An international conference for a European research program on gas and sustainability
Marc Florette, Bernhard Witschen and Alexander Schwanzer in Brussels on 28 November 2013 (photo: EDGaR/J.-F. Auger)
EDGaR-DVGW Second Joint Conference on Gas Innovation and Sustainability has been held in Brussels on 28 and 29 November 2013. Political representatives, business executives and scientific researchers explored the possibility of a European research program on gas innovation and sustainability. Besides, representatives of both organizations showcased the results of the most advanced researches. (Download the program.)
Netherlands and Germany
France and Austria
Marc Florette (GDF SUEZ), "Energy transition in France, challenges for gas research"
Alexander Schwanzer (ÖVGW), "Gas initiatives in Austria"
Marc van Stiphout in Brussels on 28 November
Mark van Stiphout (European Commission, Cabinet for Energy) (n.a.)
Axel Voss (Member of European Parliament, Energy Committee) (n.a.)
Beate Raabe (General Director, Eurogas) (n.a.)
Gas and related industries
Matthias Müller-Mienack (Elia Group/GridLab), “Evolution of transmission systems as precondition for decarbonisation of electricity supply”
Gert Müller Syring (DBI), “HIPS-NET: establishing a European understanding of admissible hydrogen concentration in the gas grid”
Liquefied natural gas
New gas applications
Holger Dörr (DVGW Research Center at Engler-Bunte-Institute of Karlsruhe Institute for Technology), "Recent progress in gas appliances"
Marcel Volkerts (DNV KEMA), "Gasboard: simulating the future of gas"
Social, legal and economic aspects
Anton Janssen (Alliander), "Conversion and perception: Power to gas and gas to power"
Joachim Müller-Kirchenbauer (TU Clausthal), "Regulatory framework and network modelling"
New gas quality
Jörg Leicher (Gas- und Wärme- Institut Essen e.V.), “Impact of gas quality variations on industrial combustion processes”
Luc Rabou (ECN), "New gases, old-time quality"
Rolf Künneke (Delft University of Technology), “System integration: societal and technical challenges of future energy systems”
Dirk Müller (E.ON Energy Research Center), “Energy efficient building with co-generation”
Summary and conclusion
Gerald Linke (E.ON), "Summary of the thematic sessions"
Frank Graf (EBI)
Frank Gröschl (DVGW)
Catrinus Jepma (University of Groningen and Energy Delta Institute)
Hartmut Krause (DBI)
Rolf Künneke (Delft University of Technology)
Howard B. Levinsky (University of Groningen and DNV KEMA)
Gerald Linke (E.ON New Built & Technology)
Luc Rabou (ECN)
Bert Wiersema (EDGaR)
Mannes Wolters (KIWA)
Ludmilla Asarow (DVGW)
Jean-François Auger (EDGaR)
Albertha Bloemhoeff (EDGaR)
Dity van Dijk-Jonkman (EDGaR)
Dongdong Niu (DVGW)
Uwe Wetzel (DVGW)
For questions about this event, please contact Dr. Jean-François Auger, program manager EDGaR, at +31(0)50.363.4778 or email@example.com.