Check out the presentation below to read more about our initial work on this topic, which involves the problem statement (the tracking and attribution challenge); illustrative hydrogen production and use cases; universal Design Requirements and associated design issues for hydrogen tracking & attribution; and a conceptualization of a system capable of fulfilling those requirements
On May 24, 2023, SEA’s Bob Grace presented in a well-received poster session on the topic at the American Clean Power Association’s national annual Cleanpower conference.
Stakeholders from a wide range of organizations engaged, and universally endorsed the approach presented as logical, compelling, and necessary. They posed questions to understand use case; probe how different approaches to additionality, real-time matching or differing eligibility might be supported; explore what types of entities might best serve as funders &/or institutional hosts of a Hydrogen Tracking System; and understand how they can get involved.
On June 8, 2023, Bob Grace presented on a Green Hydrogen Tracking and Attribution on a Hydrogen: Commercialization, Deployment and Scalability panel at the annual New England Energy Conference and Exposition (hosted jointly by the Northeast Energy and Commerce Association & the Connecticut Power and Energy Society).
The panel, moderated by Connecticut Green Bank’s Sara Harari and including Plug Power’s Cyrus Tingley and Fuel Cell Energy’s Alberto Aguillon, included an extensive Q&A discussion with panelists and audience members regarding the types of hydrogen production and use technologies and installations underway, and universal agreement with the Bob’s premise and conclusions on Green Hydrogen Tracking and Attribution.
SEA is pursuing interest in funding the next steps, and participation (stakeholder input) in developing the details. Next steps in the undertaking include:
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