09:00 h
Ángel Niño Quesada
Concejal delegado de Área de Innovación y Empleo del Ayuntamiento de Madrid
Francisco López
Gasnam President
09:30 h
Sustainability, Ambition and Resilience, the new challenges for the transformation of heavy transport.

The energy sector is actively working to accelerate the introduction of renewable gases in heavy transport, but for this it is necessary to take action and focus on resolving the 4 limiting factors identified: The price of energy, The development of a specific regulation applicable to the “life cycle” of the new fuels, the provision of engines and storage systems on board with an optimal energy intensity according to the powers and autonomy required, the improvement in the efficiency of the engines

Claudio Rodríguez – Moderador
Director General de Infraestructuras en Enagás Transporte S.A.U.
Pablo González
Director de Frontier Economics
Stefano De Marco
General Manager Sales. Market Innovation Cruise & Ferry at Wärtsilä
Chris Smith
Managing Director at G-Volution
10:15 h
Guarantees of origin, certificates of sustainability and obligations of advanced biofuels in transport

RD 376/2020 creates the system of guarantees of origin for renewable gases and establishes the objectives for the penetration of advanced biofuels and biogas in transport. In this round table we will learn from the main actors: the Ministry of Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge and the Technical Manager of the Gas System, the advances in the development of the Guarantees of Origin platform and the SICBIOS tool that will enable the management of the information related to biomethane in the current system of obligations for the sale or consumption of biofuels for use in transport.

Eugenia Sillero – Moderadora
Secretary General of Gasnam
Jose Luis Cabo
Subdirector General de Hidrocarburos y Nuevos Combustibles en Ministerio para la Transición Ecológica y el Reto Demográfico
Inés Melchor
Gerente de Garantías de Origen en Enagás
Silvia Sanjoaquín Vives
Directora Nuevos Negocios en Naturgy
11:30 h
Multi-energy hubs: catalysts for the decarbonization of transport

In this round table we will address the role of supply infrastructures and the development of multi-energy hubs in ports and main logistics nodes, which act as catalysts for the introduction of bioLNG or Hydrogen, providing joint solutions for the different modes of transport and reducing specific costs of each mobility.

Rubén Esteller – Moderador
Deputy Director of elEconomista
Natalia Latorre
General Manager of Energy Transition at Enagás
Manuel Arana
President of Puertos del Estado
12:00 h
The challenge of developing the hydrogen supply network in the Iberian Peninsula

Hydrogen is a priority energy vector to achieve climate neutrality in transport, but for this it is a priority to guarantee the availability of the hydrogen refueling infrastructure. The levers that will accelerate the development of the network.

Teresa Rasero
President of Air Liquide Spain
Nuno Moreira
CEO Dourogas Group
Fidel López Soria
CEO Redexis
Rubén Esteller – Moderador
Deputy Director of elEconomista
12:45 h
The fuel cell. The heart of hydrogen mobility.

We bring together the main manufacturers and integrators of fuel cells for mobility in order to analyze and discuss both the current state of the technology and the expectations of future development in terms of its main performance parameters, such as the membrane technology used, the power density, its durability and reliability, its cost per kW produced and depending on the volume of production. Present applications and ideal future applications.

Álvaro Sauras – Moderador
Jefe Técnico de Autofácil y EVO_Magazine España.
José Manuel Gregorio Sánchez
Director de Tecnologías de Hidrógeno de Ajusa
Emilio Nieto
Director del Centro Nacional de Hidrógeno y Pilas de Combustible
13:30 h
Hydrogen value chain: from R&D to the end customer.

Renewable hydrogen is presented as one of the great bets in the face of decarbonization. We will analyze the value chain of renewable hydrogen, from its production to its dispensing and use by the end customer.

Marcos López-Brea – Moderador
Director General de DH2 Energy y Director del programa ejecutivo en hidrógeno renovable de la EOI (Escuela de Organización Industrial)
Beatriz Almena Muñoz
Gerente Desarrollo de Negocio Hidrógeno (Iberia) at Repsol
Enrique Gómez de Priego Fernández
CEO de Sunrgyze
Gabriel Palacios Roblizo
Responsable Técnico Tecnologías de Hidrógeno en Patentes Talgo
Celia Rocamora Valero
Gestor Sr Hidrógeno Movilidad en Repsol

Will there soon be hydrogen available for the transport sector? Will we have fuel cell vehicles? Will hydrogen be able to compete in costs with other technologies? We will try to answer these questions through the projects that have already begun to be developed in our country.

15:30 h
Case study 1: The first hydrogen for public use in Spain

A pioneering, real and scalable project for the production of green hydrogen that allows TMB buses and other fleets to have a zero-emission solution.

Javier Pollos Ezquerra – Moderador
Hydrogen consultant Partner in AtlantHy and cofounder of El Podcast del Hidrógeno
Josep Ariño
Technical director at TMB
Yeray Fernández
Green Hydrogen Origination and Business Development at Iberdrola
16:15 h
Case study 2: Mobility in hydrogen vehicles, a reality within everyone’s reach

Traveling by hydrogen bus or VTC is already a reality in Spain, the companies that have made it possible will share their experience in this round table.

