Over the upcoming weeks Green Power will be delivering a series of interactive webinars that will cover key topics on solar, wind, hydrogen and corporate energy procurement. We have been working with our community of industry experts to bring you the latest insights into the world's energy transition. Our webinars average around 300+ attendees, so you will also have ample opportunity to network with others through our chat and Q&A functionalities.
Interested in taking part? We are looking for a select number of commercial partners to communicate their expertise and insights. If you would like to get involved in any of the following webinars then please get in touch with us by emailing Oliver.Sawyer@greenpowerglobal.com or phoning us on
+44(0) 20 3355 4208.
Courses and Reports
|World Hydrogen Policy Report|
• Why Hydrogen and the renewable hydrogen colour debate
• The art of hydrogen policy-making
• Local content practice and policy in a hydrogen economy
• Smartenergy specific case study
• Specific national hydrogen policies including EU, France, Italy, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Japan and Korea, Australia, Morocco, Russia and the USA
|World Hydrogen Insights & Hydrogen 101 Workshop|
Our brand new 93 page book of key hydrogen insights and reports written over the past couple of months by hydrogen expert, Dr. John Massey. You can now purchase this book, along with a digital recording of our Hydrogen 101 Masterclass, a 3 hour workshop delivered by Dr John Massey.
Watch our previous webinars on-demand...
|Understand your losses: How can AI boost PV performance|
This webinar reveals a cutting-edge AI research project by global project developers Scatec Solar and Equinor, along with AI experts Prediktor and Norway’s Institute for Energy Technology. Understand your solar plant’s underperformance issues, learn how AI translates to PV portfolio performance and discover approaches and case studies for AI development.
|Spanish Clean Hydrogen Opportunities|
A 45-minute online webinar covering the opportunity in Spain to develop and scale the hydrogen production and distribution industry. 2 key speakers and an interactive Q & A session will give attendees a deep dive understanding of the strategic opportunities.
|Hydrogen & Renewables||
This 45-minute online webinar covered the opportunity for considerable growth of the renewable industry to power clean hydrogen electrolysis. 2 key speakers and an interactive Q & A session took place to give attendees a deeper understanding of the strategic opportunities.
|Hydrogen: Greening the Gas Grid||
This 45-minute online webinar covered the opportunity to achieve the strongest demand signal to scale the hydrogen production and distribution industry. 4 key speakers and an interactive Q & A session will give attendees a deep dive understanding of the strategic opportunities.
Utilising digitalisation to maximise operational performance
Digitalisation is disrupting the energy sector. Data is now a valuable commodity. Discover an in-depth case study of how global IPP Scatec Solar is leveraging digital platforms to optimise their production yields for the 1,904 MW of solar assets currently in operation and under construction. Scatec Solar was joined by one of the industry’s leading IT solution providers Prediktor, where they shared their expertise and collaboration on this cutting-edge case study.
Corporate Renewables: Alternative Clean Energy Sources
Corporations pursuing GHG emission reductions and decarbonisation by powering their operations with renewable energy represent different sectors, business sizes and geographies. Despite the significant attention given to corporate PPAs, this solution is often not viable for corporates with lower or fragmented energy consumption. So what alternative solutions exist and which corporate profiles are best suited to each? Watch now to find out more:
|Threats and Opportunities for Renewables in the Face of Covid-19|
During times of great change, the impacts of the coronavirus on the clean energy transition will be profound. However, as one of the world’s least affected industries, it’s not all doom and gloom for the electricity sector, which is predicting increased investment, stronger climate policies facilitating renewables and further advances to its digital operations.