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The Planet & Smart Cities: Energy futures: AI, hydrogen and carbon reducing tech

Tackling climate change, and at the same time meeting the world’s energy needs, is one of the greatest challenges faced. What is the future of energy? How can technology accelerate the planet’s move towards cleaner energy? This session looks at AI, hydrogen and carbon reducing tech as ways to transform the energy sector.

Featuring:

Ana Quelhas - Managing Director, Hydrogen Business Unit - EDP Renewables

Syrie Crouch - VP CCS - Shell

Jessica Fan - Principle Product Manager - Mckinsey QuantumBlack (Moderator)

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Ana Quelhas
Managing Director for Hydrogen at EDP Renewables
Syrie Crouch
VP CCS at Shell
Jessica Fan
Manager (Sustainability Practice) at McKinsey & Company

•Oil and gas professional with 30 years experience including at the Vice President level in a major International Oil Company. •Portfolio and major project delivery experience across the full hydrocarbon lifecycle but with particular expertise in early project appraisal, valuation and maturation. •Front End Development Manager for Shells first Carbon Capture and Sequestration project (Quest) in Canada. •Active in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) program encouraging women to remain in technical careers, Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial and Exeter.

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Good morning, and welcome to day to see if the car gets Festival. My name is Anushka Sharma and I'm the emcee for the stage today. This is the planet and small City stage and a little bit about me. I am the founder of attack and space Innovation consultancy. Not and I'm really delighted to be here to take you three today. We put a jam-packed day. But let me tell you more about the stage in the kind of content. You can expect it's all hands on deck in the time to fight and possible for up on it with cup. 26 at 26, climate talks in the great, hadwin's a

building for real Pappas from clean. Trump's boat to energy transition out of patience and resilient Solutions and finance. We're taking into some of the strands of climate Tech. Joanna to hear about hydrogen decade about our hydrogen decade and how a I can unlock energy Netflix and open up forest and farming,. Animation firing autistic by generation of spreading the climate climate action message. We'd love to have you join our conversation online today. So, if you're on Twitter, social media, please eat hashtag 2021 and join in

and let us know. I'm with that are fast. Action today is on our Energy, Futures artificial intelligent hydrogen and carbon reducing tack tack and climate change. And at the same time, you think some of the wild energy needs is one of the greatest challenges faced. What is the future of energy? How can technology accelerate the planets move towards cleaner? Energy. This session is going to look at a, I am calling Ricky same text as ways to transform the energy sector. I'm delighted to

walk. Mom was just on principle. Can Jessica. Good morning? I'm a consultant at McKinsey Channel with two of our leaders in this industry today. Finally. We have Siri Crouch from Michelle vice president for carbon capture and sequestration and show. Fantastic, I meet was to have Anna from EDP Renewables Ayana. Hello? Hello. Everyone. My name is a director for the hydrogen business unit within the renewable. It's a pleasure to be here with you. Sharing the stage with her. Thank you

Grace. Let's kick off as mentions. The goal of limiting, good woman to 1.5 degrees one, that requires a significant move away from traditional energy sources, as well as of new technology and Innovation and Siri up as leaders in the field. And I love to start the conversation with you. Say, Anna. Can you tell us a bit about how the, how do you see the role of hydrogen in the arrow energy transition, and how it compares to other types of renewable sources such as solar and wind. I think it's that more and more of them

are recognized and general. That's the decapitation. Effort will really require a tremendous change in the way we can soon. And in the way with reduce energy and there are some friends that are fully recognized and unanimous. So, one of them, I would say, that's a major Trend will be that the energy, the volume of energy that we can soon. We'll have to significantly. Decrease going forward through many process of energy-efficiency, but not only the volume will reduce. But the meek, the composition of energy types that we could do. We will

consuming the future will be completely different from at the mix of final energy that we have today. And a major trend is that electrification the right to education will significantly increase and, and, and penetrate, and Indiana to use that. Today are not directly YG 500 replacing, a fossil fuel with you also. Many many application through, of course, through renewable. But if we really want it fully decarbonize. We also have to recognize that directly at you because you will not be able to do it. All directly

