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Event-Details Web-Seminar: OCEAN TECH 2020 - Facilitating increased bilateral collaboration between Germany and Norway | AHK Norwegen

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Datum: 26.11.2020 09:00

Das Cluster für Erneuerbare Energien Hamburg (EEHH), die AHK Norwegen, GCE Ocean Technology und das Maritime Cluster Norddeutschland laden Sie herzlich zu einem internationalen Web-Seminar und Workshop zum Theme "Offshore & Maritime Technologies" unter Beteiligung von EEHH-Geschäftsführer Jan Rispens ein.

 

International Web-Seminar:

"OCEAN TECH 2020 -  Facilitating increased bilateral collaboration between Germany and Norway"

am Donnerstag, den 26. November 2020, von 09:00 bis 12:30 Uhr

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The Ocean Industries are of great importance for value creation in Norway and Germany. Some of the world's most high-tech vessels sail under Norwegian and German flags and are built and equipped at Norwegian and German shipyards, with equipment and technology from Norwegian and German suppliers. Both countries are dependent on offshore energy production and are in the process of building up valuable expertise and positioning themselves for significant production of either bottom-fixed or floating offshore wind in the years to come. Several visions are currently being developed for the role that the North Sea and the Baltic Sea will play towards 2050 in order to be able to contribute to achieving the climate goals in the Paris Agreement and in the EU's climate policy. 

Discussions about developing the North Sea as a hub for hydrogen production or transport based on either renewable wind power or CO2-purified natural gas are prominent in both countries. Both countries also have an interest in developing a predictable framework for the extraction of minerals on the seabed, which is expected to be an important future industry. At the same time, the need to initiate ambitious measures to prevent plastic waste, pollution and destruction of marine ecosystems is increasing. 

In short, there is both a need for and opportunities for increased bilateral cooperation on the development and management of the ocean space, and the opportunities will probably only increase in the years ahead.

 

09:00 Welcome & Introduction
  Michael Kern | AHK Norway
  Dr. Gisle Nondal | R&D Manager | GCE Ocean Technology
   
  The Norwegian Government’s Ocean Strategy
  Birgit Løyland | Director General | Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries
   
  The German Maritime Strategy and the Role of European-wide Collaboration and Coordination
  Anne Jacobs-Schleithoff | Head of Division Maritime Industry | German Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (tbc)
   
10:00 Low Carbon Offshore Energy
   
  Industry Needs – What is needed to enable offshore hydrogen production
  Jan Rispens | Managing Director | Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster Agency
   
  Aquaventus - Hydrogen Offshore in the German North Sea
  Sabine Weth | Country Manager Norway | Kongstein
   
10:30 Clean Maritime Solutions
   
  Energy Transition Outlook: Maritime ETO Forecast
  Tore Longva | DNV GL
   
  Green Shipping: Battery and Fuel Cell Technology
  Joachim Hoffmann | Global Head for H2 & Alternative Energy Concepts | Siemens Energy
   
11:00 Digitalisation and Digital Twins
   
  Moving towards a Data Driven Maritime Industry
  Dr. Christian Møller | CTO | Kongsberg Digital
   
  Rostock Ocean Initiative
  Prof. Dr. Uwe Freiherr von Lukas | Fraunhofer IGD
   
11:30 Workshops - Exploring Potential for Cross-Border Cooperation on Concrete Projects and Initiatives
   
  Data and DigitalisationFacilitator: Thomas Wikberg | Kongsberg Digital
   
  How to Tackle the Energy Transition in the Maritime Industry - Facilitator: Hans Anton Tvete | DNV GL
   
  Low Carbon Offshore Energy - Facilitator: Dr. Steffen Knodt | Wärtsilä
   
12:20 Wrap-Up
  Michael Kern | AHK Norway
  Dr. Gisle Nondal | R&D Manager | GCE Ocean Technology

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