SlideShare a Scribd company logo
1 of 139
Download to read offline
Program
• 10:00 EMRH2 Booster Study presentation WatersofNet, TWEED, Hydrogen Advisors
EMRH2 Booster Road corridor
• 10:20 Technology presented, by Stephan Herbst Toyota
• 10:35 Hytrucks project: Trucks & Refueling stations, by Chris Lefrère WaterstofNet
• 10:50 Cost effective support mechanism for H2 Mobility Infrastructure, by Nicolas
Brahy Hy24
EMRH2 Booster River corridor
• 11:05 Inland Hydrogen Shipping Central Commission of the Navigation of the Rhine CCNR
• 11:10 ZELLIE project: H2 barges by Vincent Brassine Novandi & by Raphaël Marchandise
ABC
EMRH2 Booster Industry & Training
• 11:25 Training needs & offers by Cendrine Marchal Technifutur & by AL Delvaux John
Cockerill
• Circuit Demonstration & Business lunch
Program
• 11:40 Pitches E-trucks Europe & Altrea Haesaerts
• 12:00 Opportunity to see, touch and take a ride on the legendary Spa Francorchamps
Circuit on board of a H2 vehicle (cars, trucks and the 24H Le Man Hydrogen racing car
from Mission H24)
• 13:30 Hydrogen in motorsports, by Bernard Niclot Mission H24
EMRH2 Booster Ecosystem with players along the whole value chain
• 13:45 Introduction & signature of the H2 Spa Francorchamps Declarations by Minister
Henry, Vice-President and Minister of Climate, Energy, Infrastructure and Mobility for
Wallonia
• 14:00 EMRH2 Roadmap study by Raphaël Schoentgen Hydrogen Advisors
• 14:30 B2B Session, already promising thanks to the first confirmations of the key H2
players : Actemium (Vinci), Anglo Belgian Corporation, Airliquide, Air Products, BeBlue-
cryotech, Besix Environement, Calysta, CRM group, DATS 24, Engie, Eoly, E-power
International, Fluxys, H2 mobility, H24, Hyline (Eiffage), Infra-tech, John Cockerill, Lhyfe,
Liqal, PFF-group, Projet H24, Port of Antwer Bruges, Resa, Shell, Solenco, SGS, Power,
Technifutur, Total Energies, Toyota, Tractebel Engie, VH-Technologies, WaterstofNet, Willy
Naessens, Ziero, etc.
The Francorchamps EMR H2 Program AM
3
Session A – Getting all inspired – Keynote Presentations
• INTERREG EMR & EMR H2 Booster Project
• EMR H2 Booster Roads corridors
• EMR H2 Booster Rivers corridors
• EMR H2 Booster Industry & Training
Session B – Testing & Exchanges - H2 vehicles demonstration on the
Circuit & Walking Business lunch
• Demonstration
• Exhibition
The Francorchamps EMR H2 Program PM
Session C – The political Act – launch of the Francorchamps Hydrogen
Initiative
• EMRH2Booster Roadmap Study
• Francorchamps Hydrogen Initiative
• Minister Henry, Vice-President of Wallonia Region and Minister of Climate, Energy, Infrastructure
and Mobility
MissionH24, Hydrogen in motorsports
Session D – Building the future together – Significative one to one
networking event at Euregio Meuse-Rhine between H2 players
• B2B sessions
• Signature of the “Francorchamps Hydrogen Initiative” (in parallel)
Territory
Project EMR H2 Booster
• Objectives
• Target group
• Duration
• Budget
• Interreg subsidy
• Wallonia
7
Partnership
8
A smarter Meuse-Rhine
area
A greener, low-carbon
Meuse-Rhine area
A more social
Meuse-Rhine area
Better
cooperation governance in
the Meuse-Rhine area
Interreg 6 - 2030
liege-interregmeuserhin.eu
interregmeuserhine.eu
:
Let’s stay in touch
• PUBLIC 公開
Hydrogen Mobility & Carbon Neutrality
Spa-Francorchamps, April 18th, 2023
1
Dr. Stephan Herbst
Technical Head Powertrain Hydrogen
and Fuel Cell Business
TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE
• PUBLIC 公開
Carbon Neutrality
&
Technology diversification
2
• PUBLIC 公開
Carbon Neutrality Ambitions
3
Major industrial nations committed to Carbon Neutral targets
EU
Climate Neutral
By 2050
Dec 19th 2019
JAPAN
Carbon Neutral
By 2050
Oct 22nd 2020
CHINA
Carbon Neutral
by 2060
Sept 22nd 2020
USA
Back to the Paris
Agreement
Jan 20th 2021
4
• PUBLIC 公開
Vehicle
size
Distance
H E V
P H E V
B E V F C E V
TOYOTA’S SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY STRATEGY (GLOBAL)
TECHNOLOGY DIVERSIFICATION INCLUDING HEVS, PHEVS, FCEVS AND BEVS
5
• PUBLIC 公開
HYBRID ARCHITECTURE IS MODULAR
ENABLING A FULL LINE-UP OF ELECTRIFIED VEHICLES
HEV
+ Battery (1-2 kWh)
+ Electric Motors
+ Power Control Unit
+ Power Split Device
PHEV
+ Larger Battery (8-18kWh)
+ Larger Electric Motors
+ External Charge
BEV
- Gasoline Engine / Fuel
- Mechanical transmission
- Power Split Device
+ Largest Battery (>60kWh)
+ DC Fast Charge
FCEV
- External Charge
+ Battery (1-2 kWh)
+ Fuel Cell Stack
+ Hydrogen Tank (700MPa)
3
Common components
ELECTRIC
MOTOR
BATTERY
POWER
CONTROL UNIT
FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLE
BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLE
PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC
HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
• PUBLIC 公開
Hydrogen Mobility
6
• PUBLIC 公開
Cost of import vs local production
For Japan it is key to create hydrogen trade flow
Source: HydrogenCouncil Trade Flow Study 2022
• PUBLIC 公開
Contribution of H2 to Decarbonization
By combining battery electric,
fuel cells and other carbon
neutral technologies, the
environment will benefit from
both an emissions and a
natural resource perspective,
and as well hedges the risks
from relying on a single
technology.
8
Transport decarbonization can be achieved by bringing multiple carbon
neutral technologies to the market.
Source: “Roadmap towards zero emissions” – Hydrogen Council – Sept 2021
• PUBLIC 公開
Toyotaʼs Fuel Cell Technology
History: 30 years of Fuel Cell EV Development
9
Experience: 12,000 units sold (Gen1), > 500 millon km driven.
1996 1999 2001 2002 2005 2009 2011 2015 2020
FCEV FUEL
H2 Stored in
adsorbing alloy
FCHV-3 FUEL
Hydrogen
(adsorbing alloy)
FCHV-4 FUEL
Hydrogen stored in
high-pressure tanks
FCHV-5 FUEL
Hydrogen generated
on-board by reforming
on gasoline
FCHV
Toyota-made tanks,
1st FCV homologated
FCV-R FUEL
Mirai precursor
NG
MIRAI
FCHV-adv FUEL
New stack,
stainless steel cells
MIRAI
Revolutionary Titanium
stack,
3.1 kW/L world record
1992
START
of FCEV
Development
10
• PUBLIC 公開
11
• PUBLIC 公開
• PUBLIC 公開
Toyota Fuel Cell Modules
Vehicle technology applicable to other applications
13
Toyotaʼs proven FC technology repackaged for use in multiple
applications
FC Stack
H2 Pump
Air Compressor
Water Pump
FC ECU
HV ECU Intercooler
FCPC
PCU
PCU Power Control Unit; FCPC: FC Power Control Unit
Gen2 System Gen2 Modules Type I
Type II
Specifications
Weight 240kg
Rated Power
[EOL]
60kW & 70kW
Voltage 400 – 750 VDC
Temperature
Range
-30̊C to 45̊C
• Compact
• Reliable
• Proven Mass
Production
Technology
With upper frame mount
• PUBLIC 公開
Toyota Fuel Cell Modules
Vehicle technology applicable to other applications
14
Expand applications through collaboration with like-minded partners
Growth
Gen1 MIRAI: ̴12,000vehicles
(Japan: 3800, Oversea: 8200)
Highest Mileage/user: 258kkm
Total Mileage: 536Mkm
Gen2
Gen3
Technology Partnerships
Marine
Bus
Truck
Rail
City
Stationary
• PUBLIC 公開
Toyota – Caetano Fuel Cell Bus
15
100+ units all over Europe
Portugal: Cascais
Germany: several cities
France: La Roche-sur-Yon
Denmark: Copenhagen
Spain: Madrid & BCN
• PUBLIC 公開
Railway application
16
First bi-mode train: Electrical Grid or Fuel Cell
Project:
• Demonstration of a Fuel Cell Hybrid power pack on a Bi-mode train
• H2020 Innovation Action funded by Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking
• Collaboration among companies based in Germany, Spain, Portugal and Belgium
• Start: January 2021 – End: 2024
• PUBLIC 公開
Applications: Marine
17
Toyota fuel cell mass production technology used for large marine.
Corvus Energy H2 Fuel Cell System with Toyota modules developed through H2NOR project.
Received Approval in Principle (AiP) by maritime type approval authority DNV:
• Simplified placement inside a shipʼs hull
• Inherently gas safe design
• Efficient integration: limited requirements to ship for adaptation.
• PUBLIC 公開
Applications: Marine and Stationary
18
Versatile use of Toyotaʼs modules for Stationary and Marine
Application of innovative solutions gained by the development of the Energy Observer Boat,
have resulted in sustainable, reliable and efficient industrial products.
• GEH2: 100 kVA zero-emission hydrogen power Generator.
• REXH2: 60kW (up to 600kW stacked) Range Extender for propulsion at sea.
o Hynova 40 – 12m (Hynova Yaughts) boat
o Eco-responsible Corsica fishing school vessel: 2x 70kW REXH2 + batteries
• PUBLIC 公開
Toyota Fuel cell module
Made in Europe
• PUBLIC 公開
• PUBLIC 公開
EMRH2Booster
18th of April 2023
Francorchamps
Mission
Decarbonise
6.1 million heavy-duty trucks in Europe
with green hydrogen
Decarbonise
6.1 million heavy-duty trucks in Europe
with green hydrogen
MISSION
CL
HYTRUCKS CONFIDENTIAL
F
F
F L L L
E
F,E,CH,IT F,E,CH,IT
U
K
HyTrucks Step1 TEN-T corridors
Other TEN-T corridors
LEGEND
RG
AMBITION
1000 hydrogen trucks
in EU logistic hotspot
by 2025
Vision
1.Build a strong value chain wide consortium
2.Resolve financial and operational barriers
3.Align offer and demand of H2 and trucks
in volume, space, time and value
HYTRUCKS CONFIDENTIAL
1.Build a strong value chain wide consortium
2.Resolve financial and operational barriers
3.Align offer and demand of H2 and trucks
in volume, space, time and value
VISION
CL
Partners from 5 countries from all over the value chain
Transport Operators
6
Source: Febetra 2022, NACFE 2023, IRU 2023, TLV/Febetra/UPTR 2022
•Hydrogen only viable economic choice for long-haul zero-emission
•Hydrogen only zero-emission solution for heavy-duty tractors
•Internal combustion engines required to support a two-decade
transition to hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles
•IRU, ESC and Fuels Europe call for the full and equal recognition of
carbon neutral fuels and hydrogen combustion in HDV CO2 regulation,
as viable long-term solutions alongside electrification and H2 Fuel Cells
•Large scale decarbonisation of road transport will be
subsidised or will not happen
Truck OEMs
Martin Lundstedt
Chairman ACEA Commercial Vehicle Board
CEO Volvo Group
European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association
“From 2040 onwards we only sell zero emission trucks and busses
For Heavy and Medium Duty trucks and busses all technologies are needed
• BEV
• H2 Fuel Cell
• Internal Combustion Engine Renewable Fuels: H2, bio fuels”
Source: ACEA webinar, 22 November 2022 Source: Daimler Truck Podcast, 23 February 2023 7
Martin Daum
CEO Daimler Trucks
“Facts instead of myths: why the world needs hydrogen
• Hydrogen is like water – absolutely essential.
• Hydrogen is “sun-to-wheel”-efficient.
• Cheap solar power makes hydrogen competitive.
