Webinar - How to Lower the Cost of Zero Carbon Hydrogen in America

December 21st at 9:00 PDT / 12:00 EDT / 18:00 CET (Check your local time)

Peter R. Orszag

CEO of Financial Advisory

Greg Perkins

CEO

Dharik Sanchan

Principal Research Scientist

Belén Gallego

CEO [Moderator]

Zero-Carbon hydrogen is about to grow exponentially in the US thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes a H2 production tax credit of up to $3 per kg.

 

Every year, industrial consumers employ more than 10 million metric tons of gray hydrogen – a carbon intensive H2 variety made from natural gas. If zero-carbon hydrogen producers play their cards right, they could capture the entire domestic H2 market and, even better, get themselves a sizeable chunk of the emerging global renewable hydrogen trade.

 

However, the fact remains that making zero carbon hydrogen is more expensive than making gray hydrogen.

The cost of producing renewable H2 is still in the range of $2.5-6 per kg, which means renewable H2 is two to five times more expensive than gray hydrogen.

Already, pioneering companies are deploying strategies to slash the levelized cost of renewable hydrogen and beat gray H2.

 

Join this webinar to learn how you could apply some of their strategies in your projects and produce renewable hydrogen at an unbeatable cost.

  • Learn how to scale-up hydrogen production and reduce costs through economies of scale
  • Find out how to source lots of cheap renewable energy to power your electrolyzers and how to manage renewable energy variability to produce H2 round the clock
  • Understand how the tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act help you undercut gray H2 on price
  • Choose the best electrolyzer technology, comparing PEM, AEM, Alkaline and SOEC, depending on your production profile and the needs of your offtaker

PRICE: FREE

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Webinar - How to Lower the Cost of Zero Carbon Hydrogen in America

December 21st at 9:00 PDT / 12:00 EDT / 18:00 CET

(Check your local time)

Peter R. Orszag

CEO of Financial Advisory

greg perkins

CEO

dharik sanchan

Principal Research Scientist

Belén Gallego

CEO [Moderator]

Zero-Carbon hydrogen is about to grow exponentially in the US thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes a H2 production tax credit of up to $3 per kg.

 

Every year, industrial consumers employ more than 10 million metric tons of gray hydrogen – a carbon intensive H2 variety made from natural gas. If zero-carbon hydrogen producers play their cards right, they could capture the entire domestic H2 market and, even better, get themselves a sizeable chunk of the emerging global renewable hydrogen trade.

 

However, the fact remains that making zero carbon hydrogen is more expensive than making gray hydrogen.

The cost of producing renewable H2 is still in the range of $2.5-6 per kg, which means renewable H2 is two to five times more expensive than gray hydrogen.

Already, pioneering companies are deploying strategies to slash the levelized cost of renewable hydrogen and beat gray H2.

 

Join this webinar to learn how you could apply some of their strategies in your projects and produce renewable hydrogen at an unbeatable cost.

 

  • Learn how to scale-up hydrogen production and reduce costs through economies of scale
  • Find out how to source lots of cheap renewable energy to power your electrolyzers and how to manage renewable energy variability to produce H2 round the clock
  • Understand how the tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act help you undercut gray H2 on price
  • Choose the best electrolyzer technology, comparing PEM, AEM, Alkaline and SOEC, depending on your production profile and the needs of your offtaker

PRICE: FREE