2ND EDITION OF GREEN HYDROGEN IN INDIA
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- Globally, many large-scale green hydrogen projects are being announced on a daily basis. Several countries have also published national green hydrogen strategies.
- India too reiterated its commitment to green hydrogen in February 2021, when the government announced its plan to launch the Hydrogen Energy Mission. It has earmarked Rs 15 billion for the mission and the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency, though the details are awaited.
- As green hydrogen gains uptake and achieves commercial viability, it can be used to meet the hydrogen demand in the country, across several sectors including power, transport, industries and buildings. Hydrogen could also be used as an energy storage option, with hydrogen-powered fuel cells being used to mitigate the intermittency of renewable power.
- Currently, a number of pilot projects are operational and in the pipeline. Several collaborations between Indian and international companies have also taken place in the space over the past year.
- The challenge, though, would be to scale up the pilot projects. There are only a handful of Indian companies that produce electrolysers and that too on a small scale. The other challenge is that the current cost of green hydrogen production is almost thrice the cost of grey hydrogen. Further, India has technological disadvantages when it comes to compressing and storing hydrogen for automobiles.
- Going forward, green hydrogen development will require a deep and objective understanding of the facts pertaining to the current status of the sector in terms of production and consumption, the competitive gap between renewable hydrogen and its fossil alternatives, plans for further development of (clean) pathways for hydrogen production and use, and the policies that incentivise the adoption of clean hydrogen technologies over fossil-based fuels and feedstocks.
- The mission of this virtual conference is to bring together policymakers, renewable energy developers, grid planners, technology providers, industry experts and investors to present their perspectives, share experiences from early projects, and offer possible solutions for shaping the future of green hydrogen. Leading developers will showcase projects and present plans for producing green hydrogen. Technology providers will describe their innovations and solutions for ramping up the production of green hydrogen. Industry experts will also present their solutions to build the infrastructure needed for transporting and storing green hydrogen.
Key Trends and Market Outlook
- Role of green hydrogen in meeting India’s climate goals
- Potential end use cases
- Opportunities and challenges in meeting climate goals
- Addressing major barriers and implementing mechanisms to speed up the green hydrogen economy
Government Perspective: Focus on Hydrogen Energy Mission
- National green hydrogen strategy for economic growth and energy transition
- Key initiatives and plans for supporting production and transport of green hydrogen
- Expected targets and planned tenders
Policies, Plans and Strategies for Promoting Green Hydrogen
- Role of green hydrogen in meeting climate neutrality goals
- Initiatives and plans of the central and state governments
Perspective and Plans of Renewable Energy Developers
- Plans for green hydrogen production from solar and wind power resources
- Potential business models and cost economics
- Key barriers and outlook
Cost Economics: Building Commercial-Scale Projects
- Capex requirements, expected returns and mechanisms to reduce costs
- Global lessons from recent issues and solutions to de-risk project development
- Emerging business models for investing in the green hydrogen economy
- What else is needed and can be achieved?
Green Hydrogen Storage and Transportation
- Hydrogen’s potential to manage seasonal storage issues
- Storing green hydrogen safely
- Pilots and case studies of early projects
Building Green Hydrogen Transportation Network
- Repurposing oil and gas infrastructure – utilising and optimising the existing network for transporting green hydrogen
- Plans and proposals for expanding infrastructure
- Building an optimal supply backbone in the long term
- Managing flexibility in the grid with green hydrogen storage
- Using green hydrogen for grid balancing services
Promising Technologies for Green Hydrogen Production
- Large-scale electrolysers – the key to commercialisation of green hydrogen production
- Technology update and advanced projects
- Latest research on standardising designs and improving efficiencies
- Plans for ramping up manufacturing capacities
Financing green hydrogen projects
- Emerging financing options and institutional support
- Addressing financial and commercial risks to make projects bankable
- Are lenders ready to commit?
- What’s needed to boost investment in green hydrogen?
- How can financiers get involved – perspective of early investors
Ramping Up Manufacturing Capacity: Challenges and Potential
- Existing electrolyser capacity
- Barriers to scaling up manufacturing
- How can international players get involved?
Speakers ( in alphabetical order)
- Akshay Bhardwaj, GM-Green Hydrogen, Acme Cleantech
- Ranga Banerjee, DESE, IIT Bombay
- Patrice Bourrier, Sales Developer Hydrogen, Alfa Laval
- Amrit Singh Deo, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting
- Anton Ferkov, Hydrogen Pricing Specialist, S&P Global
- Paritosh Garga, GM, IIFCL
- Chinnakonda S Gopinath, Catalyst Division, CSIR National Chemical Laboratory
- MV Iyer, Director, GAIL
- Vimal Kumar, Group CEO, Hydrogen World Consulting
- Kapil Maheshwari, President-Renewable Energy, Reliance Industries
- Manas Majumdar, Partner, KPMG
- Praveen Nanda, Sr. VP, Greenko Group
- DMR Panda, GM Hydrogen, NTPC
- Pradeep Perera, Principal Energy Specialist, ADB
- Alexander Hogeveen Rutter, Upstream Officer, International Finance Corporation
- Vijay Kumar Saraswat, Member, NITI Aayog
- Chintan Shah, Director Technical, IREDA, Director Technical, IREDA
- JP Soni, Senior General Manager, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions
- Arun Shanmugasundaram, Director Operations, Ayana Power
- Green hydrogen developers
- Renewable energy developers
- Policymakers and regulators
- Power utilities
- Transmission grid operators
- EPC contractors
- Technology providers
- Engineering and technical consultants
- Management consultants
- Energy storage providers
- Equipment manufacturers
- Potential investors
- Private equity firms
- Financial institutions
- Industry analysts
- R&D organisations