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Course objectives – is this for you?
This examples-focused course is intended for those seeking a comprehensive, hype-free and independent perspective on the market segments which will (and won’t) drive demand for hydrogen.
You will leave with a clearly explained, business-focused perspective on the competitive context of hydrogen across its various use cases. You want to separate what is actually happening in the market from the headlines and hype, and to identify the drivers and credible near-term opportunities for your business. You want to evaluate barriers to hydrogen within certain market segments and its competitive advantages in others, illustrated by examples taken from a global perspective.
Session 1: Hydrogen market segmentation and assessment
Views on the future growth of hydrogen vary from positioning it as ‘the new oil’ to dismissing it as another over-hyped false dawn. What is the reality likely to be and which factors will determine it?
Identifying drivers of demand for hydrogen (separating reality from hype)
Having failed to develop before, why is ‘the hydrogen economy’ back in play?
Understanding policy and industry drivers, plus stakeholders and key players
Hydrogen today and market segments for tomorrow
Quantifying limits to scalability for clean hydrogen production
Supply chain integration challenges which impact on hydrogen market opportunities
Examining the role of hydrogen in energy transition strategies and policies
Reviewing the hydrogen strategies announced by key countries and regions
Positioning hydrogen in the competitive environment of the wider energy transition
Sector coupling and the role of clean hydrogen within energy electrification
A systematic approach to hydrogen market assessment and competitive analysis
The geopolitical and strategic implications of hydrogen as an energy vector
Session 2: Hydrogen in industrial applications and heat
Illustrated with examples from around the world, an up-to-the-minute briefing of where and why hydrogen is being applied to industrial applications and as a fuel for heat.
Industrial markets for clean hydrogen
Assessing key industrial market segments (including competing alternatives)
Other chemicals applications
Hydrogen as a fuel for heat
Blending with natural gas
100% hydrogen heating
Key competition assessment: electrification of heat (both domestic and industrial)
Session 3: Hydrogen in power and transport
Illustrated with examples from around the world, an up-to-the-minute briefing of where and why hydrogen is being applied to power and CHP applications and as a fuel for transport.
Hydrogen in power (and CHP)
Transitioning from gas (and coal) to hydrogen: utility-scale power generation
Hydrogen in constrained electricity environments (microgrids, islands etc.)
Combined heat and power using hydrogen (at various scales)
By-product hydrogen for power generation
Long-term energy storage via hydrogen
Hydrogen as a transport fuel
Key competition assessment: batteries vs. hydrogen in transport applications
Relevant approaches to segmenting the transport market
Trucks and buses
Specialist vehicles and applications
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