A warm thank you to all contributors at the MoZEES Annual Meeting 2022!

The meeting took place at Holmen Fjordhotell in Asker on 1-2 November. The two meeting days were organized according to the program overview below, where the open part of the conference (1 November) included plenary and parallel sessions on battery- and hydrogen technologies and systems from leading experts and industry in the field. The final program can be downloaded here. Our esteemed speakers on 1 November included:


  • Lennie Klebanoff (Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore)Hydrogen and Fuel Cells for Maritime Applications: From Sandia Feasibility Studies to First Demonstrations
  • Sonia Yeh (Chalmers University of Technology)Modeling of future transport systems from different point of views: data, technology, behavior, and policy
  • Deborah Jones (University of Montpellier)Membrane and Catalyst Materials and Components Development for Hydrogen Technologies
  • Alexander Blömeke (RWTH Aachen University)Battery Electric Systems for Heavy Duty Transport Applications

Bios and abstracts plenary session


  • Espen Larsen-Hakkebo (Brim Explorer)Learnings from fire on board battery-powered MS Brim
  • Mathias Winther Thorsen (ECO STOR AS)Making second life energy storage safe and viable. Status and future outlook
  • Hanne F. Andersen (IFE) and Ingeborg Kaus (SINTEF) – NABLA: Battery Cell fabrication research infrastructure
  • Martin Kirkengen (Cenate) Innovative Silicon-based Anode Materials for High-capacity Li-ion Batteries 
  • Andy Naylor (Uppsala University)Probing interfacial reactions in sustainable rechargeable batteries
  • Marcus Martinsson (Stena Recycling)Industrial recycling of lithium-ion batteries
  • Halvor Høen Hval (Morrow Batteries) A sneak peek into Morrow and the technology of tomorrow
  • Johan Fridner (Hydro) – Hydro Battery Assets and Strategic Direction

Bios and abstracts Battery session


  • Eirik Byklum (Equinor)Demonstrating green hydrogen solutions for large-scale application
  • Håvard Stave (Hexagon Purus Maritime)Compressed hydrogen gas as maritime fuel
  • Svein Johnny Naley (SEAM)System Integration of Hydrogen-driven Fuel Cells for Maritime Applications
  • Kai Rune Heggland (NEL Hydrogen)The world´s first fully automated electrolyser production facility
  • Kees Van Wingerden (Vysus Group) – Hydrogen Safety for Maritime Applications – A Liquid Hydrogen Case Study
  • Katie McCay (SINTEF) Bipolar Plates for PEM systems: Research Challenges and SINTEF’s Contributions
  • Jan-Fredrik Hansen (ABB) – Experiences with maritime fuel cell systems and prospects for upscaling

Bios and abstracts Hydrogen Session

The second day on 2 November was a closed MoZEES meeting, dedicated to internal discussions within the MoZEES Consortium.  The latest research developments in MoZEES were presented in plenary sessions in the morning and discussed in further detail in parallel RA-sessions in the afternoon.