September 8, 2021 – Sargent & Lundy will be offering two presentations at the Hydrogen Visioning & Best Practices Roundtable Session 3 multi-industry roundtable. At this online knowledge exchange, industry and government professionals will build on previous sessions to further explore the developing hydrogen economy and learn about applications, programs, and projects envisioned and underway.
Danielle Flagg will present Gray to Blue Hydrogen: Bridging the Gap on September 9 from 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. EDT. Their presentation will review the potential for applying CO2 capture technologies to existing fossil-fuel based hydrogen production facilities (gray to blue hydrogen). The presentation will focus on applicable technologies, implementation considerations, and potential project drivers. The Department of Energy’s Lynn Brickett will also be presenting on DOE’s past and ongoing projects applying CO2 capture to existing hydrogen facilities.
Michael Murray and Casey Loughrin will present an informational session, Integrating H2 Into Existing Power Systems; Implications for Balance of Plant (BOP), on September 10 from 1:45 to 2:15 p.m. EDT. They will discuss how and where hydrogen can be incorporated into existing power generation systems such as combustion turbines and coal-fired boilers. The presentation will give an overview of how hydrogen fits into each system and then detail the many BOP impacts that incorporating hydrogen has on each system, including piping, water use, air quality control systems, and more.
This virtual event is designed to help participants:
- Explore the increasing numbers and sizes of projects and understand more about financing strategies.
- Examine the progress in selected power, mobility and manufacturing applications and learn what owners, customers, and financing and investment leaders are looking for.
- Learn about the latest initiatives, projects, technologies, challenges, and trends shaping the future.
- Hear and share knowledge, experiences, insights, and lessons learned.
Additionally, virtual site tours of facilities and models will provide a first-hand view of hydrogen applications and concepts, as well as describe programs and facilities illustrating how major organizations are enabling and planning for hydrogen technologies.
More event information, including registration, can be found here.
Sargent & Lundy is a leader in hydrogen systems design and offers the experience base to help clients succeed in the growing hydrogen economy.