Réf: INTRO-H2

Introduction to Hydrogen: The alternative fuel

  • Duration in hours: 2 x 4h
  • Module level: Foundation
640 €

Overview: In everybody's mind, Hydrogen is now synonymous of solution to decarbonize the Planet, the magical energy which releases water instead of GreenHouse Gas. Reality is obviously more complex.
This introduction intends to give everyone interested by energy a good understanding of what is Hydrogen, where does it come from, what are its properties and how we produce it.
Finally this introduction explains how Hydrogen could substitute fossil fuels (Oil and Gas) in the future and what are the technical and economic challenges to reach this objective.

Audience: Every person interested by energy and the energy transition.

Deliverables: Upon completion of this course, Trainees will have a good and complete understanding of Hydrogen used as fuel. They will know how Hydrogen will be able to substitute to Oil and Gas in the future.

Certificate: Upon completion of the training participants will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance issued by Adinergy.

  1. Hydrogen Definition & Properties: What is Hydrogen ? – Where do we find Hydrogen ? – Hydrogen Properties - Figure and Magnitude - Hydrogen Hazards.

  2. Hydrogen Production: The various categories of Hydrogen: Grey-Blue-Green – The various ways of producing Hydrogen: SMR-Electrolysis-Gasification - Hydrogen Production Challenges: Safety - Environment - Costs impacts.

  3. Hydrogen in the Energy Transition: The various usages of Hydrogen: Industry – Heating - Power & Storage - Transports - Ammonia: Derivative of Hydrogen.

  4. The Future of Hydrogen: Research & Development for a Clean, Safe and Affordable Hydrogen.



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