expectation will not be able to penetrate inside utilization of energy that require very high temperature heat for instance, or where batteries will have a hard time, delivering the needs for for, for those particular application. And so in those 40 Quest actors deaths in in this context and in those particular sector that renewable hydrogen and other forms of renewable gases come into play and end by by 2050. What's today, has almost no expression in the final Energy Mix can represent about

one-fifth of the the the energy consumption by them and Maybe you can tell us about, you know, what others through talk. You can quiz for hydrogen that thought you see in the Fockers the application and the use of hydrogen for the exam that they uses, where there are no other father at technology start. No other routes to to decarbonize in the more cost-effective way. And in this face, pretty much the septic tank of Industry applications for Linda's place

and actually 23 24. Per cent of the global emissions, coming from industrial activities, and weaving, the industrial facilities, the steelmaking and salmon, represent about 78% each. And these are the applications where hydrogen can reduce the most ignition in a steel Franklin, Special. I'm cold. And so I would say that still making payments and in most likely the production of ammonia and the chemical space will be the top three applications of hydrogen in the future.

Fantastic, thank you so much is Siri. So we we hug from Nana. You know, I shouldn't is going to be used to be positive Bates. A two-wheel to hear about CCS being pulled out in in Austin, the same for the conversation and some people believe that it is that are pushing the problem of mission statements, the teacher. Can you tell us how you see the world as he is getting us 202? Such a steel cement, Refinery oral actually. Because the same reason that you're looking

at the moment, they are still working very heavily with apple peels and so you can have a choice, you can move to question or indeed. You can capture the call button and saw the coffin. But I see to get to the scale of hearts. In the we're acquiring you're actually going to need two colors of function. So that's green High Gym, which is made through electrolyzers, but actually blue and you capture and store the CO2, the temperature at 1.5 spacing or Ian from the International Panel for climate change.

It can be the International Energy Authority shell has its own scenarios. They still say that regardless of a move towards by energy transition. We going to need ccs and we're going to need it and it's saying it's about 3 to 12 tickets comes to animal CCs is required. Now, I don't know about you. Put it in context, if the entire population of the world, stood on a scale. We Way North Point five digits. The global consumption of plastic is 1 kg in tonnes per annum and I see the car an oil and gas industry is about 5 tickets on Branham. And the whole thing here is actually

what you're saying. We need is something roughly the size of the car oil and gas industry, but with the molecules of writing and reverse. Now, the reason for that is between 3 and 12 gigatons is it depends how fast we and by that? I mean the global we move in the energy transition. So the Foster we moved to solarwinds excetra. Then you get closer to that time space, the slower we move, the more you get to the 12 ft x, Branham spice. But either way, I'll visualization like fights. Did you have as you realized that?

Either way, there is a vast quantity of carbon capture and storage that is required if we going to meet at the Paris climate agreement. Makes sense, makes sense. Indeed a challenge and how much gross things he has capacity. Do you see things to demand from hydrogen buses, other interesting? Cuz when I started looking very much at CCS for industrial hubs looking very much with working with a lot of the same clients that I know was a leading to the steel sector, the cement sector Allroad emissions from my own

assets and actually as we go deeper into the conversation, I realize that we've got two options. We can do direct capture of CO2 from that flu Stacks Etc or indeed. We can potentially do indirect capture. What do I mean by that? Like a side going straight into their manufacturing process and helping them? He called the noise while they keep the same Energy System throughout. And then the indirect one is like I said, maybe they choose to move to hydrogen, but my chin isn't that at the scale that these industries require at this point in time, but we

can get there a lot faster. If we go to Blue Ocean. So we can do indirect your, to capture by creating and providing the industry with highest event in time. When the green Huygens scales off a ramp stop, we can transition equally to bring hydrogen, but that is probably some distance in the future, because, of course, electrolytes are in competition for electricity, for other uses, for such about houses. Heating excetra. Yes, absolutely. About to you. I know you know, how is Jen has had many hives in the pause the next

