WHAT WAS THE EVENT FORMERLY KNOWN AS GENERATION HYDROGEN?
The event formerly known as Generation Hydrogen was an online event by Enapter on trailblazing hydrogen technology. It will be two-fold: a challenge and a marketplace. The challenge is for anyone to design devices for hydrogen applications. The marketplace showcases exciting hydrogen applications from their research and development to their influence on our lives.
WHY THE EVENT FORMERLY KNOWN AS GENERATION HYDROGEN?
Hydrogen is recognized as the most promising sustainable energy carrier for the future. It can decarbonise our power, mobility, heat and industrial sectors. Enapter’s Anion Exchange Membrane (AEM) electrolyser generates green hydrogen when powered by renewables. It is only one piece of the puzzle. With Generation Hydrogen we want to do three things:
1. Bring together all those fighting climate change with green hydrogen.
2. Showcase innovative hydrogen solutions from their research & development to product commercialization.
3. Grow the Enapter team! If you want to join us in the mass production of our electrolysers, you will have the chance to meet us here.
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
Students, engineers, project developers, system integrators, research institutes, manufacturers, journalists, influencers and multipliers.
WHAT HAPPENED AT THE EVENT FORMERLY KNOWN AS GENERATION HYDROGEN?
The event formerly known as Generation Hydrogen was eye opening, energising and authentic. Next-generation hydrogen technologies were presented and the audience engaged in conversations with experts from the entire hydrogen supply chain. People with different expertise and experiences met each other. Attendees learnT from others, connected and exchanged ideas. They understood others’ ideas better and processed them quicker. Most importantly, this was the platform for young talents to demonstrate their vision for the next generation of hydrogen.
DOES IT COST TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CHALLENGE OR MARKETPLACE?
There are no costs for participating in the Challenges. There are no costs to showcase your technology in the Marketplace. The event is free of charge to attend, but registration is required. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please get in touch.
HOW DO I KNOW IF I'M LOGGED IN?
When you look at the top of your agenda, there will be a little graphic of a ticket. If you do not see this, you will have to log-in by clicking the “Broadcast” button under any session title. A log-in window will pop-up. You can simply enter the email address used to register your ticket. From there, click on the link that you get in your email and you will automatically be logged in.
HOW DO I RESERVE MY SEATS FOR THE SESSION?
After logging in, you can simply reserve a seat for any session by clicking on the seat icon on the left side of the session card. You can view and manage all your registered sessions under “My Registered Session” Tab.
HOW DO I JOIN A SESSION?
On the agenda page, select a session and click the “Broadcast” button under the session title. Broadcast will become available two minutes before the scheduled session start time.
When you click the “Broadcast” button, you may be prompted to login in order to join the session. Once you click “Login” a new page will open asking for the email address used to register your ticket. From there, click on the link that you received in your email and you will automatically be logged in.
NOTE: Your ticket only allows access for one viewer to log-in. If you share the email with anyone else, they will takeover viewing privileges, locking you out of the system.
HOW DO I MOVE BETWEEN SESSIONS?
When a session ends, or if you decide to switch to a different breakout session, click the “Back” button to return to the agenda. You can then enter any other in progress session by clicking the “Broadcast” button for that session on the agenda.
The agenda includes a two-minute buffer between each set of sessions, to allow time to navigate to the next session.
WHAT ARE THE SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS TO JOIN A SESSION?
You can check if your system is suitable for viewing the sessions with our Quick Tech Check.
Windows 7 and above, running Chrome, Firefox or Edge. Internet Explorer is not supported.
MacOS 10.9 or later, running Chrome and Firefox. Safari is not supported.
iPhone 5S or later, running iOS 11 and up.
Android 4.0 or later, running Chrome.
Please note, additional devices may successfully connect, but are not officially supported.
HOW CAN I ASK QUESTIONS DURING A SESSION?
There are two ways you can ask questions; via the chat or by raising your hand. You can post your questions in the Q&A channel (middle channel in the Chat window). Or, you can ask your questions on stage. Please use the “Raise Hand” button and turn on your camera and mic. The Moderator may invite you to be LIVE on stage and to ask your questions directly to the Speakers.
WILL THE SESSION BE RECORDED?
Yes, the sessions will be recorded. All registrants will have access to the recordings following the event. You will be notified via email when the recordings are available. Enapter will also be uploading them to its YouTube channel.
How do I watch sessions on-demand?
Go to the Agenda Page, select a session you want to watch and click the “Watch Broadcast” button under the session title. Note: You are required to ‘Login’ with the email address used to register for the event. Once you click ‘Login’ a new page will open asking for the email address used to register the event.
ALREADY TRIED LOGGING IN, BUT STILL HAVING ISSUES?
We recommend clearing your cache and history and trying again.
THE SOUND IS COMING OFF FROM A DIFFERENT DEVICE THAN I WANT - WHAT CAN I DO?
To toggle between multiple outputs connected to your device (e.g. internal speakers, headphones and AirPlay), click the gear icon on the top right of the live-streamed session. You will then be able to select which output and input devices should be used.
THE OUTPUT DEVICE I WANT TO USE ISN'T SHOWING UP - HOW CAN I FIX THIS?
First, check the physical connection to your device, by either unplugging and re-connecting your physical headphones, or toggling Bluetooth on and off.
If you are confident that the output device is connected correctly, check your system preferences to ensure your computer recognizes the device. On a Windows device, click the loudspeaker icon on the bottom right of your screen, and you'll be able to change output device. On a Mac, visit System Preferences > Sound to choose your output devices.
MY DEVICES ARE CONNECTED PROPERLY, BUT I CAN'T HEAR ANYTHING?
If you're confident everything is connected properly, your devices might be being used by another tool or application. Make sure tools like Zoom, Google Hangouts, Go To Meeting etc. have been closed prior to starting the session.
WHAT IF MY BROWSER IS BLOCKING ACCESS TO MY WEBCAM/MICROPHONE?
The Webcam Unavailable pop-up displays if your devices are unavailable due to your browser blocking access to your webcam and/or microphone.
You must grant access to your devices in order to broadcast your webcam/microphone. To grant access to your webcam or microphone, you must:
In the address bar on the left, click the Lock icon to display device permissions.
Make sure Camera and Microphone are set to Allow
Click the Lock icon to close the pop up
Refresh your browser window
In the address bar on the left, you will see camera & microphone icons with a slash through them. Click the Camera & Microphone icons
Click the X's corresponding to: Use the Microphone: Blocked Temporarily and Use the Camera: Blocked Temporarily
Refresh your browser window
Click Allow in the Firefox permission pop-up