PhD lunch talk – The Hydrogen hype: state of play and future trends


About the speaker
Alexander Hoogsteyn obtained his MSc from KU Leuven in and 2021, with a major in Electrical Engineering, minor in Power System Engineering. Then he completed a traineeship at the EU Agency for Cooperation of Energy Regulators, after which he returned to KU Leuven to pursue a PhD in Mechanical Engineering at the Energy System Integration and Modelling research group. Here he investigates the role of hydrogen in industrial decarbonization, and the impact hydrogen policies have on energy markets. He is also affiliated with EnergyVille in Genk. He has a particular interest in carbon markets, subsidy schemes and energy system optimization. On Renewable Reads he talks about energy to a broader audience.