in your mind. What do you think makes this time different? Yeah, it's a very interesting question and it ended the realities that hydrogen have hiked in the past that did them to succeed, or at least you didn't ask for. This is strong enough for us to to, to have hydrogen today as as a mainstream. And in the process, I guess their motivations for the heights of how to change were completely different and the motivations we have today, but I will say that in the past, the motivations were some

kind of disruptions in Eaton, in, in the availability of fossil fuel and that led to the increase in prices. And so there was a search for alternative energy sources and that's in those those circumstances led to the heights of height of hydrogen. But then, as soon as you know, that disruption Pastor in in some new sources of a fossil fuel, Forex exploited and our unborn unlocked and that the hydrogen hype, the excitement, just called down. I think today is their motivation is completely different. And I think the most efficient smartphone Demento today

at the drive for us to be here. Talkin about hydrogen. He's really the decarbonization and, and it is a structure in and profound motivation in the decarbonisation, makes us believe that hydrogen will have to play an important part of the solution for a suit to really be able to attend next Euro team in Turkey is 10 in apart from from that, that, that profound and and an infant. The mantle drive. We also have some circumstances that, that, that support has to believe that this height is different.

One of them that, I think it's really a prerequisite for us to believe that hydrogen will succeed is the fat. Renewable themselves. Have the cost of producing electricity from Renewables has significantly decreased in the past. And this is important input on the cost of producing hydrogen and international, electricity represents 50 or 60, per-cent of the cost of producing a green hydrogen today. And and as long as he's caused, if you need to get in the bath and will continue to do to decrease going forward. And also as long as we get scared to be able to take

advantage of a reduction in prices, and the cost competitiveness of hydrogen is also pursuing a Sheetz on Route and all of these circumstances really make this the same around different type. I actually believe. That's great. And Jeremih. I hope this time it would be just just just the height and Siri, you know on a dimension that hydrogen is still still requires a significant investment. As we think of it is still a relatively expensive technology. And

how do you think we can make the cost be become more competitive with other solution in the future and what others are Market mechanisms and otherwise that we can achieve that. Yes, thanks Jessica. I don't know if you noticed but decades ago or a decade supposed to go or I was development manager. So, I'll Quest CCS projects and kind of just over six years and it's in that. It was supposed to get kind of that point in time and we had originated. We wanted to make sure that we could show you the world. This could be done. It could be done at industrial scales and we look back at

that. Now we said what we think and I'll take out about 20% to 25% of the coast. So that's already one big dick in the box if you like we're working and I have shell, has a technology which I'm looking at the pulse of traffic cuz a lot of the capture is supposed to be in that patch a piece. Text you two out then you can expect the CO2 and so that's on the ground. However, with that someday, I mean, getting trained on, you lose it. What we do. I change the storage and

the other two are you can still take it out and store it that way because she doesn't lose ye mean solution. We think we can actually eat. Please save something like 20% in the cost that I meant. The other one has mentioned is actually we used to look at it or not. Fundamentally. I would look at we have a point source of CO2. That is the tax or cost on that Sierra too. Full. Can we have some stories on the ground, but I noticed in the conversations. I've been having today. I've been talking much more about industrial scale house. And that's moving from, just that one time. I

actually think what, if we put a CO2 solution in an industrial bloatation. This will be a lot of other Industries around it so I can see how can we open it up to multiple Industries to use the same pipelines and storage solution and that gives you economies of scale potentially. And then finally, of course, like I mentioned that these projects going through the system and the first of a kind is always more expensive and then you have learning how to do the second. By the time we get to, mm, of a kind of those learnings a bank 10:00. So I can

