RTC – Green Hydrogen Technology Assessment
Green hydrogen has a critical and unique role in decarbonizing high-temperature industrial process heat. The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is a watershed legislation for green hydrogen. It significantly reduced the production cost of green hydrogen and generated increasing interest from various sectors. However, with the limited supply of green hydrogen in the short- and mid-term and various competing use cases, energy buyers and policymakers need to better understand the potential and barriers to using green hydrogen for industrial heat applications in the broader hydrogen economy.
With these opportunities and challenges in mind, Deloitte and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), co-authored the Green Hydrogen Technology Assessment Report on behalf of the Renewable Thermal Collaborative. The primary goal is to better understand the potential for and barriers to the development and use of green hydrogen for industrial heat applications and to identify stakeholder priorities for ensuring that green hydrogen plays an appropriate role in industrial decarbonization for large energy users.
The report provides recommendations for large corporate energy buyers and other key market and policy stakeholders to scale green hydrogen for industrial heat applications. Please join us 11 am -12 pm ET April 25 to hear from the lead authors about the key insights of the report.