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TEM 106 Hydrogen for 100% Renewable Energy Systems
September 6 - September 7
The goal of the meeting is to lay the groundwork for a cross-cutting collaboration between the wind, PV and hydrogen TCPs managed by IEA Secretariat. The ultimate goal is to address the specific challenge of 100% renewable energy system and realise the IEA 2050 net zero scenario.
This TEM aims to narrow the scope of the discussion and move the conversation from broader awareness and siloed thinking to specific actions that can be taken. This will be achieved by encouraging focused debate on specific key issues, as opposed to technology status updates and introductions to individual research projects by members of the TCPs. There will be scope for members to familiarise themselves with each other’s work in advance, but the focus will be concise and collaborative discussion giving rise to well-defined research aims. As an ideal outcome, one or more briefs detailing the goals of a new task will be produced.
- Introduction and Motivation for Clean Hydrogen
- Breakout Topic 1: Direct Production or Systems Integration
- Breakout Topic 2: Optimum Electricity Mix Considering Clean Hydrogen
- Breakout Topic 3: Policy and Market of Clean Hydrogen
- Plenary Session: Discussion of Workshop Outcomes
- Breakout Topic: Collaboration Opportunities and Initiatives in Clean Hydrogen
Location and Travelling:
TEM #106 Meeting Location:
University of Colorado, Boulder
4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, Colorado
Arrival and Departure Airport:
Denver International Airport (DEN)
Distance from DEN to Boulder Area 45-55 min
Due to U.S. government hosting requirements, visitor citizenship must be verified prior to attending. If you are NOT a U.S. citizen, you must complete a Foreign National Access Request. This is mandatory for attending the meeting.
Registrations until July 30, 2023:
Registration deadline: Take into account that the Foreign National Access Request (FNAR) process takes 30 days!