• Two infrastructures are cheaper than one.
• We invest in a big way.”
8
Technology developers
Source: Bosch at ERTRAC conference, Brussels, October 2022, public information 2023
…
H2ICE
Technology alternatives
BEV
FCEV
Dual Fuel
H2ICE
HRE
D
D
D
D
Plugin Hybrid
Hybrid D
D
H
H
HVO/E-fuel
Source: WaterstofNet, McKinsey, 43 HyTrucks transport operators, 6 HRS operators and 3 truck OEMS in Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourgh, Netherlands
Electricity OR hydrogen?
Electricity AND hydrogen - depending on use case
Heavier and/or longer distance transport
Higher energy
need and density
Higher volume
faster refuelling
Limited carbonless
energy availability
areas
Limited electricity grid
capacity areas
Smaller refuelling
time window
Higher storage
energy density
Hydrogen
Higher capacity carbonless energy
transport and storage
Energy
demand
Energy
offer
Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine combines
Zero Emission + Euro7 + Low cost + Fast to market
Source: Bosch, AVL, L at ERTRAC conference, Brussels, October 2022
Diesel
800km 40 ton Limited extra truck CAPEX
k€/truck H2 injection + H2 cilinders
No 3.4 ton battery
No scarce materials
100
0
200
300
400
500
600
H2ICE
BEV
FCEV
Trucks: Diesel economies of scale and time to market
Reutilisation of existing truck mfg plants
=> diesel economies of scale + LNG alike fast implementation
Reutilisation of existing dealer network =
=> dense service network + no technician reskilling issue
Refueling Stations: limited backbone cost and time to market
Limited public refueling station backbone
=> no need for grid & charging infra at every transport operator
Hydrogen Fuel Cell
Electric
Dual Fuel Internal
Combustion Engine
Hydrogen Internal
Combustion Engine
Technology examples
Hydrogen Range
Extender Electric
Planet A
Thanks You
!
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
➢
Yes
Yes
TBD
ZELLie
Zéro Emission Logistique Liège
Director
Novandi
Sales Area Manager
Anglo Belgian Corporation
VINCENT BRASSINNE JEAN-PIERRE PROPS
A strong consortium
An eco-systemic approach
u Roles:
Ø Novandi: owner and operator of the barges and
Multimodal terminal, concession holder of Renory
site
Ø Eoly: producer and seller of the green hydrogen
molecules, to Novandi and other end customers
Ø ABC: designer of the H2 engines used in the barges
Ø John Cockerill : designer of the electrolyzer
producing the H2
u Project developed with partners with complementary
skills (geographical and/or role criteria)
u Ambition: cover the entire value chain
u Maximization of the probability of success combined with
the reduction of the risks inherent to the projects
Trucks Multimodal
Change for the climate
Freight transport by road, waterway and rail
Comparison of CO2 emissions in grams to transport one ton of
freight over one kilometer
The project
Objectives 2050 in 2026
The multimodal transport already allows a
55% reduction in CO2 emissions à 2030
target reached.
Novandi and Eoly Energy are willing to build
a production unit in the Port of Liège to
enable decarbonisation of transport
activities in the area of Liège.
The purpose of the collaboration is:
u For Novandi to operate zero emission
barges at an affordable cost
u For Eoly to produce and to sell green
hydrogen, with part of the volumes
secured by Novandi
A 5MW electrolyser will be built in the port of
Liege, on the Renory site. The production unit will
meet the decarbonation needs of the logistics
activities in the area. Eoly Energy and Novandi have
received the support of the Walloon Region in the
framework of a call for projects organized in 2021.
The locally produced hydrogen will power 2 barges,
operated by Novandi, which make the connection
between the port of Liege and the port of Antwerp.
The project includes the modification of the
motorization of both barges, as well as the
necessary adaptation of the fuel storage.
A refuelling station for road mobility applications
will also be built on the Renory site. The station
has been designed to supply heavy mobility
applications (350bar).
Activities
Retrofit and
operate 2
barges sailing
between the
Port of Liège
and the Port of
Antwerp
Mobile storage
units
Sell green
hydrogen to
transport
applications
Build and
operate a 5 MW
production unit
Build and
operate a
hydrogen
Refueling
Station
Local
production of
renewable
energy
Difficulties
- Capex and Opex GAP è Market is moving but not yet ready to pay more for green
transport
- Difficulties to find subsidies to finance the OPEX gap. A must if we want to activate
the market
- Technological risk for operators è Barge retrofit is still POC stage, risk to be cover by
the authorities to activate the market
Hydrogen (H2)
Launch of the 100% H2 engine range at the World Hydrogen Summit in Rotterdam
(May 2022)
Bore: 256 mm
Stroke: 310 mm
12 & 16 cylinders in V
Up to 1,000 rpm
Up to 2,670 kW
Up to 3,630 HP
Hydrogen (H2)
DZ H2 DZ H2
Bore: 256 mm
Stroke: 310 mm
6 & 8 cylinders in line
Up to 1,000 rpm
Up to 1,330 kW
Up to 1,810 HP
100% H2 GAS
BE POWERFUL
ü Power range: 500 kW – 2,670 kW
ü Possible to operate on less purified H2
BE SUSTAINABLE
ü 100% CO2 reducCon
ü Very low NOx and soot
ü EU Stage V compliant WITHOUT DPF/SCR
ü No use of rare materials
(lithium, zinc, cobalt, plaCnum, rare earths, …)
BE COMPETITIVE
ü Long lifeCme (+200,000 engine running hours)
ü Easy maintenance
ü Availability of spare parts / supply chain
(no use of rare or conflict materials)
Hydrogen (H2)
References
Technical details
• Country: Belgium
• Ship’s name: Hydrotug 1
• Type: Tugboat
• Shipyard: Astilleros Armon
• Commissioning: 2023
• Engine: 2x 12DZD H2
Thank you for
your attention! ZELLie
Let’s talk together during the B2B session!
« H2 economy and Heavy duty mobility »
Spa Francorchamps Racetrack 2023
« Training needs & offers »
b y A n n e - L a u r e D e l v a u x J o h n C o c k e r i l l
& C e n d r i n e M a r c h a l T e c h n i f u t u r ®
1
1. Technifutur® in few words
2
Our priorities: - Combating shortages in the workforce
- Sensibilisation STEM
- Digitalisation
- Projects / Futur technologies (AR-VR, Cobot, 3D printing,
Industry of the future, Smart Grid, Hydrogen,
Connected and autonomous Vehicles)
Figures: - 135 FTE
- 24.861 people trained
- 968 Customers (746 companies)
Our Mission: Train the technological talents during all his life.
3
2. Technifutur®: Existing training modules
1. Training for workers (developed in FCH JU project KNOWHY):
- Chapt. 1: Introduction to the transport sector
- Chapt. 2: Basics of Fuel Cell
- Chapt. 3: High and low pressure components
- Chapt. 4: High voltage components
- Chapt. 5: Architecture of FC vehicle
- Chapt. 6: Maintenance of FC vehicle
2. Training for schools:
• Basics in Hydrogen/Fuel Cells (1/2 day)
• Fuel Cell Hydrogen in vehicles (1 day)
• Energy Storage introduction (Hydraulic, Fuel Cell, batterie, Air) for kids from 10-14
year old.
4
3. Certification in Belgium for automotive technicians
Context:
The collective labour agreements of the after-sales automotive
sector include the obligation to have a valid sectoral safety certificate
H2 in line with the activities to be to be carried out by the workers.
The certification structure consists of three levels.
Level 1: Awareness of employees
- Target: For workers to take actions on hydrogen vehicles, but
never on the hydrogen system itself
- Duration: 8h (certification included)
Level 2: Specialized employees
- Target: For workers to take actions on hydrogen vehicles and
hydrogen- containing components after they have been made
hydrogen-free.
- Duration: 16h (certification included)
5
4. Technifutur: Hydrogen futur development
7
John Cockerill Group at glance
6000+
employees worldwide
motivated talents
30+ years
of experience and
expertise in hydrogen
solutions
Privately held
group since 2002
stable shareholding
€1.049 billion
2022 sales figures
85+
worldwide subsidiaries
locally anchored
60
Nationalities
Energy transition
top ranking player
A mission to meet the needs of our time by operating in 6 areas of expertise
Hydrogen Environment Industry Defense Services
Energy
8
John Cockerill Hydrogen is a global leader in electrolyser
manufacturing
25+ years
of experience and
expertise
in hydrogen solutions
8GW manuf. capacity
announced by 2025
in operation & construction
Very large scale H2
solutions up to 100MW and 1GW
1200+ references
in 30+ countries
in many different industries
Largest electrolyser
in the market with 6,5MW
nominal capacity (1300Nm³/h)
Mobility and HRS
equipment & projects
Key 2022
figures
Overview
500 +
motivated talents
206MW delivered
in 2022
~20% worldwide
market share
9
John Cockerill Hydrogen : ongoing projects
300 collaborators in Europe
(Belgium and France)
200 in China
26.04.2023 ▪ 10
John Cockerill H2 – rapid growth and new market
Very rapid increase of staff
Emerging field
No senior profiles
on the market
Hiring
§ generalist profiles
§ specialists from
sectors close to ours
(Oil & Gaz typically)
§ Process engineers,
E&I engineers,
mechanical engineers,
civil engineers, …
26.04.2023 ▪ 11
Hiring, onboarding and training
Specific trainings
§ Onboarding
§ Development of internal
trainings
§ On the job trainings
§ Knowledge sharing with
our chinese colleagues
Generic skills
§ can be developed through
external trainings and
partnerships such as
Technifutur
0. Exemple of trainings followed by John Cockerill at Technifutur®
12
In 8 domains: Assembly, Automatism, Image and multimedia, Informatic, Maintenance,
Organization, Material & Surface, Industrial technics.
2023, already foreseen…
For the Hydrogen department of JC:
• Booked: Surface treatment
• In progress: Hydrogen module for
engineers: 2 modules for R&D
Department.
… to be followed…
THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION
C O N TA C T
Cendrine.marchal@technifutur.be
• Business Développer
WWWW.TE CHN I FUTU R.BE
13
Hydrogen Electric (Zero Emission) Heavy duty vehicles
Establishment of a Rental Fleet
Short term demonstrations
Offering opportunities to test drive
HAESAERTS LUXEMBOURG is honored
to demonstrate our H² DUAL FUEL truck
operating in our daily operations.
together to a
greener world
Current State of the Hydrogen Economy
in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine
Feedback from interviewed & interested parties
Why a Francorchamps Hydrogen Initiative today ?
Francorchamps, 18th April 2023
A wide panel of actors active in the EMR region were interviewed
2
Industrial actors &
Hydrogen producers Gas network operators Waterways actors Public entities & clusters R&D players
Highway actors
I. Fondatemental question :
where will hydrogen
