This June, the world’s hydrogen and fuel cell community will come together in Zaragoza, Spain for the World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2016 (WHEC 2016). SHHP´s Erik Wiberg, Analyst at Hydrogen Sweden will be one of the speakers on Initial hydrogen infrastructure in Sweden.
– The energy situation in Sweden in quite different from the rest of Europe, since about half of the power generation is from hydropower and half from nuclear, besides a few percent wind and bio energy. Electricity is clean and comparably cheap, and natural gas on the other hand is quite expensive. However, as non-fossil fuel is needed for vehicles, the power generation from wind could be increased for use as a local clean hydrogen production, says Erik Wiberg.