ITM Power: Stansted HOST Launch Presentation

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There are now two videos available on ITM YouTube channel from the event:

Quentin Willson joins ITM Power at the Stansted Airport Hydrogen Trials: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joviBoPHuGM
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ITM Power Launches Hydrogen On Site Trials at Stansted Airport: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7lPAPpo0wQ

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ITM Power: Stansted HOST Launch Presentation

  1. 1. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Prof Roger Putnam, Chairman “With more than 500 Fuel Cell cars covering over 15m km and 90,000 refuellings the focus has now shifted from demonstration to planning commercial deployment” McKinsey & CompanyITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  2. 2. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Prof Roger Putnam, Chairman Welcome to Stansted Airport On Stansted’s 20th Birthday • An important trial for ITM Power • An important trial for the UK • An important trial for Hydrogen • 300 visitors • Presentations • Partner display area • Refuelling demonstration • Networking lunch and questionsITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  3. 3. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Prof Roger Putnam, Chairman Networking Opportunity Lanyard Coded by Colour • Blue: ITM Staff • Orange: Guest Speaker • Red: Press/Media • Black: Commercial • Green: InvestorITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  4. 4. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Prof Roger Putnam, Chairman Agenda 11:00 Prof Roger Putnam, Chairman, ITM Power 11:05 Dr Andy Jefferson, Head of Health and Safety and Environment London Stansted Airport 11:20 Quentin Willson, Leading Motor Industry Commentator 11:35 Neil Morgan, Head of Energy, Technology Strategy Board 11:50 Phil Doran, ITM Power Agent in Germany 12:05 Graham Cooley, CEO, ITM Power 12:20 HFuel Refuelling Demonstration 13:00 Lunch and NetworkingITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  5. 5. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Dr Andy Jefferson, Head of Health and Safety and Environment, Stansted AirportITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  6. 6. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Quentin Willson, Leading Motor Industry CommentatorITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  7. 7. Hydrogen Refuelling | Market Developments Oil Prices Oil and gasoline prices are steadily rising • Crude oil approaching $120 a barrel • The age of cheap oil is overITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  8. 8. Hydrogen Refuelling | Market Developments UK Pump Prices Price of petrol and diesel now a national issue • Petrol £1.30 per litre • Trend indicates £1.45 per litre by end 2011ITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  9. 9. Hydrogen Refuelling | Green Hydrogen Whats the Solution? Hydrogen made from renewable power • Replaces a revenue cost with a capital item • Reduces the need for fossil fuels • Decarbonises transport • Improves air quality • HOST to establish economicsITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  10. 10. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Hybrid EV EV and Hydrogen Cars Hydrogen vehicles are EV’s but with some significant advantages: • Refuelling time (3mins) • Range of over 400 miles • Well to wheel efficiency • Grid demand side management Hydrogen VehicleITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  11. 11. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Refuelling vs Recharging The Tesla Super Car, Roadster Sport • Horsepower: 288 hp at 4,000 to 6,000 rpm • 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds • Top speed 125 mph • Charge time 3.5 hrsITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  12. 12. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Refuelling vs Recharging The Honda FCX Clarity • Horsepower: 134 hp at 3,056 rpm • 0 to 60 mph in 9.2 seconds • Top speed 100 mph • Charge time 3.5 minsITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  13. 13. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Range A balanced mix of low emission vehicles • Small short range family cars • Mid range PHV • Large hydrogen vehicles • Hydrogen commercial vehicles Source: ToyotaITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  14. 14. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Well to Wheel Emissions DoE analysis agrees with the major car companies • Hydrogen from centralised wind • On site hydrogen even betterITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  15. 15. Hydrogen Refuelling | Market Developments Japan, US & Germany Adopt Hydrogen Toyota, Honda and Nissan join forces to promote hydrogen • Total of 100 hydrogen refuelling stations planned in Japan • 1000 refuelling stations in Germany in 4yrs ($2.6bn) • 150 planned in California (30 already built)ITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  16. 16. Hydrogen | Building a Clean Fuel Infrastructure The Clean Fuel Conundrum A chicken and egg type situation • The vehicles need somewhere to refuel for large scale deployment • The infrastructure is expensive and needs customers for the business case • Vehicle and refuelling infrastructure technologies need to be compatibleITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  17. 