in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine
come from ?
Fundamentally, the EMR-Region is precisely located where the unbalance between energy
needs and production potential is the greatest across all Europe
4
Source : Wupperthal Institute – Import Energy Coalition Report 2021
As a consequence the EMRregion H2 equation will be mainly driven by imports,
and the pace at which new pipelines will be deployed
Sources European Hydrogen Backbone Initiative
European H2 backbone by 2030
The first question will be the
speed of deployment of H2
imports across the ports of
Rotterdam, Antwerp and
Zeebrugge.
The second question will be the
speed of the retrofit of the
gas pipelines in the
Netherlands.
The third question will be the
speed of construction of new
hydrogen pipelines through
Belgium.
The fourth question will be the
speed of construction on a
new hydrogen pipelines
through the German border
and beyond.
The fifth question is that while
the H2 get Nukleus project is
under development in the Ruhr
region, the speed of
reconversion of gas pipelines
in central Germany is at this
stage an open question (which
will pay a role on the
development of the H2
economy on the German side
of the EMR-Region).
Then will come of course the
question of large production
projects on the shores of
Belgium, the Netherlands
and Germany and how they
can be channeled to the
Euroregio innerland.
As a consequence the EMRregion H2 equation will be mainly driven by imports,
and the pace at which new pipelines will be deployed
Source: European Hydrogen Backbone Initiative
European H2 backbone by 2040
For the following ten years the
retrofit of the gas pipelines
between Brussels and Liège
and Liège and Luxemburg will
the drivers of a further
deepening of the H2 economy
in the EMR-Region on top of the
new dedicated hydrogen
pipelines.
And the development of
markets across the regions to
channel hydrogen quantities
across borders.
Some key projects can already be identified as structuring elements of the future
of the hydrogen economy in the EMR-Region
Source: Internet & Interviews (only public information displayed) 7
Industrial CO2 emissions,
Source : EU ETS transaction
log 2021
32 MtCO2/y
Major inland waterways
EMR Region
Liège
Aachen
Maastricht
Antwerp
Feluy
Carmeuse/Engi
e
(75 MW)
Plug Power
(200MW)
Port of Rotterdam
(2x200 MW)
Hydrogen scaled production projects (>10 MW)
Potential scaled hydrogen consumers
Chemelot
ELYgator
(200MW)
In Rotterdam, next to massive planned
hydrogen imports, a 2x 200 MW green H2
local production project is underway.
In Antwerp, next to hydrogen imports
(recent projects from Norway), and existing
steam reformers providing grey H2, Plug
Power has announced a 100 MW local green
H2 production.
In Dutch Limburg, Chemelot is a major
industrial zone that is suffering from the
current international crisis but which
future will entail a hydrogen dimension.
In Liège, several projects of retransformed
industrial zones offer a potential for
hydrogen use, as well as the Renory port.
The development of the Airport is also an
avenue to consider for possible future large
offtake of H2 derived fuels.
In Terneuse, Air Liquide develops a 200 MW
electrolyser running on renewable power
with the idea to provide green hydrogen to
the Benelux market.
Close to Feluy, Carmeuse, ENGIE and John
Cockerill have decided to develop a 75 MW
electrolyser combined with carbon capture
to develop an e-gas supply to mobilty
applications (inter alia).
In Zeebrugge, the Belgian consortium
Hyoffwind (Eoly and Fluxys) will develop a
25 MW green hydrogen production unit
(scalable to 100 MW).
In Germany, a number of industrials are
starting to consider a decarbonization
route based on green hydrogen with
local production backed by subsidies.
High level view of possible supply options and import routes in the EMR-Region
Where to get the hydrogen ? How to bring the H2 in the EMR Regio ?
Imports
Local production
H2 potential suppliers
Connected through pipeline connexions :
- Norway
- United Kingdom
- North Sea (production from offshore
wind power)
Shipping routes : global H2 markets
H2 import nodes
Port of Antwerp
Port of Zeebrugge
Port of Dunkirk
Port of Rotterdam
Port of Wilhelmshaven
Port of Hamburg
Production from solar and wind
Wind potential is limited because of moderate wind exposure and the
Einstein Telescope project requiring a low vibrations environment.
Scaled solar potential is limited too by natura 2000 protected areas.
à Wind and solar can’t be scaled enough for local hydrogen production .
Production from grid power
Sites with strong electrical connexions are available where hydrogen
could be produced using grid power, but the question of carbon content
and renewable character of the produced hydrogen remains
Production from waste and biomass
Hydrogen can also be produced directly from waste or biomass pyrolysis
(promising but still immature), or by electrolysis with waste-to-power
electricity.
Production from Nuclear power
The Tihange 3 reactor (1038MW) is officially extended for at least 10y,
extension of Tihange 1 (962MW) is under negotiation.
3 Small Modular Reactors are planned in NL Limburg
à Low carbon hydrogen could be produced from nuclear power, but
costs, low carbon principle, and political framework still remain unclear
Local production potential is limited, imports will be necessary to address the demand. Pipelines seem to be the main option to deliver quantities in the future
H2 pipeline network
Existing :
Air Liquide has 600+km of piping in the region, but not
passing through the EMR.
Repurposed natural gas pipelines (case by case study).
New :
Fluxys, OGE, Gasunie have plans to develop a backbone
of H2 pipelines through the region by 2030, starting some
lines as early as 2026.
Highways
Suitable for limited volumes or short ranges supplies
(such as production site to station deliveries), but not
suited for large scale or industrial uses supplies.
Railways
Probably suited for H2 derivatives (ammonia, methanol,
e-kerosene…), but limited in volume for safety reasons
Waterways
Probably suited for H2 derivatives (ammonia, methanol,
e-kerosene…), but limited in volume for safety reasons
and ammonia can not cross cities on rivers.
Source : Hydrogen Advisors & Seiya Consulting
Main conclusions of this part / Hydrogen Production & Use
9
• While some local hydrogen projects get developed, the fundamental development of an hydrogen economy in the EMR-Region
versus on the coast of Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands will be directly related to the speed of deployment of H2 backbones
Þ Align decision makers on the importance of doing everything to deploy quickly new hydrogen pipes, especially at the
interconnection points (make things easy at administrative level / handle the societal acceptance dimension)
Þ Speed up actions to favour the visibility of the aggregate offtake on the heavy duty transport side (rivers & roads)
• There is no existing database of key hydrogen projects that are relevant to the EMR region = either in the region or at the gates of
the region that will have an impact on the hydrogen supply
=> It would be good to develop such mapping / dataset in a simple and structured way to help share the global view of
productions and consumptions, and also be able to aggregate consumptions data for the deployment of infrastructures
• Next to hydrogen imports and some green hydrogen production from wind (on the different countries coastal regions), there might be an
equation for the production of hydrogen from waste in the inner land
=> Beyond the existing pilot projects eventually assess in a more structured way what could be the global resources and
production, as well as widen the number of players / start-ups invited to play in the region
• Transporting hydrogen and hydrogen derivatives on the water ways is a limited option is terms of volumes. It would however be good to
deepen the vision to develop partial alternatives routes to the transport of hydrogen per pipe and road by using rivers
=> Launch a group focused on the development of hydrogen transport on water ways across the EMR Region as with the
development of hydrogen barges this will be a increasing topic, and there will also be a need to supply Liege airport with increasing
green fuels (as all fuels can not come by road). Such discussions have started in different places, bring them now to the next level.
II. What can be said
about transports ?
Transport Equation
The EMR-Region is at the core of 3 Ten-T Corridors
11
Source: European Commission Ten-T Corridors
The region is very logistics intense being at the
crossroads of the densely populated Benelux
and North-Rhine-Westphalia areas.
Heavy duty traffic (trucks, rivers, airports) will
need scaled hydrogen access in order to achieve
Net Zero emissions.
Transport Equation
Zoom on the Road System in the EMR-Region
12
Source : Google Maps & Hydrogen Advisors retreatment / UNECE Road Census (2005-2020)
Looking at it from a pure road transport side, the
EuroRegion acts as a huge roundabout that redistributes
the traffic between Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany
and Luxemburg.
In that sense it will be an essential node at the cross
section of future H2 highways in Europe and must have
a proper network of H2 refilling stations;
Transport Equation
Schemes for the support of H2 Stations and H2 trucks are rather different country per country
13
Source : Wtarestofnet, Hydrogen Advisors, Seiya Consulting
State subsidizes 80%
of the delta between
diesel truck and
FCEV truck (on 500
kEuros, 100 kEuros
left to finance)
No financing of H2
refuelling stations nor
hydrogen trucks but
upcoming 250 MEuros
support to help
transition of vehicles
No toll road on ZEV. No discount yet on ZEV
CEF-T-AFIT, last call in
2023, 30% of infra
Clean Hydrogen
Partnership allocated
30 MEuros subsidy in
2022. It went to a
project led by Shell in
Germany.
ADEME calls subsidies
usually 25% of Capex.
South Region - 35% ADEME
and 5% region
Occitanie Region - EIB and
CEF helped finance 58 out
of 75 MEuros of infra and
Region subsidy of up to
60% of truck delta.
New ADEME call in March
(275MEuros)
No toll road but in
planning. Its introduction
will be compensated by
upcoming 250 MEuros
support to transitioning
vehicles
Toll road on diesel
Toll road on diesel Toll road on diesel
Accelerated amortization
mechanism on ZEV trucks
Call for projects and
permanent subsidy of
13,5% of stations =
limited
Call for projects and
permanent subsidy of
23/24% of trucks delta =
limited
State subsidizes 80%
of stations (on a
station of 6MEuros,
4,8 MEuros paid)
