Hydrogen Building Blocks: Module 2

Mature Electrolysis Technologies for Green Hydrogen/Ammonia

Mature Electrolysis Technologies for Green Hydrogen/Ammonia Green hydrogen and ammonia are widely acknowledged to be two key – and intrinsically linked – pillars in the diversified and sustainable energy landscape of tomorrow.    On one hand, hydrogen is a clean and renewable energy source with the highest energy content by weight among alternative fuels – and around six times more energy than ammonia. What it makes up for in potential, however, it currently lacks in terms of infrastructure and supply.  Ammonia, meanwhile, is the most popular substance as a green hydrogen carrier and has firmly entered the conversation in recent years for both its clean fuel potential and its readily available infrastructure. The total hydrogen content of ammonia is higher than other fuels, rendering it suitable to convert to hydrogen, and it does not carry carbon.   Several pathways already exist for green hydrogen/ammonia production. Hydrogen can be produced from ammonia through several technologies, such as electrochemical, photocatalytic and thermochemical processes, while PEM electrolysis has its origins in the 1970s and the invention of the solid polymer electrolyte (SPE) membrane and has scaled up in the past 50 years to challenge the dominance of alkaline electrolysers.  In this module, learn all about the proven pathways and electrolysis technologies for green hydrogen and ammonia production, from PEM electrolysis to alkaline technologies and the catalysts, efficiencies and economics in-between. 

When and where: Tuesday 12th March 2024 (PM Session)

You can expect:

  • 90 minutes masterclass on the topic from a recognised trainer
  • 30 minutes audience Q&A per module (moderated)
  • Diagrams, images and data-graphics to enrich the experience
  • PDF slide deck of module provided to all participants, post-session
  • Available on-demand as a recording of the live session
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Guest Speakers
picture of the speaker Stephen B. Harrison
Stephen B. Harrison
Founder and Managing Director
sbh4 Consulting
Your webinar hosts
picture of the speaker Rob Cockerill
Rob Cockerill
Content Director
gasworld, H2 View
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Thomas Dee
Broadcast Journalist