Webinar
Webinar

Webinar | Cutting through hydrogen cost confusion

The global low-carbon hydrogen sector is off to a slow start in 2024, but policy clarity, funding round announcements, offtake agreements and project FIDs are expected before end of year. As the market begins to materialize project costs are narrowing and investment figures crystallizing. These developments are markers for true hydrogen investment costs in an embryonic market. 

There are no lack of hurdles for the hydrogen market and stimulating the demand sector has been the greatest due to high cost of production and delivery. Global trade of hydrogen and its derivatives is in the near future and transportation costs, infrastructure and logistics are going to be key.

 In this webinar, we will kick-off with a comprehensive overview of current cost trends for electrolysers, balance of plant and EPC components at a high-level available in Lens Hydrogen Discovery.

In our second presentation, we will delve deeper into Lens Valuations, offering detailed insights into specific project economics. Discover which projects are forging ahead, breaking ground, or already operational, and gain an understanding of the competitive advantages that set them apart.

Lastly, we willll explore the future of hydrogen transportation with updates to our ammonia conversion, shipping, and cracking models. Don't miss this opportunity to gain actionable insights and stay ahead in the dynamic world of hydrogen economics.

The webinars will follow the below outline:

Duration

 Session

Session Lead

5 minutes

Welcome and introduction

 

Murray Douglas

10 minutes

Comprehensive overview of current cost trends

 

Bridget Van Dorsten

10 minutes

Detailed insights into specific project economics

 

Greig Boulstridge

10 minutes

A deeper dive into hydrogen transportation and trade

 

Monica Trilho

10 minutes

Q&A Session


Murray Douglas

 

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Event

Hydrogen Conference

6-7 November 2024 | London, UK

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