leave us that we can pull to actually improve if you like of ccs. That's great. That's great. And you know, apart from learnings from from research & Steve's efficiencies from different chemical streams. What, what in your mind are the rights of the market mechanisms that's needed to incentivize growth in the space where there is some things around. CCs is Courtney going to around like that and it's the state's got something through. The critical thing here is actually,

how do we get the market forces working for us? And the whole thing here is a look at these companies on. I represent one of those companies who made the net zero emissions on fishing but so is Microsoft, so have Amazon but also countries have made those Japan. As you have a net zero Mission ambition, that means you actually basically have given yourself a carbon budget and you need to work within that called them. Budget has heard the whole thing. There is now suddenly I

have to sit there and lower carbon products to get the price premium because they are required to meet my net zero, emissions budget and said the whole thing here. Is, if we create lava carbon steel, love a carbon cement then. Actually the companies with those big net zero emissions, Ambitions should actually be willing to either pay a price premium for low-carbon product or indeed that they stopped, not purchasing the Hyatt Arbonne products. And so you start getting their Market forces at work today. What we need is we need a way to actually be

assured that. What we put the same as that lower carbon stamp on it and that's where something like in blockchain, which working. Other digital crowds here, but I ain't technology. Can provide that insurance allow us to track and Trace. So let's stay on the steel manufacturer count from storage. And I've got a million tonnes of CO2 that I've stored in Tums. I can push against one kind of Steel and say, it's completely carbon-free, or I can decide to specific Ross, multiple times to steal, and say, they all love at all them

for her. And then blockchain is where you get that insurance time, and it's not ton of Steel. Then goes to a car, manufacturer will something then indeed, by the time that call manufacture, create the Tesla. We're buying because it's an electric vehicle vehicle, that has been made from Lubbock off, and still have a cough and plastic and that's where you actually get the the customer and the consumer really involved. One way where I think you could really get Market. Is driving this as well as the tax breaks and subsidies which is

super interesting. And I guess, you know, what in your mind is going to be like what is it going to take for the Russian economy to take off? Is it what what is it similar to what series had about green premium solar subsidies, how how how do you think about this problem? I really believe that we we we need the comprehensive set of policies. It's not, it's not mean of the subsidies against the market. First. I think we need we need we need both end up in the beginning. We really require some form of government

intervention to kick-start, the demand and end with that create scale that need to be discussed at answer. So I believe that like to like we had in the best for the development of OnStar weaned are our heart or Soul, or which today are the most competitive Technologies to generate electricity almost everywhere in the world, but we didn't get here without the initial and strong support at through it through tax breaks and throw through subsidies at 2, really end and lock. The

beginning of the renewable development. And I think in, in the in the hydrogen spice, we also need A a a set of complimenting policy instruments some more market-driven like, you know, setting and stringent standards or our mandates for the penetration of the oven of a form of energy and you know traceability of how how decarbonized your energy consumption. He's or your energy in factories, with the help of of of blockchain are out of technology. So we look clear Texana me that you can trace back. Of course, that's critical to 22 Pressley, correct.

The value of having a decarbonize product, but on the other hand, we also need your physical instruments and a few to price that really reflect at the cost of a meeting and we can achieve that also through through March. Arrangement Arrangement, like garbage contracts for difference, for example, but I would I also believe that all of these require still require Samsung tablet of subsidies are Grant at 2 to get to support a particular adoption of technology that are very

intensive. Like the adoption of of of Summer and Industrial applications or are some of my tracks application, that have capital n capital caucus require an upfront Capital costs may require and may justify. This type of subsidies in granting the beginning to create the market to get scale and n. And to overcome the the failures and in that we have in the market and sometimes very unfair competition with fossil fuel-based Alternatives. That. Still receive a lot of upset cities from, from, from the best

to the session. We will have some questions with the answer. If you do have any questions for Anna and Siri keto fries person in the shop and thinking about the adoption of these Technologies in, in the in the in the global South as they are moving into a middle-income countries, and the energy consumption would inevitably increase in the in the coming decades. So, how do you see those at a regional disparities in the adaptation of new technologies such as hydrogen

