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The Economics of Hydrogen Imports: Better to Stay Local?
Last month, subscribers of our European Hydrogen Market Service received our new report, which presents our analysis of import economics. We invite you to hear about the main findings of this report at our free webinar for non-subscribers on Wednesday 25 January 2023 between 14:00–15:00 GMT / 15:00–16:00 CET.

In the RePowerEU, hydrogen consumption in the EU is set to reach ~20Mtonnes/year by 2030, half of which will be met by hydrogen imports. Similarly, in our global electrolyser database, there is still a considerable share of projects (30%) that aim to sell hydrogen abroad.

The webinar focuses on finding the lowest delivered source of renewable hydrogen for an offtaker in Germany. For this purpose, we analysed and compared a few non-European and European countries against each other in terms of their assumed costs of producing renewable hydrogen, conversion of hydrogen into other energy vectors, and transportation.

This webinar will address the following questions:

• What do we assume will be the production cost of renewable hydrogen in selected non-European and European countries?
• How much will it cost to transport the hydrogen from these countries via ship, pipeline, or trucks?
• Does it make economic sense to import hydrogen from far abroad, or should market players focus on nearby sources?
• Which energy vectors make the most economic sense for different supply routes?

Jan 25, 2023 02:00 PM in London

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