Challenge for the Belgian regions of the EMR Region to
finance stations at the same pace – topic for EMR funding ?
Transport Equation
CCNR*’s two possible transition paths for the decarbonisation of inland transport vessels
14
Source : CCNR - Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine - Roadmap for reducing inland navigation emissions (March 2022)
Bets on the deployment of biofuels, of which the supply chain is
also under tension for aviation and maritime transport
Bets on the scaled deployment of batteries, of which the supply
chain of materials and charging infrastructure are already under
tension for road vehicles
H2-derivative
(Methanol)
H2
H2 accounts for
~45% of the
propulsion of
inland vessels
~20%
Transport Equation
Zoom on the Rivers Systems in the EMR-Region
15
=> Waterways are a pillar of goods transportation in
Belgium, the Netherlands, and Nord Rhein
Westphalen in Germany
Inland waterway transport performance in rhine countries
according to type of transport in 2018 (in million tkm)
Cross-border exchanges are a major driver of this traffic
Transport performance in main
European river basins (in billion tkm)
Source : CCNR - Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine – Annual report 2019 | European Alternative Fuels Observatory
North-South axis : 60 Bn TKM
Inland waterway transport
consumes 6 times less energy than
road transport, and 2 times less
energy than railway freight.
*Hypotheses:
- 21gCO2/tkm (for a 1 350t rated
vessel, Flemish Institute of Research)
- 2,65 kgCO2/L diesel
- 10kWh/L diesel, 33,3 kWh/kg H2
- Efficiency ICE 30%
- Efficiency fuel cell power train : 50%
In order to convert the entirety of the
the North-South vessels to hydrogen
(60 bn TKM), the H2 consumption would
be approximately of 150 ktH2/y*.
Imports
Exports
National
Transit
Transport Equation
How to fuel barges ? Mapping future pipelines and rivers = a matching option
16
R
h
i
n
e
Zeebrugge
North sea
Liège
Antwerp
Ghent
Albert Canal
Aachen
Köln
Düsseldorf
Duisburg Dortmund
Hydrogen import routes
Rotterdam
Wilhemshaven
Maastricht
Major inland waterways
Fluxys
OGE
Gasunie
Air Liquide
Projected H2 pipelines :
Source : Hydrogen Advisors & Seiya Consulting
Meuse
There is a good geographic match between
future H2 pipelines and the river systems of
the Meuse and Rhine, but H2 consumption of
river traffic is probably not taken into account
yet in the TSO’s deployment plans
cv
Transport Equation
A number of inland vessels propelled by H2 and H2-derivatives are being developed
H2Ships
European barges project in Belgium and
the Netherlands to demonstrate the
technical and economic feasibility
of hydrogen bunkering and
propulsion for shipping. Backed by
Interreg (6,3M€ project).
Hybarge
project led by the SAS Crew for the
Occitanie region; capacity: 300 tons of
goods.
Start of production in 2023; Expected
launch in 2024. This barge can sail on all
the canals of Europe.
Zulu 06
EU-backed “Flagships” project
(through the CHP).
Electric propulsion with 2x200kW fuel cells,
350kg H2 tank, commissioning scheduled
for September 2022 along the Seine (first
hydrogen-powered barge in Europe)
Future Proof Shipping (FPS)
EU-backed “Flagships” project (CHP).
First H2 retrofitted barge is already
complete (200 TEU capacity), the new two
are in the design phase. FPS plans to offer
zero-emission shipping along the Rhine by
2023.
RH2INE
EU backed project funded through the CEF, first comprehensive
corridor approach which aims to develop hydrogen for heavy
mobility (rail, road, & waterways) along the Rhine.
The joint initiative aims to put 280 hydrogen-powered barges into
operation by 2030
ZELLIE
led by Eoly Energy and Novandi, they
plan to build a hydrogen production unit
on the Renory site in Liège and to
decarbonize logistics flows by
commissioning 2 hydrogen barges and a
refueling station intended for mobility on
the road.
OCI, Unibarge:
A dual-fuel bunker barge powered by green
methanol. It will be the first green inland waterway
craft in Europe to also serve as a methanol bunker
delivery vessel, both delivering and operating on
green methanol. It will be deployed at the Port of
Rotterdam, Europe's largest port, in 2024.
H2- propelled barges projects H2-derivatives propelled barges projects
Cold ironing
Methanol powered
barge
Ammonia powered
barge
No projects identified. Ammonia is a dangerous
and toxic chemical and leaks are difficult to
manage, especially in rivers which are a flowing but
enclosed environment.
ELEMANTA H2 – H2 bunkering &
cold ironing
Améthyste, ArianeGroup, Cetim,
HDF Energy, Rubis Terminal and
Sofresid engineering have teamed
up to develop a hydrogen-
powered fuel cell barge to deliver
green electricity and hydrogen to
large
Green HARBOUR
Nexeya project for a cold ironing H2 barge in the Port of Sète
(Occitanie, France). The barge will provide up to 2 MW of electric
power to other ships at berth.
Source : Hydrogen Advisors & Seiya Consulting
Main conclusions of this part / Transport
18
• The EMR-Region concentrates a very large part of the high volume transport by barges in Europe on inner rivers, as such it
represents a very interesting play for decarbonisation with impact.
=> The EMR Region should build on the high decarbonization vision of the CCNR to make this scenario the reference also for
the Meuse ecosystem and bring all parties to work to implement it all over the region.
• There are an increasing number of hydrogen based barges being developed in Europe
=> The EMR Region should develop as a priority to foster the supply of hydrogen on its water ways and favour the
development of a chain of SMEs at the forefront of hydrogen based vessels development and maintenance that could serve
client’s fleet beyond the region (being centrally located)
• The EMR-Region is a major an central note / like a roundabout for the distribution of heavy duty vehicles at the corner of
Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium, and at the corner if 3 major Ten-T Corridors
Þ It must have H2 refuelling stations on its network and articulate them with a wider vision of the developing networks of
stations in the Netherlands and Germany to ensure continuity of supply on the main crossing highways
Þ Further work should be done on the harmonization of stations for trucks and barges across all countries
• There are however wide difference in the funding of refuelling stations and H2 vehicles that could jeopardize the development of
proper H2 refuelling corridors across the entire Region
=> European funding, via the EMR Regio project could eventually fill the financing gap in the regions where the support of
hydrogen stations and vehicles is lower than in neighbouring regions, in the interest of Europe.
III. What can we do to increase
cross-border collaboration ?
Existing Organizations & Perceived Interactions
20
?
?
?
~
Only high-level policies,
not SME targeted
There a lots of companies in the Region interested in
getting involved in the H2 value chain.
How can we get them to know each other, to know
who does what, and increase synergies and
collaboration between these companies ?
Source : Hydrogen Advisors & Seiya Consulting
Further structuring
to be developed
now directly
at Euro Regio Level
Julich ecosystem is an interesting example (not the only one) in the way it rallies SMEs and
R&D players around the idea to develop new competencies and be operational on projects
21
Source : www.h2-cluster.de
Main conclusions of this part / Working all together / Aligning resources
22
• In all parts of the EMR Region there are hydrogen associations but besides connection at the top there does not seem to be
interactions at the level of members (besides in Belgium between WaterstofNet and H2 Hub Wallonia - as some members are in both,
and now will be reinforced by the upcoming launch of the Belgian Hydrogen Council, their joint initiative)
Þ It would be good to bring all members together for once to make them realize there is a lot happening (ex: Liège) and get
them to know what happens being borders that they honestly ignore
Þ It would be good to map existing members in all three clusters along value chains to i) increase the visibility of the richness of
the EMR Regio ecosystem ii) facilitate afterwards interactions between members of the different clusters iii) lead some players to
source closer to home as they discover new possible partners. This has been done in some organizations but not across
organizations at the EMR Regio Level.
• There is a very strong ecosystem of SMEs and R&D centres trying to work together in North Rhine-Westphalia to develop
concrete solutions and knowledge (while we noticed in some other place collaborations between local companies and R&D center on
specific projects)
Þ Such approach could be widened at EMR Region level
• There is not yet a common work done on human resources, whereas skillsets and resources are being organized in the field of
hydrogen as a must be for the development of this new economy
Þ Public stakeholders should consider organizing a prospective exercise at the level of the Euro Region.
This leads us to a Francorchamps Hydrogen Initiative with Three Pillars for the Euroregio
23
Structuring a Regional
Hydrogen Economy
Developing the EMR
hydrogen rivers corridor
Developing the EMR
hydrogen highways
corridor
Raphael Schoentgen
rs@hydrogenadvisors.com
+32470841959
Léopold Thomas
leopold.thomas@seiya-consulting.com
+32456193940
Mr. Philippe Henry,
Vice-President of Wallonia Region
Minister for Climate, Energy, Mobility and
Infrastructure
ACO and Hydrogen : a
vision for the future
3
OUR VISION : COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY SINCE 100 YEARS
INNOVATION
LABORATORY
Since 1923
1 S T H Y B R I D E N G I N E
1 S T H Y D R O G E N R A C I N G C A R
T U R B O E N G I N E 1 9 7 4
4
PLANNING 2023 – 2027 H2 CATEGORY IN LE MANS 24h
H2 CATEGORY
H2 Category at Le Mans 24h
and WEC
Possible official anouncement of manufacturers Manufacturer
Garage 56
opportunity ?
COMMUNICATION & PROJECTS H2
5
2018 2019
Mission H24 and SPA : A Very Special Relation
2021
7
Number of stacks: 4
Fuel-cell system weight: 230 kg
Battery capacity: 3,1 kWh
C rate batterie: 90 C/150 C
(charge/discharge)
Number of electric engines: 2
Number of H2 tanks: 3
Charging pressure: 700 bar
Onboard hydrogen load: 8.6 kg
Motorsport : an accelerator of H2 Innovation
9
EUROPEAN COMMISSION
Roland Lescure, Global Industrie,
Golden Tech, 8 mars 2023
Bruxelles, Commission Européenne, avec la
commissaire Mariya Gabriel, 1 mars 2023
10
THANK YOU
Bernard NICLOT
Win Innovation
Director of Innovation Mission H24