across? Different region. And why do you think that is? Well, actually, I think that and like fossil fuel that are in a very tiny voice distributed globally renewable energy, solar much more democratic and and the equally spread through through through the world. And and we can of course, take advantage of that and I think we will go along those the that direction taking advantage of having this more evenly distributed, resources of energy to also overcame some of the equity at

issues that that that we have today and when it comes to do the hydrogen production renewable hydrogen or the so-called green, hydrogen gas card and some important characteristics are distinctive for from SMR that also can support this more evenly distributed. Adoption of of the economy section because electrolyzers are a very model or technology at. So that means that we can, we can size the production of hydrogen according to the look on consumption that we have. And and by doing that we can

think of a more distributive type of solution or distributed way of really promoting the decarbonization and by doing so we're also promoting Mr. And Equitable and in, in Fair distribution and availability of ability carbonization and Air Force, and dads. And as you mentioned before, the click Start of the hydrogen economy, really will require a lot of changes in in, in the in the policy instruments, also in the physical instruments, so we really have to be very

transparent and very efficient in the way. Design. Those instruments also to you know, prevent negative distribution effect of of this policy. So this is another angle and that we really have to pay good attention on on how we do that. And how can we better ensure that developing countries that we'll start incentive eyes to two adults technologies that should CVS. Not surprising that the moments a lot of the the hubs. That's all it. Should we say in that the next phase of generation are all tend to be based in Europe and in North America, but there's a reason

why I was so keen on the market. He's pissed. Because what I see is actually is that market changes then, and if we start demanding blue of products, then actually, you guess a ripple effect that the energy suppliers to Europe to America, they realize that they need to meet that new market them on. And so if you go to CCS, for example, yes, it would looking at it predominantly at the moment in in Europe and North America, but I actually we've already got projects starting in dirty faces where we looking in the forest in the

Middle East Europe. Love a carbon steel. Then I shall most vile still comes from the far-east. It comes from China that comes from Korea excetera. So is in our supply chain, we stop saying no problem. Then you immediately see that Nocona fact of actually of the the manufacturers trying to create that little call them product and she one of the challenges I also like to put out there is even for the Green Technology. They can be greener and we talked about when we talk about solar and we talked about green high school, but they do you still they all use cement and

they used in large quantities that something like three hundred tons of steel in the window. Now, there's a ton of cocoa want every time a couple want to buy the timer 15 tonnes of CO2. So I'm not joking this on, just the Pure Energy piece. I'm talking about that big industrial manufacturing scale. And actually yeah, he's got a green electrolyzer, but I bring Lexie. If it's the mounting, a percentage of green steel or green cement, and to do that. You need to see CS element on those manufacturing processes and your friend example, we all working. Like I said, with steel

manufacturers out in the forest and Paul are actually. We expand the show uses a lot of carbon steel for our products, for our infrastructure bills, excetra India, pitcher career excetera. So you can definitely see this ripple effect. It is moving. And that's what I think. We really need to get to. Interesting make, maybe just call me back to the topic of blockchain as well. To ensure that these we have the, that the guarantee that these products are indeed green. It. Is

that something you're doing an inch already trained, or have you seen other companies starting to do that? So are we still in a very odd? How much sugar is in tracking the show ulcers? Yes. We are already looking at this in shell and to say, we doing it to CCS know that it's in protest, but we are actually already doing it for Nate's face Solutions of where indeed we can sit there and wake him track you the night to buy Solutions week and then link that through you today. You see. She said final retirement because once you've used them, you

want to make sure that they come to used again. We all doing a dish at least we're working for positive. His Royal Highness has to stangl Market. The elements that we are working to see if we can meet you at 3. Actually bring blockchain through to enable tracking these lower carbon products. The whole way through from. Should we say that the time? The CO2 is stowed 32, indeed its usage and therefore indeed those credits than have to be retired about. Can you maybe tell us about

