ventures, ArcelorMittal, Yara Growth Ventures, OurCrowd, COPEC, Hyundai, Sumitomo Corporation, Extantia, Bazan, Doral, and New Fortress Energy.

Sponsors of the Mission Hydrogen Webinar Series:​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​GOLDHexagon Purus, NEUMAN & ESSER GROUP, Wenger Engineering GmbHWenger Hydrogen GmbH
Silver: Atlas CopcoBurckhardt Compression AG​​​​​​​Dräger Safety, Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies​​​​​​​MSA – The Safety CompanySiemens AG, thyssenkrupp nuceraVOSS Holding GmbH + Co. KG​​​​​​​
Bronze: PHOENIX CONTACTSiren Energy

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