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Hydrogen Offtake Assessment
- Mar 10, 2023 10:40 am GMT
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Engage with potential pilot project stakeholders to determine interest in a partnership to develop pilot projects. Gather data from interested parties to assess the scale of demand they would require from a pilot.
Scope pilot projects to further detail, including electrolyser sizing in MW, electrolyser technology, delivery mechanism and frequency (tube trailer deliveries per week, pipework infrastructure sizing), green electricity volumes, specific offtake volumes per partner offtaker, LCOH and techno-econometric modelling, identify HSE considerations and skills gaps (list not exhaustive)..
Identify funding schemes and mechanisms with strategic fit and initiate application for funding, if applicable. SHIPPING VOLUME POTENTIAL: Given Felixstowe is the UK’s busiest container port. Initiating a deep dive study on potential shipping volumes for hydrogen and derivatives would prove beneficial to engage relevant stakeholders and attract inward investment opportunities.
Based on the scale and significance of Felixstowe as the UK’s leading deep sea container port, engagement with European ports on possible green corridor considerations to support shipping industry planning and the Clydebank Declaration. 1 2 3 4 1 2 LOCALISED DISPERSED HUBS:
Undertake more detailed location-specific analysis on demand to support built out smaller, dispersed hubs Note: The above steps have been jointly developed in consultation with the Freeport East Team ENGAGE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR: 1 Initiate engagement in the agricultural sector to raise awareness and explore the potential for hydrogen switching given the significance of that sector to immediate hinterland”
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