17. Hydrogen | Building a Clean Fuel Infrastructure Breaking the Chicken and Egg Some joined up thinking is required • The vehicles need somewhere to refuel for large scale deployment • The infrastructure is expensive and needs customers for the business case • Vehicle and refuelling infrastructure technologies need to be compatibleITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  18. 18. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Hydrogen Cars Serious traction envisaged around 2015 • Air quality may drive early adoption 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2018 2020 • Commercial fleet early adoption Daimler 200 1000/yr 10,000/yr 100,000/yr • US and Germany lead the way GM 100 10,000/yr 100,000/yr 250,000/yr Honda 200 1000 Commercialisation Hyundai 1000/yr >100,000/yr 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2018 2020 Ramp up Purpose design FC hybrid vehicles Trials, conversion design cars and niche vehicles 10,000/yr per Potential trickle to London manufacturerITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  19. 19. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles Return to Base Early adoption from commercial fleets • Scheduled routes • Sophisticated fuel procurement • Carbon footprint targets • Air quality targetsITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  20. 20. HOST | Phase One HOST | Phase One The largest UK cross-sector hydrogen trial • 21 commercial trial partners • Balanced across 7 major industrial sectors • No further partners will be offered a free trial • Conducted over a year long period • Using a dedicated team • Data comprehensively reported to partners • Non confidential results will be publishedITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  21. 21. HOST | Partners Hydrogen on Site Trials Trials begin today!ITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  22. 22. Hydrogen Refuelling | Market Developments Whats the Solution? Hydrogen made from renewable power • Replaces a revenue cost with a capital item • Reduces the need for fossil fuels • Decarbonises transport • Improves air quality • HOST to establish economicsITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  23. 23. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Neil Morgan, Head of Energy, Technology Strategy BoardITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  24. 24. Driving Innovation Hydrogen and Fuel Cells at the Technology Strategy Board Neil Morgan Head of Energy Strategy, Technology Strategy Board
  25. 25. Driving Innovation
  26. 26. Driving Innovation Why is innovation a good thing? • Countries seek to use innovation to drive economic growth • Many global companies select locations for new activities based on availability of skilled people, potential supplier companies and government support for innovation • SMEs are often highly innovative and need support to become globally competitive
  27. 27. Driving Innovation What’s the problem? • Investment can be too low and too late • Innovation disrupts value chains and business models • Longer term Trends not visible to all players • Innovation infrastructure complex and inefficient • Government does not make best use of its levers
  28. 28. Driving InnovationSo what do we need to do? • Create a more effective innovation environment • Reduce financial and technical risk • Enable business to exploit emerging markets and disruptive change • Enable business to access, collaborate with and exploit the knowledge base • Help government to use its available levers to drive innovation
  29. 29. Driving Innovation And we make choices • We don’t pick winners. • We consider – the size of the markets, – the capability of the UK to address them, – the timing • …and the difference our support would make
  30. 30. Driving InnovationLarge market opportunity? • Fuel cell electric vehicles • Back to base logistics and special use vehicles • Combined heat and power • Energy storage and grid balancing • Off-grid power • Small portable power 30
  31. 31. Driving Innovation Can the UK do it? • Globally competitive businesses with capabilities in these key markets – ITM Power – Ceres Power – Intelligent Energy – Diverse Energy – Arcola theatre – ACAL Energy – Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells 31
  32. 32. Driving Innovation Is the timing right? • Complete fuel cell systems market ready or at least demonstration or field trial stage • Moving from technology development to offering solutions to customer needs • Industry MoU for fuel cell electric cars in production for delivery 2015 • Large scale investments in renewable energy 32
  33. 33. Driving InnovationCan we make a difference? • Lead UK agency investing in H&FC sector • Investing now to support deployment and market access could build a vibrant UK sector • Investments and engagement across energy and transport sectors • National body able to facilitate coordination of regional activities 33
  34. 34. Driving Innovation Programme so far • Legacy DTI emerging technologies • Shaped into a coherent collaborative R&D programme leading to demonstration • Demonstrator programme co-funded by DECC 34
  35. 35. Driving Innovation What next? • An ongoing programme of investment over current CSR • Planning the next competition for funding to launch in September 2011: “Demonstrate and validate the role of hydrogen and fuel cells in low carbon energy and transport systems” 35
  36. 36. Driving Innovation http://www.innovateuk.org neil.morgan@tsb.gov.uk richard.kemp-harper@tsb.gov.uk
