EI LIVE free webinar | Branch Forum on ‘GW electrolysis in energy islands’
- Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands
- 10:00 - 11:00
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Driven by climate goals, the market potential of hydrogen from wind farm electrolysis has increased. Bilfinger Tebodin has taken steps in order to realize this potential.
Together with TNO and other industrial partners, Bilfinger participated in the innovation program called “North Sea energy 3”.
The aim of this program is to understand the general dynamics of the business case of multi-functional energy Islands. This includes development of offshore/onshore GW electrolysis in the hydrogen supply chain. As a part of the H2 strategy Team, Bilfinger acted as concept engineers in exploring the technical/economic feasibility of designing 2, 5, 20 GW hydrogen islands.
Main objectives of the study include:
- Analysis on water electrolysis (such as alkaline, PEM, SOFC)
- Feasibility study/ Conceptual design of electrolysis in the Island
- Techno economic assessment and business case scenario for offshore/onshore hydrogen production
- Desalination layout
- 3D model development of hydrogen Island
- Environmental and legal analysis
- Due diligence
- Engineering challenges in P2G (P2G) facility integration
This case study summarises various scenarios of Hydrogen Island and activities including transport possibility.
Keren Rajavelu, Process Engineer, Bilfinger Tebodin
Keren works in the Netherlands, part of a H2 strategy team within Bilfinger Group. She graduated with a PhD from University Duisburg Essen in the field of renewable energy technology /biogas upgrading.
Keren is also a Marie Curie EU fellowship holder and worked as a scientific co-worker for an EU funded program (where she collaborated with 14 international researchers and 34 industrial partners from 6 countries on a €3.4 Million project to tackle energy challenges).
This event is free to attend but registration is required.
- Aberdeen, Highlands & Islands Branch