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Email: arushi.sethi@indiainfrastructure.com

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors through magazines, newsletters, reports and conferences. The company publishes Power Line, Renewable Watch, tele.net, Indian Infrastructure and Smart Utilities magazines.

It also publishes Power News (a weekly newsletter), and a series of reports on the energy sector, including the Commercial and Industrial Green Hydrogen Market In India and India’s Renewable Energy Outlook 2021, Green Hydrogen Market In india, Power Market In South Asia, Solar Market in India, Solar Power in India, Solar Power in Africa, Wind-Solar Hybrid Market in India and Rooftop Solar in India. It also publishes the Solar Power Directory and Yearbook and the Wind Power Directory and Yearbook.

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  • Green hydrogen is one of the most promising and rapidly growing sectors in the clean energy landscape with its range of applications from transport to industries to power. As the countryand the industry move towards their net zero targets, a massive volume of projects has beenannounced from both the public and private sectors in recent months.
  • While energy majors like NTPC, IndianOil, GAIL, Adani and Reliance have announced ambitious plans to include green hydrogen as an important part of their decarbonisation plans, large renewable energy developers like ACME, ReNew Power, Greenko and Hero Future Energies have also made significant headway intapping this nascent but attractive market.
  • Further, with mandates for green hydrogen uptake being proposed, large industrial consumers have started considering green hydrogen as a key part of their future energy mix.
  • The release of the much-awaited first phase of the green hydrogen policy in February 2022 has given the industry further encouragement to kickstart itsambitious plans. While the policy has been largely well-received, there remain certain important concernsthat need to be addressed for the large-scale uptake of green hydrogen. These concerns are expected to be taken care of in the next phase of the policy.
  • Progress is also being made on the manufacturing side with collaborations being undertaken with both domestic and foreign technology providers. Going forward, incentives are required for manufacturing electrolysers and improving the cost competitiveness of green hydrogen when compared to grey hydrogen to promote large-scale uptake.
  • The mission of this two-day conference is to bring together policymakers, renewable energy developers, contractors, large industrial consumers, oil and gas companies, electrolyser manufacturers, technology providers, grid operators, researchers, consultants, and investors to shed light on the ongoing developments and experiences from early projects, share perspectives on key issues and solutions, and discuss the way forward for expanding the green hydrogen ecosystem in India. This conference aims to highlight the key applications, emerging landscape and opportunities, key technologies and prospects for manufacturing, cost economics and outlook for green hydrogen development in India.

Key Applications, Trends and Outlook

  • What have been the key growth trends in the green hydrogen space in India? How does that compare with global developments?
  • What are the potential end use cases for green hydrogen in India?
  • How can the major barriers be addressed to speed up green hydrogen growth? What is the outlook?

Policy and Regulatory Environment

  • What have been the key policy initiatives in the green hydrogen space?
  • What were the key features of the green hydrogen policy released in February 2021?
  • What can be expected from the next phase of the policy?

NTPC’s Perspective on Green Hydrogen Uptake

  • What are NTPC’s plans and targets in the green hydrogen space?
  • What have been the key learnings from the early projects? What are your recent collaborations and technology tie-ups in this space?
  • What are the key measures required to address some of the barriers in this space?

Plans of Renewable Energy Developers

  • What are the company’s plans for green hydrogen production?
  • What are the key applications that developers are exploring in the green hydrogen space? Is green hydrogen-based storage a potential area of interest?
  • What are the potential business models and cost economics? What are the key barriers and outlook?

Storage and Transport of Green Hydrogen

  • What are the key safety considerations in handling hydrogen?
  • In the present scenario, which is the most cost-effective method of transporting hydrogen?
  • What are the current standards for storing hydrogen? What standards and specifications are required to ensure safety?

Application in Hard-To-Abate Industrial Sectors

  • Which industries are expected to witness the highest uptake of green hydrogen?
  • What are the current challenges in replacing grey hydrogen with green hydrogen?
  • What policy measures are required to incentivise these industries to adopt green hydrogen?

Plans of Oil and Gas Majors

  • What are the company’s plans forgreen hydrogen integration in itsexisting operations? Are there any large-scale tenders planned in the coming months?
  • How can the existing oil and gas infrastructure be used for storing green hydrogen?
  • What role can oil and gas companies play in creating a green hydrogen ecosystem?

Promoting Domestic Manufacturing of Electrolysers

  • Which are the key electrolyser technologies in use today?Which is the most suitable technology for Indian scenario?
  • How is the domestic manufacturing landscape for electrolysers evolving in India?
  • What are the key incentives required to promote the domestic production of electrolysers?

Financing Green Hydrogen Projects

  • What are the emerging financing options in the green hydrogen segment?
  • Which are the key considerations that need to be evaluated in financing green hydrogen projects?
  • What are the key challenges for financiers to invest in these projects? What regulatory measures are required to address these financial and commercial risks?

Focus on Fuel Cells and Transport Sector

  • What is the market potential for fuel cells in India?
  • What have been the key recent developments in this space? What are the key barriers in uptake?
  • What is the likely growth curve for hydrogen adoption in the transportation sector?

Project and Technology Showcase

  • What have been your notable projects (operational and upcoming) in the green hydrogen space?
  • What was the implementation and operational experience?
  • What were the key lessons learnt? What are the regulatory measures required to improve uptake in this space?

Focus on Green Steel

  • What is the potential ofgreen steel in India?
  • What have been the government interventions in this space? What are the cost implications for steel industries?
  • What are the company’s plans in the green hydrogen space?
  • Avinash Anurag, Senior Vice President, SBI Capital Markets
  • Swetarko Banerjee, CFA, Vice President, KfW IPEX-Bank
  • Akshay Bhardwaj, Business Head, Green Hydrogen, ACME
  • Surbhi Goyal, Senior Energy Specialist, World Bank
  • Shaji John,  SVP of Sales and BD, Ohmium
  • Amit Kumar, Chief Risk Officer, ONGC
  • Kapil Maheshwari, Leader Renewable Energy and Green Hydrogen Ecosystem Development, Reliance
  • Vineet Mittal, Chair, Avaada Group
  • Dr. Naresh Murmu, Chief Scientist, CMERI, Durgapur
  • Randeep Nain, General Manager (Marketing), GAIL
  • Shivanand Nimbargi, MD & CEO, Ayana Power
  • Rishi Shukla, Executive Director, EverSource
  • Anvesha Thakker, Partner and Lead – Renewable Energy, KPMG

The Conference will draw participation from:

  • Green hydrogen developers
  • Renewable energy developers
  • Policy makers 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, etc.

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  • ITC Maratha,
  • Mumbai
  • Maharashtra

Event Schedule Details

  • October 19, 2022 (Wednesday) - October 20, 2022 (Thursday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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