  37. 37. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Phil Doran. ITM Power Agent in GermanyITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  38. 38. CORE TECHNOLOGY VENTURES SERVICES European Hydrogen Refuelling Infrastructure Stansted Airport March 8, 2011 Phil Doran Core Technology Ventures Services phil@coretecventures.com Core Technology Ventures Services
  39. 39. Agenda1. Prelude: Distribution of European Installed Stationary Capacity2. Why Conduct a European Hydrogen Refuelling Station (HRS) Survey?3. Preliminary Comments4. Evolution of Europes HRSs: Installed and planned 1987 - 20145. Number of Hydrogen Refuelling Stations per Country: 1987 – 20146. Hydrogen Refuelling Station Providers7. Hydrogen Production8. Distribution of German Hydrogen Stations9. Three Leading German States10. Concluding Remarks Core Technology Ventures Services
  40. 40. Distribution of Installed Stationary Fuel Cells in Europe Units Rated Power (kw) ES. 900. 6% CH; 14; 6% IT. 875. 7% NL; 13; 5% IT; 6; 2% FR; 6; 2% CH. 661. 5% AT; 6; 2% SE; 5; 2% SE. 550. 4% ES; 5; 2% UK; 2; 1% BE. 225. 2% LU; 2; 1% BE; 2; 1% POR; 1; 0% FR. 219. 2% FI; 1; 0% AT. 219. 2% DK; 1; 0% UK. 202. 2% FI. 200. 2% DK. 200. 2% DE. 8576. 65% NL. 73. 1%DE; 192; 76% LU. 9. 0% POR. 5. 0% DE =Germany, CH = Switzerland, NL = Holland, IT = Italy, FR = France, AT = Austria, SE = Sweden, ES = Spain, UK = UK, , Lu = Luxembourg, Be = Belgium, Por = Portugal, FI = Finland, DK = Denmark, Core Technology Ventures Services
  41. 41. Why conduct the survey September 2009: Eight auto assemblers, namely, Daimler, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Renault-Nissan, and Toyota, jointly made the following announcement: “The signing automobile manufacturers strongly anticipate that from 2015 onwards a quite significant number of electric vehicles with fuel cells could be commercialised. This number is aimed at a few hundred thousand units over life cycle on a worldwide basis. As every vehicle manufacturer will implement its own specific production and commercial strategies as well as timelines, commercialisation of electric vehicles with fuel cells may occur earlier than in the above- mentioned (2015) expected year”. Source: http://www.hondanews.eu/en/news/index.pmode/modul,detail,0,1241-DEFAULT,21,text,1/index.pmode retrieved 10/08/10 August 2010: Hyundai announced that it would begin commercial sales of its hydrogen fuel cell cars starting in 2012 (500 units), three years ahead of its co-signatories, and below the $50,000 price previously announced by Toyota. Source: http://www.futurecars.com/news/fuel-cell-cars/hyundai-plans-to-sell-500-hydrogen-fuel-cell-cars-in-2012 retrieved 30 Aug 2010 and http://inhabitat.com/2010/09/02/hyundai-to-sell-hydrogen-fuel-cell-cars-in-2012/ retrieved 2/09/10 In stark contrast to statements regarding the introduction of hydrogen-powered vehicles by 2015, very little is known about the number, or the geographical distribution of HRS’ in Europe, or of the companies engaged in providing the infrastructure. This absence of reliable infrastructure data is of particular significance in the light of the now impending need for sector participants to take a variety of strategic investment decisions. Core Technology Ventures Services
  42. 42. Preliminary Comments We identified 149 H2 refuelling stations either as having been built or planned to be built across 17 European countries between 1987 and 2014. Of this number, 20 were excluded owing to a general lack of available data or their outright cancellation, leaving a sample size of 129 stations. The sample represents a highly diverse set of stations: Some serve single off-road vehicles, e.g. tow trucks and golf carts, others serve fuel cell proto-type vehicles belonging to auto assemblers, and yet others, albeit very few, are integrated into conventional service stations. Hence, few of the stations are accessible to the public and fewer still are sited in conventional fuelling stations. The driving force behind the majority of these projects can be characterised as Research and Development projects. In many cases it would appear that the larger stations have been built with government subsidies, be it from the European Commission, or the national or local governments. The companies involved range from multi-national oil companies, industrial gases companies to development companies hoping to profit from any future ‘Hydrogen Economy’. Germany is the dominant force in the development of hydrogen refuelling infrastructure within Europe, accounting for 35% of all installed stations. But it should be noted that 5 of the 16 states account for 38, or 84% of Germany’s HRS’ and almost 30% of the total sample. The next largest market, Italy with 19 stations, is less than half the size of Germany. Core Technology Ventures Services
  43. 43. Evolution of Europe’s HRS: Installed & planned 1987 - 2014Cz = The Czech Republic, Lux = Luxembourg, Pt = Portugal, Ch = Switzerland, A = Austria, Gr = Greece, Be = Belgium, NL = Holland, Sk = Sweden, Fr = France, ES = Spain, UK = UK, No = Norway, Dk = Denmark, It = Italy, DE = Germany Core Technology Ventures Services
  44. 44. Number of H2 Refuelling Stations per Country: 1987 - 2014DE = Germany, It = Italy, Dk = Denmark, No = Norway, UK = UK, ES = Spain, Fr = France, Sk = Sweden, NL = Holland, Be = Belgium, RoE = Rest of Europe Core Technology Ventures Services
