Power of Low-Carbon Hydrogen in Heavy Industries
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Themes and Topics

  • Capgemini Research Institute
  • Decarbonization Initiatives.
  • Electrolyzer technology
  • Hydrogen fuel cells
  • Hydrogen Infrastructure
  • Hydrogen Production Challenges
  • Low-carbon hydrogen
  • Renewable energy integration
  • Sector-Specific Pain Points
  • Sustainable energy solutions
  • Low-carbon hydrogen the way to go for heavy industries and their decarbonization goals; many challenges still yet to be addressed.

    Here’s an article posted in Capgemini.

    According to the article,

    Top management consulting experts for Bio-energy, EV, Solar, Green Hydrogen

    • Heavy industries are embracing low-carbon hydrogen to meet sustainability goals.
    • Low-carbon hydrogen is set to transform the future of heavy industry operations.
    • This innovative approach promises to significantly reduce carbon emissions.

    Heavy industries are planning to implement low-carbon hydrogen in their operations through various strategies and initiatives:

    1. Investment in Low-Carbon Hydrogen Production: Heavy industries are investing in the development and deployment of low-carbon hydrogen production technologies, such as electrolysis using renewable energy and carbon capture and utilization (CCUS).
    2. Infrastructure Development: Companies are building and upgrading infrastructure to support the use of low-carbon hydrogen, including pipelines, storage facilities, and refueling stations.
    3. Technology Upgrades: Heavy industries are upgrading their existing technologies to be compatible with low-carbon hydrogen, such as modifying engines and boilers to run on hydrogen.
    4. Collaboration and Partnerships: Industries are forming partnerships with technology providers, research institutions, and other stakeholders to accelerate the development and adoption of low-carbon hydrogen solutions.
    5. Pilot Projects and Demonstrations: Many companies are conducting pilot projects and demonstrations to test and validate the use of low-carbon hydrogen in their operations, addressing technical and logistical challenges.
    6. Policy Support and Advocacy: Heavy industries are advocating for supportive policies and regulations to encourage the adoption of low-carbon hydrogen, such as carbon pricing and incentives for low-carbon hydrogen production.
    7. Training and Capacity Building: Companies are investing in training and capacity building for their employees to ensure they have the necessary skills to operate and maintain low-carbon hydrogen systems.
    8. Integration with Existing Operations: Heavy industries are integrating low-carbon hydrogen into their existing operations, such as using it as a feedstock for chemicals and refining, or as a fuel for power generation and transportation.

    These strategies aim to accelerate the transition to low-carbon hydrogen and reduce the carbon footprint of heavy industries, ultimately contributing to the achievement of sustainability targets.

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    About Narasimhan Santhanam (Narsi)

    Narsi, a Director at EAI, Co-founded one of India's first climate tech consulting firm in 2008.

    Since then, he has assisted over 250 Indian and International firms, across many climate tech domain Solar, Bio-energy, Green hydrogen, E-Mobility, Green Chemicals.

    Narsi works closely with senior and top management corporates and helps then devise strategy and go-to-market plans to benefit from the fast growing Indian Climate tech market.


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