Graduated approachesthat could be used for bringing hydrogen/ammonia on-stream at a plant assupplies become more available and costs drop will be examined in detail. This includes developing some scenarios foron-site production and storage requirements, and for using ammonia asalternative storage medium.
· Basics of Hydrogen& Ammonia
· History of Hydrogenand Ammonia as Fuels
· Fundamentals ofHydrogen and Ammonia Combustion
• Gas Turbines
• Supplementary Firing andConventional Boiler Burners
· Supply Options for Hydrogen (Green,Blue, Gray and other sources)
· Codes and Standardsfor Hydrogen Fuels (ASME, API, NFPA)
· Co-Firing with Blendsof Other Fuels
· Plant Heat Rate and CapacityChanges with Hydrogen/Ammonia Fuels
· Emissions from GasTurbines and Duct Burners with Hydrogen
· Control SystemModifications for Hydrogen/Ammonia Combustion
· Piping and StorageConsiderations
· Economics: Looking atVarious Build-In or Build-On Scenarios
· Distributed HydrogenTo Power – A Low Risk Decarbonization Strategy Discussion and Q &A
The key learningoutcomes are a comprehensive overview of the technical issues that need to beconsidered when trying to integrate hydrogen (or ammonia) as a fuel componentfor modern combined cycle and conventional thermal power plants. In addition, estimated economic costs againstprojected benefits in reduced CO2 emissions for different H2 integrationscenarios will be identified based on both present-day and projected futuretechnological and regulatory contexts.