More Related Content

What's hot

Plans industriels 2030 des secteurs de l'énergie et de l'eau en Wallonie - 04...
Plans industriels 2030 des secteurs de l'énergie et de l'eau en Wallonie - 04...Plans industriels 2030 des secteurs de l'énergie et de l'eau en Wallonie - 04...
Plans industriels 2030 des secteurs de l'énergie et de l'eau en Wallonie - 04...
Cluster TWEED
 
Micro-reseaux de chaleur & Communautes d'Energies Renouvelables | 04 mars 2021
Micro-reseaux de chaleur & Communautes d'Energies Renouvelables | 04 mars 2021Micro-reseaux de chaleur & Communautes d'Energies Renouvelables | 04 mars 2021
Micro-reseaux de chaleur & Communautes d'Energies Renouvelables | 04 mars 2021
Cluster TWEED
 
Hydrogen Mission 2021& Green Hydrogen Policy 2022.pptx
Hydrogen Mission 2021& Green Hydrogen  Policy 2022.pptxHydrogen Mission 2021& Green Hydrogen  Policy 2022.pptx
Hydrogen Mission 2021& Green Hydrogen Policy 2022.pptx
YuvrajSaigal
 

What's hot (20)

Green hydrogen technology.pptx
Green hydrogen technology.pptxGreen hydrogen technology.pptx
Green hydrogen technology.pptx
 
Energie durable & efficacité énergétique dans les piscines | Nivelles - 30 oc...
Energie durable & efficacité énergétique dans les piscines | Nivelles - 30 oc...Energie durable & efficacité énergétique dans les piscines | Nivelles - 30 oc...
Energie durable & efficacité énergétique dans les piscines | Nivelles - 30 oc...
 