  45. 45. Hydrogen Refuelling Station Providers We were able to identify the station provider in 50% of cases (65). On this basis the industry, unsurprisingly, is dominated by the major industrial gases companies. Core Technology Ventures Services
  46. 46. Hydrogen ProductionIndustrial gas (24%)indicates that the H2 In 15% of theproduction process sample there waswas unspecified no information at allbeyond being regarding hydrogen.‘Shipped’. Core Technology Ventures Services
  47. 47. Distribution of German Hydrogen Stations Germany is often referred to in glowing terms. But it pays to bear in mind that it is a federal system, whereby the states have a high degree of autonomy.There are 16 states in the Federal Republic of Germany, of which six have no H2 refuelling stations.Of the 5 states making up the Rest of Germany (RoG), three have 1 station each and two have 2 each. Further, of these7 stations only 1 has been installed in the last 5 years.Bavaria is ranked second by number of stations, with 9. However, 7 were installed prior to 2001, with the remaining 2installed in 2006 and 2007 respectively.Of the six stations identified in Baden- Württemberg only 1 new station has been installed in the last 5 years.This leaves Berlin, Hamburg and North Rhine Westphalia ... Core Technology Ventures Services
  48. 48. Germany is Led by 3 States: Berlin, Hamburg & NRW B = Berlin, B-W = Baden-Württemberg, HH = Hamburg, NRW = North Rhine Westphalia, By = Bavaria Core Technology Ventures Services
  49. 49. Concluding Remarks It is difficult to see how the number of currently in-service and planned H2 stations could sustain a major roll out of H2FC vehicles by 2015. In short, Research and Development is a fitting description of this infrastructure as surveyed. However, the H2 refuelling infrastructure is at the latter end of the development continuum, with a wide range of companies actively involved, including oil & industrial gases companies. This is bad news for under-capitalised new entrants, particularly those that have yet to embark upon the necessary relationship building to get their products noticed, never mind into the field. Nevertheless, the fact that the industry has yet to enter the commercialisation stage leaves room for companies with products that have relatively low levels of technical risk to enter the fray. But, time is of the essence. The survey suggests that public refuelling stations cannot be described as an early market opportunity. A better early market target may be defined cycle (e.g. buses & postal vehicles) and captured fleets (e.g. the materials handling equipment used in distribution centres and warehouses. Further research, which would be of value to investors, electrolyser developers, renewable energy developers and policy makers alike, is required with respect to: 1. the extent to which electrolysis is being used and is planned to be used, both on-site and centrally, in conjunction with renewable energy sources 2. the number of genuinely pre-commercial stations and those that could be easily converted to such stations 3. the distribution of the pre-commercial stations in order to identify genuine hydrogen hubs that the general public could use, and the safe distance the public can be expected to travel using these hydrogen hubs 4. the degree to which defined cycle and captured fleet applications present a genuinely early market win. Evidence from the US, particularly in the field materials handling equipment, clearly supports such a notion. Core Technology Ventures Services
  50. 50. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Graham Cooley, CEO ITM Power ITM POWER | 3M 9th Launch at Stansted AirportITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 HOST December 2010
  51. 51. HFuel Demonstration Refuelling Demonstration Working site with operational equipment • High security area • Not normally open to the public • First of kind plant • 300 people next to a refueller is an abnormal event • H&S precautions are therefore extensiveITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  52. 52. HFuel Demonstration | Health & Safety Healthy and Safety Instructions Working site with operational equipment • Supervision by STAL security in high-visibility clothing • All visitors must remain in the viewing area • Follow instructions of STAL security in event of evacuation • Primary evacuation route is towards car park & busses • Secondary evacuation route is to the south of viewing area Coach / Bus  parking area  Entrance and  Exit to MT  Facility Sa Exclusion Zone fe ty  A re a Viewing   Area 2nd emergency exit will be ITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport unlocked during visit.
  53. 53. ITM Power plc Opening of the Hydrogen On Site Trials, 8th March 2011 Prof Roger Putnam, Chairman Agenda 11:00 Prof Roger Putnam, Chairman, ITM Power 11:05 Dr Andy Jefferson, Head of Health and Safety and Environment London Stansted Airport 11:20 Quentin Willson, Leading Motor Industry Commentator 11:35 Neil Morgan, Head of Energy, Technology Strategy Board 11:50 Phil Doran, ITM Power Agent in Germany 12:05 Graham Cooley, CEO, ITM Power 12:20 HFuel Refuelling Demonstration 13:00 Lunch and NetworkingITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport
  54. 54. Outlook • Enjoy the demonstration • Please talk to the trial partners • Questions are welcomed • Lunch is provided after the demonstration • Thank you for comingITM POWER | Final Results Presentation, 30 July 2010 ITM POWER | HOST Launch at Stansted Airport

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