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Applying Hydrogen Knowledge

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Add to Calendar 2024-05-29 14:00:00 2024-05-29 15:00:00 Applying Hydrogen Knowledge Hydrogen has become a buzz word in the energy sector and is often described as “the fuel of the future”, with potential to both decarbonize domestic energy consumption and serve as an export commodity. Many countries are taking steps toward accelerating the nascent industry, but potential implementation is still hard to assess and reliant on future price reductions as well as international market enabling conditions.      The multi-part Hydrogen and Analytical Tools Workshop Series, presented by the Clean Energy Solutions Center, will examine the potential benefits and tradeoffs of hydrogen development and the key factors to consider when making strategy, policy, and investment decisions about the future of hydrogen and its derivatives.      The seventh and final installment will apply the hydrogen knowledge acquired throughout this series. Following a summary of the series as a whole, hydrogen experts will delve into detail using case studies and exercises from the “Hydrogen Considerations Tree”, a resource designed in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development, which aims to empower institutions to navigate informed decision-making related to hydrogen development and deployment. Researchers will also demonstrate the final tool covered in this series, H2FAST, which provides a quick and convenient in-depth financial analysis for hydrogen and nonhydrogen systems and services. This session will end with a Q&A with the audience.  Speakers include: Daniella Rough - Moderator, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Jamie Kee - National Renewable Energy Laboratory Omar Jose Guerra Fernandez - National Renewable Energy Laboratory Global Climate Change team@climatelinks.org UTC public

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Hydrogen has become a buzz word in the energy sector and is often described as “the fuel of the future”, with potential to both decarbonize domestic energy consumption and serve as an export commodity. Many countries are taking steps toward accelerating the nascent industry, but potential implementation is still hard to assess and reliant on future price reductions as well as international market enabling conditions.     

The multi-part Hydrogen and Analytical Tools Workshop Series, presented by the Clean Energy Solutions Center, will examine the potential benefits and tradeoffs of hydrogen development and the key factors to consider when making strategy, policy, and investment decisions about the future of hydrogen and its derivatives.     

The seventh and final installment will apply the hydrogen knowledge acquired throughout this series. Following a summary of the series as a whole, hydrogen experts will delve into detail using case studies and exercises from the “Hydrogen Considerations Tree”, a resource designed in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development, which aims to empower institutions to navigate informed decision-making related to hydrogen development and deployment. Researchers will also demonstrate the final tool covered in this series, H2FAST, which provides a quick and convenient in-depth financial analysis for hydrogen and nonhydrogen systems and services. This session will end with a Q&A with the audience. 

Speakers include:

  • Daniella Rough - Moderator, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  • Jamie Kee - National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  • Omar Jose Guerra Fernandez - National Renewable Energy Laboratory

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