what you do pee is doing to promote energy transition, and in general, and in particular to be cold free at by 2025 and to be 100% green by 2013. And this will also require an important change change in in our in our operation going forward. We are investing just in in in in renewable Technologies and enabling Technologies, like like like great and the digital In an envelope that it's a very, very clear Target that we set for ourselves and that implies, of course,

a, a tremendous investment in in all of the renewable technology and hydrogen. It's a completely well, in, in our DNA, in any, in the solution that we want to offer to our clients in terms of mutation. So in terms of the high to change spacing for chinqua, I would say that we are looking at hiring and promoting hydrogen Lucien, and in developing projects around, I'll take three types of motivations. One of them is is the clients and your stickers of hydrogen themselves. So, really understanding the needs of the industrial clients and

potential Mobility. An application where the request vacation has a hard time to penetrate. So we're trying to really provide solutions that that bring about out. Galvanized renewable, renewable hydrogen. So really understanding the needs of the potential of takers of hydrogen in the future and setting a project that can help them decarbonize. They process. The second. The second motivation is around at the development of renewable, Renewables and self-development of charred, Oak start and

end in solar power plant. And really hydrogen is, is also any neighbor of a value added to this, to this renewable assets and also taking advantage of some condition since limitations on on the grid connection, power grid connection hydrogen, you know, ameena in, competitive conditions are in favor of our condition is another Avenue that we are pursuing. And I would say that the third type of the engagement project that we are developing relations between hydrogen is around our traditional and conventional power

plants in Portugal. The coal power plants that are all in the process of being decommissioned, at in in in portrait. We found in an upright, Graco car painting in Portugal, Spain, and, and in Brazil, and all of them. Located in in in privileged areas for the development of hydrogen hubs in the future and to the first supply and demand and local consumption and even in the future also to potentially exports to end and promoting to enter the global market of hydrogen. All of them

are in industrial areas. And you know, have infrastructure said we can leverage upon for the development of Railway ghosts Deepwater parts to all of these and and and apart from that, having a good renewable resources in in all of these areas. Also, of course that are the conditions at for us to be at working around those assets to develop the hydrogen house. That's great. Very exciting. Thank you for sharing. And we just have one question from the audience, Siri

House, cable is CCS. And just when these particular geology to make it, cost-effective, geologist. So be careful asking me all these questions because I can go on for hours about this. One thing here is I mentioned already II. What's on the quest project 1 million project in Australia is operating now. I've ten maybe twenty million tonnes per annum. Of course, you need volume for a long. Of time and be able to take that rate. And so there's a few things on the Decide that you need to look up one of which is the the Steel's.

So, the containment I spect. Do you have a good Shale Fields? Do you have a good sort of COPD things that we is going to just see what the oil and gas Allure other Technologies know? Very well. I'm in the other one, is the quality of the rope that you storing it in the quality of the Sandstone except truck and that is kind of tight, the right that you're asking it. So they can. You push that volume of gas through the system and store it safely. But this is all things that George has no one understands and it's just using the experience. We built

over a hundred and fifty years of oil and gas industry and turning that around the same watch. See how come you slice that can actually interesting? Then, are we using those same skills to say, I see, how can we store hydrogen potentially as well? So, it plays out in many aspects. I've great great. And unfortunately, we have run out of time all day. I know the condition can go on for quite a while longer. So I just want to thank you again for being here with us today and thank you for your, all your fantastic inside. And I feel like you have the same conversation in

ten years time and and for her to be on you noticed that the dominant technology as a new technology of everyone in the audience that has listening to say. I hope you enjoy the rest of the festival and brought to you. Jessica, thank you so much. I was such a riveting conversation and what a wonderful Roundup. I don't need to say anything much more than this, and that's it. Thank you. From guys to Jessica Anna and Siri. Next session is going to kick off at 11 a.m. And is going to be on financing and designing. Necessary City will be

back after this break and make sure you stretch your legs and get some fresh air. See you shortly.

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