Green hydrogen Basics - Overview_Jan 2022
Green hydrogen Basics - Overview_Jan 2022Green hydrogen Basics - Overview_Jan 2022
Green hydrogen Basics - Overview_Jan 2022
 
Hydrogen Value Chain.pptx
Hydrogen Value Chain.pptxHydrogen Value Chain.pptx
Hydrogen Value Chain.pptx
 
Plans industriels 2030 des secteurs de l'énergie et de l'eau en Wallonie - 04...
Plans industriels 2030 des secteurs de l'énergie et de l'eau en Wallonie - 04...Plans industriels 2030 des secteurs de l'énergie et de l'eau en Wallonie - 04...
Plans industriels 2030 des secteurs de l'énergie et de l'eau en Wallonie - 04...
 
GREEN HYDROGEN AS FUEL.pptx
GREEN HYDROGEN AS FUEL.pptxGREEN HYDROGEN AS FUEL.pptx
GREEN HYDROGEN AS FUEL.pptx
 
Micro-reseaux de chaleur & Communautes d'Energies Renouvelables | 04 mars 2021
Micro-reseaux de chaleur & Communautes d'Energies Renouvelables | 04 mars 2021Micro-reseaux de chaleur & Communautes d'Energies Renouvelables | 04 mars 2021
Micro-reseaux de chaleur & Communautes d'Energies Renouvelables | 04 mars 2021
 
Shell presentation
Shell presentationShell presentation
Shell presentation
 
Hydrogen Mission 2021& Green Hydrogen Policy 2022.pptx
Hydrogen Mission 2021& Green Hydrogen  Policy 2022.pptxHydrogen Mission 2021& Green Hydrogen  Policy 2022.pptx
Hydrogen Mission 2021& Green Hydrogen Policy 2022.pptx
 
The Changing Joule Dynamic | Accenture
The Changing Joule Dynamic | AccentureThe Changing Joule Dynamic | Accenture
The Changing Joule Dynamic | Accenture
 
Shell Digital Strategy
Shell Digital StrategyShell Digital Strategy
Shell Digital Strategy
 
Energy Transition - A comprehensive approach
Energy Transition - A comprehensive approachEnergy Transition - A comprehensive approach
Energy Transition - A comprehensive approach
 
Green hydrogen production and distribution
Green hydrogen production and distributionGreen hydrogen production and distribution
Green hydrogen production and distribution
 
Green Hydrogen: Plans Potential and Future Outlook
Green Hydrogen: Plans Potential and Future OutlookGreen Hydrogen: Plans Potential and Future Outlook
Green Hydrogen: Plans Potential and Future Outlook
 
Stockage de l'énergie - Échanges d'expertises entre le Québec, les Hauts-de-F...
Stockage de l'énergie - Échanges d'expertises entre le Québec, les Hauts-de-F...Stockage de l'énergie - Échanges d'expertises entre le Québec, les Hauts-de-F...
Stockage de l'énergie - Échanges d'expertises entre le Québec, les Hauts-de-F...
 
Taking Charge
Taking ChargeTaking Charge
Taking Charge
 
Green hydrogen
Green hydrogenGreen hydrogen
Green hydrogen
 
Fuel Cells
Fuel CellsFuel Cells
Fuel Cells
 
TCI 2016 Metropolitan Food Clusters and Agroparks
TCI 2016 Metropolitan Food Clusters and AgroparksTCI 2016 Metropolitan Food Clusters and Agroparks
TCI 2016 Metropolitan Food Clusters and Agroparks
 
Hydrogen & Renewable Energy In The UK : Real Life Case Studies
Hydrogen & Renewable Energy In The UK : Real Life Case StudiesHydrogen & Renewable Energy In The UK : Real Life Case Studies
Hydrogen & Renewable Energy In The UK : Real Life Case Studies
 

Similar to The future of H2 economy with the position of H2 in Heavy duty mobility | Spa Francorchamps - 18 April 2023

hydrogen_trains-slides-v1_compressed.pdf
hydrogen_trains-slides-v1_compressed.pdfhydrogen_trains-slides-v1_compressed.pdf
hydrogen_trains-slides-v1_compressed.pdf
VishuBaniyan
 
Hydrogène : promesses et défis dans l'industrie automobile | LIEGE CREATIVE, ...
Hydrogène : promesses et défis dans l'industrie automobile | LIEGE CREATIVE, ...Hydrogène : promesses et défis dans l'industrie automobile | LIEGE CREATIVE, ...
Hydrogène : promesses et défis dans l'industrie automobile | LIEGE CREATIVE, ...
LIEGE CREATIVE
 
hytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptx
hytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptxhytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptx
hytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptx
sundar110567
 

Similar to The future of H2 economy with the position of H2 in Heavy duty mobility | Spa Francorchamps - 18 April 2023 (20)

hydrogen_trains-slides-v1_compressed.pdf
hydrogen_trains-slides-v1_compressed.pdfhydrogen_trains-slides-v1_compressed.pdf
hydrogen_trains-slides-v1_compressed.pdf
 
Hydrogène : promesses et défis dans l'industrie automobile | LIEGE CREATIVE, ...
Hydrogène : promesses et défis dans l'industrie automobile | LIEGE CREATIVE, ...Hydrogène : promesses et défis dans l'industrie automobile | LIEGE CREATIVE, ...
Hydrogène : promesses et défis dans l'industrie automobile | LIEGE CREATIVE, ...
 
EMR H2 Booster study, the current state of the H2 economy - 16 March 2023
EMR H2 Booster study, the current state of the H2 economy - 16 March 2023EMR H2 Booster study, the current state of the H2 economy - 16 March 2023
EMR H2 Booster study, the current state of the H2 economy - 16 March 2023
 
El Hierro 100 % res island (EN)
El Hierro 100 % res island (EN)El Hierro 100 % res island (EN)
El Hierro 100 % res island (EN)
 
Summer Event @ Colruyt about Renewables & Hydrogen
Summer Event @ Colruyt about Renewables & HydrogenSummer Event @ Colruyt about Renewables & Hydrogen
Summer Event @ Colruyt about Renewables & Hydrogen
 
West Normandy: A regional Hydrogen Economy Demonstrator
West Normandy: A regional Hydrogen Economy Demonstrator West Normandy: A regional Hydrogen Economy Demonstrator
West Normandy: A regional Hydrogen Economy Demonstrator
 
ITM Power: Mobilité HYDROGÈNE France
ITM Power: Mobilité HYDROGÈNE FranceITM Power: Mobilité HYDROGÈNE France
ITM Power: Mobilité HYDROGÈNE France
 
hytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptx
hytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptxhytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptx
hytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptx
 
hytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptx
hytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptxhytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptx
hytrec2-nscomission-energy-climate-change-group-frederikstad.pptx
 
H2Hub Wallonia : From innovation to market - 03 juin 2021
H2Hub Wallonia : From innovation to market - 03 juin 2021H2Hub Wallonia : From innovation to market - 03 juin 2021
H2Hub Wallonia : From innovation to market - 03 juin 2021
 
An innovation pipeline for hydrogen & fuel cells b. madden
An innovation pipeline for hydrogen & fuel cells   b. maddenAn innovation pipeline for hydrogen & fuel cells   b. madden
An innovation pipeline for hydrogen & fuel cells b. madden
 
Show and Tell - Zero Emission Transport.pdf
Show and Tell - Zero Emission Transport.pdfShow and Tell - Zero Emission Transport.pdf
Show and Tell - Zero Emission Transport.pdf
 
Session I Angelo Moreno
Session I Angelo MorenoSession I Angelo Moreno
Session I Angelo Moreno
 
Sustainable Transport Conference
Sustainable Transport ConferenceSustainable Transport Conference
Sustainable Transport Conference
 
Lösungen für die Klimawende // Climate Change and TransportThe potential role...
Lösungen für die Klimawende // Climate Change and TransportThe potential role...Lösungen für die Klimawende // Climate Change and TransportThe potential role...
Lösungen für die Klimawende // Climate Change and TransportThe potential role...
 
Electrification as a Solution for Port Decarbonization by Bernat Adriá Mora,
Electrification as a Solution for Port Decarbonization by Bernat Adriá Mora,Electrification as a Solution for Port Decarbonization by Bernat Adriá Mora,
Electrification as a Solution for Port Decarbonization by Bernat Adriá Mora,
 
2023-27 Snam Strategic Plan presentation
2023-27 Snam Strategic Plan presentation2023-27 Snam Strategic Plan presentation
2023-27 Snam Strategic Plan presentation
 
Electro-mobility modelling
Electro-mobility modellingElectro-mobility modelling
Electro-mobility modelling
 
Natural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport m. seitz
Natural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport   m. seitzNatural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport   m. seitz
Natural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport m. seitz
 
RESOLVE – Range of Electric Solutions for Lcategory Vehicles
RESOLVE – Range of Electric Solutions for Lcategory Vehicles RESOLVE – Range of Electric Solutions for Lcategory Vehicles
RESOLVE – Range of Electric Solutions for Lcategory Vehicles
 

More from Cluster TWEED

AG TWEED-H2O : Acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...
AG TWEED-H2O : Acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...AG TWEED-H2O : Acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...
AG TWEED-H2O : Acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...
Cluster TWEED
 
BHC Conference : Joining forces on Hydrogen – Belgium, Benelux and its neighb...
BHC Conference : Joining forces on Hydrogen – Belgium, Benelux and its neighb...BHC Conference : Joining forces on Hydrogen – Belgium, Benelux and its neighb...
BHC Conference : Joining forces on Hydrogen – Belgium, Benelux and its neighb...
Cluster TWEED
 
AMORCE - Living lab MADELEINE
AMORCE - Living lab MADELEINE AMORCE - Living lab MADELEINE
AMORCE - Living lab MADELEINE
Cluster TWEED
 

More from Cluster TWEED (20)

webinaire-green-mirror-episode-2-Smart contracts and virtual purchase agreeme...
webinaire-green-mirror-episode-2-Smart contracts and virtual purchase agreeme...webinaire-green-mirror-episode-2-Smart contracts and virtual purchase agreeme...
webinaire-green-mirror-episode-2-Smart contracts and virtual purchase agreeme...
 
