Mobility and infrastructures
08 November at 2:00 pm
Our mission? For three hours, we must retrace our steps one by one to return to this success, rediscover the milestones, from the founding principles to the fundamentals of progress, at every point where they have been decisive: technologies, infrastructure, financing, economic models, safety, standards and industrialisation.
What starting points? What vision? What opportunities? What obstacles? How have we responded to the challenges of technological diversity, industrialisation of cells and tanks, decarbonated hydrogen production, usage pooling, availability of infrastructure or profitability threshold? What were the key turns? What was the momentum gathered during the scale-up in 2030?
The hydrogen mobility experts will be with us to see how our theories and strategies face up to reality, requirements and local constraints, equipped with the keys to our established progress and success.
These major moments – visualised, explored, integrated – during thematic workshops will be shared at plenary sessions. From this unique experience will arise, without a doubt, the 5 concrete, conceptualised and consolidated actions to be initiated today, to create sustainable hydrogen mobility tomorrow.
Committed mobility players, constructors, parts manufacturers and suppliers for the automobile, vehicles and motor industry, the hydrogen production industry, infrastructure, regulations, financing, fleet or territory management… join us and get the most out of this acceleration!
The “labs” will be all in English
The team preparing the lab
Clean Hydrogen Partnership
Board member and 1st Vice-President
Mrs. Bouillon-Delporte is within Michelin in charge of the hydrogen topics from an ecosystem perspective. Mrs. Bouillon-Delporte has worked for more than 20 years for several top leading automotive Tier one manufacturers. She has a track record in both aftermarket and OE automotive industries and acquired a strong expertise in marketing clean technology innovations.
Since May 20222 Mrs. Bouillon-Delporte is an independent board member of Lhyfe, a pioneer in industrial green hydrogen production.
Mrs. Bouillon-Delporte holds a master’s degree in International Management from Kedge Business school and an executive degree in International Management from ESSEC Paris.
In January 2021 she was selected to be Knight of the Order of the French Legion of Honour. A few weeks after she also received from Green Univers and Andera Partners the Prize of Women in energy transition 2021 in the category: private sector industrials. Early 2019 she was selected by La Tribune as one of the 100 persons who are transforming France and won the Prize “transforming France 2019” in the mobility category. In 2017 she was one of the candidates selected to the WBCSD Leadership Women Award 2017
Mrs. Bouillon-Delporte is also one of the founders of the automotive association WAVE (Women Automotive and Vehicles in Europe) whose mission is to attract more women into the automotive industry
H2 inter-regional coordinator
I have an engineer diploma in the mechanical designing field. After professionnal expériences in industy, i have worked for ADEME for 12 years first on sustainable building, then smart grid and hydrogen topic since 2020.
Born in 1971 in Valence (France), David Holderbach graduated in aerospace engineering from Arizona State University. He started his career at Renault in 1996 as Thermal Comfort Manager before joining Auto Chassis International (ACI, Renault Group) in 2002 as a Project Engineer, then as Engineering Manager at ACI Japan. In 2006, he joined Nissan as Program Manager on the D platform, then returned to Renault Group in 2009 where he led the cross-functional team in charge of Product synergies. In 2010, David was appointed Segment Chief Product Specialist of the Global Access range. Three years later, he became America Program Director, within the Americas Region, based in Brazil. In September 2018, he returned to Europe as After Sales Europe Project Director and then became After-Sales Director of Renault Benelux where he completed the merger of After-Sales and Quality of Service.
Since June 3, 2021, David is Chairman of the HYVIA joint venture created between Renault Group and Plug Power, which leads the way towards a complete ecosystem of technologies and services for hydrogen mobility.
Innovation Program Director, Energy & Propulsion
Bruno Jamet is Director of Energy & Propulsion Programs. He supports innovation projects involving thermal, hybrid, battery-powered and hydrogen engines. His team animates and accelerates the regional hydrogen networks in the Burgundy-Franche-Comté and Grand Est regions. He created the H2 channel in the Grand Est in 2018, alongside 12 other partners, and promoted the creation of H2 clubs with more than 120 members after 18 months. Previously he headed the Peugeot-Motocycles R&D department. Bruno Jamet graduated from IFP-School, and ENSAM class of 2001.
As a collaboration designer with over 20 years of experience, Tanja works with organizations and communities to facilitate the transition to a more just and nature-positive world. With deep listening and creativity, she helps unlock fertile ideas and clear action.
Ecological transition delegate
Passionate about collective intelligence and group dynamics – and strongly believing in the “wisdom of crowds” – I love to keep developing and practicing my skills to help organizations (and society!) face their daily challenges by mobilizing the most important asset they have: the people working for them!
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