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23 - 25 April 2024
In person & on-demand recordingsOkura, Amsterdam

Aymen Grira
Head of H2 Activities EMEA, Chair of Hydrogen Task Force at Westinghouse


Dr. GRIRA is a passionate Technical, Business & Strategic expert about Sustainability and Climate Change Challenges since 2007. With 16+ years' experience in the field going from projects in Global Warming Monitoring-GHG (Green House Gases) at NASA (Silicon Valley), to 7y in theRE (Renewable Energies) Value chains as expatriate in the Middle East, and prior of joining Westinghouse in sept 2021, in charge of Low Emission monitoring for Mobility solutions and Hydrogen activities within a Tier 1 automotive company.

At Westinghouse, Dr. GRIRA has been assigned role of Head of Hydrogen activities within the EMEA region, in charge of Strategy, Partnerships and Business Development, given his previous assignments in the Hydrogen market and his network within the Hydrogen value chain.

Since October 2022, Dr. GRIRA has been nominated and elected by the Nuclear Industry players in Europe as the Chair of the Hydrogen Task Force within the Nuclear Europe Trade association based in Brussels (3500 companies).

Westinghouse, a leading company in the Nuclear Industry, Builds, Operates and Maintains Nuclear Power Plants. In the emerging Hydrogen market, Westinghouse is active in the retrofitting of existing NPPs worldwide, as well as developing future generation of Small Modular Reactors (SMRs) and Micro-Reactors to produce Low Carbon Hydrogen using electricity and Heat.

Aymen holds a PhD in EE and Double MSc from France Grande Ecole ‘’ENSEIRB’’ and USA (‘’University of California, Santa Cruz’’).

Agenda Sessions

  • Fireside Chat: Policy and technology influences on the reversal of the nuclear fall out