Pedro Martín – Moderador
Miguel Ángel Alonso Julia
Sandra García Agudiez
Oscar Maciñeiras
Carlos Escudero

AUDITORIUM 2 (from 12:00 h)

12:15 h
Development of the Fit for 55 regulatory package: impact on the maritime sector (DGMM)

The ‘Fit for 55’ legislative package is named after the commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the European Union by 55% by 2030 (compared to the emissions recorded in 1990). This package entails a comprehensive set of changes to the current emissions trading regime including emissions from shipping, a proposed revision of the Energy Taxation Directive, together with the FuelEU Maritime regulation promoting the use of renewable and low-carbon fuels in shipping to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions intensity of energy used on board ships by up to 75% by 2050.

Benito Núñez
Director General of Marina Mercante
12:30 h
BioLNG in international maritime transport

The global shipping industry is facing unprecedented challenges as environmental regulations tighten. BioLNG provides an immediate solution. In this talk Steve Esau, CEO of SeaLng will present the advances of this renewable energy in the maritime sector

Steve Esau
12:50 h
LNG Bunkering: At present and expected market development

The Bunkering industry is going through a complete business transformation. New low carbon fuels are gradually being added to the conventional supply, as a way to help shipowners and operators with an increasingly stringent environmental regulation. LNG is playing a critical role within this transformation and the LNG bunkering business is gradually expanding worldwide. This presentation will describe how Peninsula is leading this substantial business transformation.

Nacho de Miguel
Director of Alternative Fuels and Sustainability at Peninsula
13:05 h
Methane slip: origen, reducción y encaje en los objetivos de la OMI y UE

The maritime sector works tirelessly to offer solutions that minimize the problem of methane emissions. In this presentation we will learn about the latest advances and technological improvements to deal with the IMO regulations and Fit for 55 of the EU

Fernando Marcos
Sales Manager at MAN Energy Solutions

The maritime sector works tirelessly to offer solutions that minimize the problem of methane emissions. In this presentation we will learn about the latest advances and technological improvements to deal with the IMO regulations and Fit for 55 of the EU.

13:20 h
Marine fuel cell applications

At the forefront of innovation, Bureau Veritas has published in January 2022 its rules for the arrangement and installation of fuel cell power systems on board ships for the supply of electrical or thermal energy This class rule is based on the latest innovations, recent developments and experience gained working on fuel cell projects on board. In this session, Julien Boulland will share the technical and scientific background associated with hydrogen fuel cells, then present the current status of IMO regulations and BV class rules, and finally provide some highlights. of typical ship projects. (a coastal ship and an inland navigation ship).

Julien Boulland
Market leader Sustainable shipping, Head-office Commercial Departement, Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore
13:45 h
(EN) Future proof shipping solutions

GTT has provided its technology on board more than 700 LNG and FSRU carriers. A few years ago, GTT began adapting its technology to a new market: LNG as a fuel. Today, there are more than 80 LNG-fueled ships with GTT technology in service or in order.
A few years ago, GTT began adapting its technology to a new market: LNG as a fuel. Today, there are more than 80 LNG-fueled ships with GTT technology in service or in order.
Continuously innovating, GTT is now helping shipowners future-proof their fleets by preparing ammonia to meet demanding regulatory requirements in the likely future with more standardized and digitized control.
Finally, GTT is currently working on a new liquid hydrogen carrier concept.

Amine El Kadiri
Business Development Manager GTT
14:00 h
Technological capacity of engineering in the transition of fuels for mobility in the naval sector.

Once the regulatory frameworks on emission control have been established, the Spanish industry must technologically accompany shipowners, operators and charterers in the transition from alternative fuels with viable, sustainable and profitable solutions.
The challenge of engineering is to be able to develop scalable projects for this energy transition complying with the requirements of IMO.

Mª Angeles López Castejón
Naval Project Manager & CCPC Certificated Co-active Coach at SENER
14:15 h
Networking break

There is an unanimous agreement: the fuel cell is a ‘key technology’ for achieving ‘CO2 emission – free high-tonnage transport’ in the future. These trucks are getting closer to the roads every day, but what are the technological challenges that must be overcome? How will the refueling net be like? When will the serial productions begin? At this table we will try to answer these questions from the main manufacturers in the sector.

We will analyze the value chain of three real success stories, from the production of biomethane, network injection and certification of renewable gas or direct use in vehicles. A tal To this end we have waste managers, technologists, marketers and end users who will share their experience.

15:30 h
Use case 1: Biomethane certification and use in freight transport
Luis Francisco Blanco – Moderador
Manuel Arias
Luis Miguel Berdasco
Toni Murugó
16:15 h
Case study 2: Direct application in vehicles of biomethane produced in landfill

Is it possible to use the biomethane produced in a landfill directly in a vehicle? The Life Landfill Biofuel project shows us that it is. FCC Environment and IVECO will present the results of this project, from production to use in the vehicle.

Alberto Casillas – Moderador
Director of RETEMA
Gabriel Morales Barreras
Gestor de Proyectos de I+D+i de tratamiento de residuos en FCC Medio Ambiente
José Luis Pérez Souto
Consultor de Producto. Combustibles Alternativos en IVECO