Dariusz Jachowicz, president of the ASE Technology Group: We expect economic growth and the influx of many companies to the north due to the construction of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea, which will generate cheap energy. In response to the needs of entrepreneurs, we decided to organize own Green Energy Tricity conference in Gdańsk.
ASE Technology Group is a member of the Baltic Sea and Space Cluster and the coordinator of BALTIC GREEN TECH HUB, a hub for the design and production of green energy warehouses and distributors.
One of the fuels is hydrogen, on the basis of which it is also possible to produce a liquid fuel, i.e. methanol.
Fertilizer producers, in turn, are considering the production of ammonia from hydrogen, while steel mills are entering hydrogen solutions in which hydrogen replaces coal.
At the moment, hydrogen technologies are developing very strongly, especially in countries that have access to green energy in large quantities. A good example is Norway, which uses hydropower.
Due to the ESG reporting obligation, entities using fossil fuels will have to switch to “green” fuels.