Appel à projets PRW61 - Soutenir les réseaux d’énergie thermique
Appel à projets PRW61 - Soutenir les réseaux d’énergie thermiqueAppel à projets PRW61 - Soutenir les réseaux d’énergie thermique
Appel à projets PRW61 - Soutenir les réseaux d’énergie thermique
 
AG TWEED-H2O : acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...
AG TWEED-H2O : acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...AG TWEED-H2O : acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...
AG TWEED-H2O : acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...
 
AG TWEED-H2O : Acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...
AG TWEED-H2O : Acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...AG TWEED-H2O : Acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...
AG TWEED-H2O : Acteurs, projets et ecosystemes des secteurs de l'energie et d...
 
Webinaire | WhatsUpp in... France, regarding energy communities ? - 14 mars 2024
Webinaire | WhatsUpp in... France, regarding energy communities ? - 14 mars 2024Webinaire | WhatsUpp in... France, regarding energy communities ? - 14 mars 2024
Webinaire | WhatsUpp in... France, regarding energy communities ? - 14 mars 2024
 
Webinaire Green Mirror - Episode 1 | La nouvelle reglementation NIS2 - 22 fev...
Webinaire Green Mirror - Episode 1 | La nouvelle reglementation NIS2 - 22 fev...Webinaire Green Mirror - Episode 1 | La nouvelle reglementation NIS2 - 22 fev...
Webinaire Green Mirror - Episode 1 | La nouvelle reglementation NIS2 - 22 fev...
 
Geothermal projects and district heating - Experience sharing from Iceland - ...
Geothermal projects and district heating - Experience sharing from Iceland - ...Geothermal projects and district heating - Experience sharing from Iceland - ...
Geothermal projects and district heating - Experience sharing from Iceland - ...
 
Webinaire | Partage d'énergie : Présentation des procédures et outils du Régu...
Webinaire | Partage d'énergie : Présentation des procédures et outils du Régu...Webinaire | Partage d'énergie : Présentation des procédures et outils du Régu...
Webinaire | Partage d'énergie : Présentation des procédures et outils du Régu...
 
Géothermie et Réseaux de Chaleur - Perspectives pour l'écosystème wallon - 07...
Géothermie et Réseaux de Chaleur - Perspectives pour l'écosystème wallon - 07...Géothermie et Réseaux de Chaleur - Perspectives pour l'écosystème wallon - 07...
Géothermie et Réseaux de Chaleur - Perspectives pour l'écosystème wallon - 07...
 
BHC Conference : Joining forces on Hydrogen – Belgium, Benelux and its neighb...
BHC Conference : Joining forces on Hydrogen – Belgium, Benelux and its neighb...BHC Conference : Joining forces on Hydrogen – Belgium, Benelux and its neighb...
BHC Conference : Joining forces on Hydrogen – Belgium, Benelux and its neighb...
 
Obtenir un permis pour votre projet de transition energetique - 10 octobre 2023
Obtenir un permis pour votre projet de transition energetique - 10 octobre 2023Obtenir un permis pour votre projet de transition energetique - 10 octobre 2023
Obtenir un permis pour votre projet de transition energetique - 10 octobre 2023
 
Webinaire PPA - Power Purchase Agreement - 04 octobre 2023
Webinaire PPA - Power Purchase Agreement - 04 octobre 2023Webinaire PPA - Power Purchase Agreement - 04 octobre 2023
Webinaire PPA - Power Purchase Agreement - 04 octobre 2023
 
AMORCE - Living lab MADELEINE
AMORCE - Living lab MADELEINE AMORCE - Living lab MADELEINE
AMORCE - Living lab MADELEINE
 
TWEED-B2TF#5
TWEED-B2TF#5TWEED-B2TF#5
TWEED-B2TF#5
 
L’Open Data au service de l’eau et de l’energie : cas d’usage et workshop - 3...
L’Open Data au service de l’eau et de l’energie : cas d’usage et workshop - 3...L’Open Data au service de l’eau et de l’energie : cas d’usage et workshop - 3...
L’Open Data au service de l’eau et de l’energie : cas d’usage et workshop - 3...
 
La circularite de l'eau en industrie et dans les Zones d'Activite Economique ...
La circularite de l'eau en industrie et dans les Zones d'Activite Economique ...La circularite de l'eau en industrie et dans les Zones d'Activite Economique ...
La circularite de l'eau en industrie et dans les Zones d'Activite Economique ...
 
Session Eau et Energie lors de la Mission Economique Belge au Senegal - 22 ma...
Session Eau et Energie lors de la Mission Economique Belge au Senegal - 22 ma...Session Eau et Energie lors de la Mission Economique Belge au Senegal - 22 ma...
Session Eau et Energie lors de la Mission Economique Belge au Senegal - 22 ma...
 
Quelles technologies pour l'agri PV et quelle coexistence entre production ag...
Quelles technologies pour l'agri PV et quelle coexistence entre production ag...Quelles technologies pour l'agri PV et quelle coexistence entre production ag...
Quelles technologies pour l'agri PV et quelle coexistence entre production ag...
 
Les substances chimiques et les micropolluants - 26 mai 2023AIRE CL-H2O.pdf
Les substances chimiques et les micropolluants - 26 mai 2023AIRE CL-H2O.pdfLes substances chimiques et les micropolluants - 26 mai 2023AIRE CL-H2O.pdf
Les substances chimiques et les micropolluants - 26 mai 2023AIRE CL-H2O.pdf
 
Feedback - Back to the Future of Energy - Session #4 Efficacité énergétiques...
Feedback - Back to the Future of Energy - Session #4  Efficacité énergétiques...Feedback - Back to the Future of Energy - Session #4  Efficacité énergétiques...
Feedback - Back to the Future of Energy - Session #4 Efficacité énergétiques...
 

Recently uploaded

Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
 

Recently uploaded (20)

Christmas Palm Trees in Florida The Ultimate Guide to Festive Landscaping wit...
Christmas Palm Trees in Florida The Ultimate Guide to Festive Landscaping wit...Christmas Palm Trees in Florida The Ultimate Guide to Festive Landscaping wit...
Christmas Palm Trees in Florida The Ultimate Guide to Festive Landscaping wit...
 
Young & Hot ℂall Girls Hyderabad 8250077686 WhatsApp Number Best Rates of Hyd...
Young & Hot ℂall Girls Hyderabad 8250077686 WhatsApp Number Best Rates of Hyd...Young & Hot ℂall Girls Hyderabad 8250077686 WhatsApp Number Best Rates of Hyd...
Young & Hot ℂall Girls Hyderabad 8250077686 WhatsApp Number Best Rates of Hyd...
 
2024-05-16 Composting at Home 101 without link to voucher
2024-05-16 Composting at Home 101 without link to voucher2024-05-16 Composting at Home 101 without link to voucher
2024-05-16 Composting at Home 101 without link to voucher
 
Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.
Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.
Up to 40% of food crops are lost to plant pests and diseases annually.
 
Rosen 2017 Isranalytica Mg in Tap Water.pdf
Rosen  2017 Isranalytica Mg in Tap Water.pdfRosen  2017 Isranalytica Mg in Tap Water.pdf
Rosen 2017 Isranalytica Mg in Tap Water.pdf
 
Elemental Analysis of Plants using ICP-OES(2023)
Elemental Analysis of Plants using ICP-OES(2023)Elemental Analysis of Plants using ICP-OES(2023)
Elemental Analysis of Plants using ICP-OES(2023)
 
Lab Investigation.pptxjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj
Lab Investigation.pptxjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjLab Investigation.pptxjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj
Lab Investigation.pptxjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj
 
Cooperative Mangrove Project: Introduction, Scope, and Perspectives
Cooperative Mangrove Project: Introduction, Scope, and PerspectivesCooperative Mangrove Project: Introduction, Scope, and Perspectives
Cooperative Mangrove Project: Introduction, Scope, and Perspectives
 
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
Determination of Total Iodine using ICP-MS in Israeli Bottled and Tap Water: ...
 
Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...
Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...
Mastering Sustainable Living: Your Comprehensive Guide to Greener Choices in ...
 
Global warming, Types, Causes and Effects.
Global warming, Types, Causes and Effects.Global warming, Types, Causes and Effects.
Global warming, Types, Causes and Effects.
 
NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...
NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...
NO1 Pakistan Black magic In Pakistan Kala Ilam Expert Specialist In UK Kala I...
 
Rising temperatures also mean that more plant pests are appearing earlier and...
Rising temperatures also mean that more plant pests are appearing earlier and...Rising temperatures also mean that more plant pests are appearing earlier and...
Rising temperatures also mean that more plant pests are appearing earlier and...
 
Carbon Stock Assessment in Banten Province and Demak, Central Java, Indonesia
Carbon Stock Assessment in Banten Province and Demak, Central Java, IndonesiaCarbon Stock Assessment in Banten Province and Demak, Central Java, Indonesia
Carbon Stock Assessment in Banten Province and Demak, Central Java, Indonesia
 
Peat land Restoration Project in HLG Londerang
Peat land Restoration Project in HLG LonderangPeat land Restoration Project in HLG Londerang
Peat land Restoration Project in HLG Londerang
 
NO1 Best Amil Baba In Pakistan Authentic Amil In pakistan Best Amil In Pakist...
NO1 Best Amil Baba In Pakistan Authentic Amil In pakistan Best Amil In Pakist...NO1 Best Amil Baba In Pakistan Authentic Amil In pakistan Best Amil In Pakist...
NO1 Best Amil Baba In Pakistan Authentic Amil In pakistan Best Amil In Pakist...
 
A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...
A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...
A Review on Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan of ...
 
Palynology: History, branches, basic principles and application, collection o...
Palynology: History, branches, basic principles and application, collection o...Palynology: History, branches, basic principles and application, collection o...
Palynology: History, branches, basic principles and application, collection o...
 
TEST BANK For Geosystems An Introduction to Physical Geography, 5th Canadian ...
TEST BANK For Geosystems An Introduction to Physical Geography, 5th Canadian ...TEST BANK For Geosystems An Introduction to Physical Geography, 5th Canadian ...
TEST BANK For Geosystems An Introduction to Physical Geography, 5th Canadian ...
 
National Tree Planting Day May 2024 Nairobi
National Tree Planting Day May 2024 NairobiNational Tree Planting Day May 2024 Nairobi
National Tree Planting Day May 2024 Nairobi
 

The future of H2 economy with the position of H2 in Heavy duty mobility | Spa Francorchamps - 18 April 2023

  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3. Program • 10:00 EMRH2 Booster Study presentation WatersofNet, TWEED, Hydrogen Advisors EMRH2 Booster Road corridor • 10:20 Technology presented, by Stephan Herbst Toyota • 10:35 Hytrucks project: Trucks & Refueling stations, by Chris Lefrère WaterstofNet • 10:50 Cost effective support mechanism for H2 Mobility Infrastructure, by Nicolas Brahy Hy24 EMRH2 Booster River corridor • 11:05 Inland Hydrogen Shipping Central Commission of the Navigation of the Rhine CCNR • 11:10 ZELLIE project: H2 barges by Vincent Brassine Novandi & by Raphaël Marchandise ABC EMRH2 Booster Industry & Training • 11:25 Training needs & offers by Cendrine Marchal Technifutur & by AL Delvaux John Cockerill • Circuit Demonstration & Business lunch
  • 4. Program • 11:40 Pitches E-trucks Europe & Altrea Haesaerts • 12:00 Opportunity to see, touch and take a ride on the legendary Spa Francorchamps Circuit on board of a H2 vehicle (cars, trucks and the 24H Le Man Hydrogen racing car from Mission H24) • 13:30 Hydrogen in motorsports, by Bernard Niclot Mission H24 EMRH2 Booster Ecosystem with players along the whole value chain • 13:45 Introduction & signature of the H2 Spa Francorchamps Declarations by Minister Henry, Vice-President and Minister of Climate, Energy, Infrastructure and Mobility for Wallonia • 14:00 EMRH2 Roadmap study by Raphaël Schoentgen Hydrogen Advisors • 14:30 B2B Session, already promising thanks to the first confirmations of the key H2 players : Actemium (Vinci), Anglo Belgian Corporation, Airliquide, Air Products, BeBlue- cryotech, Besix Environement, Calysta, CRM group, DATS 24, Engie, Eoly, E-power International, Fluxys, H2 mobility, H24, Hyline (Eiffage), Infra-tech, John Cockerill, Lhyfe, Liqal, PFF-group, Projet H24, Port of Antwer Bruges, Resa, Shell, Solenco, SGS, Power, Technifutur, Total Energies, Toyota, Tractebel Engie, VH-Technologies, WaterstofNet, Willy Naessens, Ziero, etc.
  • 5.
  • 6.
  • 7. The Francorchamps EMR H2 Program AM 3 Session A – Getting all inspired – Keynote Presentations • INTERREG EMR & EMR H2 Booster Project • EMR H2 Booster Roads corridors • EMR H2 Booster Rivers corridors • EMR H2 Booster Industry & Training Session B – Testing & Exchanges - H2 vehicles demonstration on the Circuit & Walking Business lunch • Demonstration • Exhibition
  • 8. The Francorchamps EMR H2 Program PM Session C – The political Act – launch of the Francorchamps Hydrogen Initiative • EMRH2Booster Roadmap Study • Francorchamps Hydrogen Initiative • Minister Henry, Vice-President of Wallonia Region and Minister of Climate, Energy, Infrastructure and Mobility MissionH24, Hydrogen in motorsports Session D – Building the future together – Significative one to one networking event at Euregio Meuse-Rhine between H2 players • B2B sessions • Signature of the “Francorchamps Hydrogen Initiative” (in parallel)
  • 9.
  • 11. Project EMR H2 Booster • Objectives • Target group • Duration • Budget • Interreg subsidy • Wallonia 7
  • 13. A smarter Meuse-Rhine area A greener, low-carbon Meuse-Rhine area A more social Meuse-Rhine area Better cooperation governance in the Meuse-Rhine area Interreg 6 - 2030
  • 15. • PUBLIC 公開 Hydrogen Mobility & Carbon Neutrality Spa-Francorchamps, April 18th, 2023 1 Dr. Stephan Herbst Technical Head Powertrain Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Business TOYOTA MOTOR EUROPE
  • 16. • PUBLIC 公開 Carbon Neutrality & Technology diversification 2
  • 17. • PUBLIC 公開 Carbon Neutrality Ambitions 3 Major industrial nations committed to Carbon Neutral targets EU Climate Neutral By 2050 Dec 19th 2019 JAPAN Carbon Neutral By 2050 Oct 22nd 2020 CHINA Carbon Neutral by 2060 Sept 22nd 2020 USA Back to the Paris Agreement Jan 20th 2021
  • 18. 4 • PUBLIC 公開 Vehicle size Distance H E V P H E V B E V F C E V TOYOTA’S SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY STRATEGY (GLOBAL) TECHNOLOGY DIVERSIFICATION INCLUDING HEVS, PHEVS, FCEVS AND BEVS
  • 19. 5 • PUBLIC 公開 HYBRID ARCHITECTURE IS MODULAR ENABLING A FULL LINE-UP OF ELECTRIFIED VEHICLES HEV + Battery (1-2 kWh) + Electric Motors + Power Control Unit + Power Split Device PHEV + Larger Battery (8-18kWh) + Larger Electric Motors + External Charge BEV - Gasoline Engine / Fuel - Mechanical transmission - Power Split Device + Largest Battery (>60kWh) + DC Fast Charge FCEV - External Charge + Battery (1-2 kWh) + Fuel Cell Stack + Hydrogen Tank (700MPa) 3 Common components ELECTRIC MOTOR BATTERY POWER CONTROL UNIT FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLE BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLE PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
  • 21. • PUBLIC 公開 Cost of import vs local production For Japan it is key to create hydrogen trade flow Source: HydrogenCouncil Trade Flow Study 2022
  • 22. • PUBLIC 公開 Contribution of H2 to Decarbonization By combining battery electric, fuel cells and other carbon neutral technologies, the environment will benefit from both an emissions and a natural resource perspective, and as well hedges the risks from relying on a single technology. 8 Transport decarbonization can be achieved by bringing multiple carbon neutral technologies to the market. Source: “Roadmap towards zero emissions” – Hydrogen Council – Sept 2021
  • 23. • PUBLIC 公開 Toyotaʼs Fuel Cell Technology History: 30 years of Fuel Cell EV Development 9 Experience: 12,000 units sold (Gen1), > 500 millon km driven. 1996 1999 2001 2002 2005 2009 2011 2015 2020 FCEV FUEL H2 Stored in adsorbing alloy FCHV-3 FUEL Hydrogen (adsorbing alloy) FCHV-4 FUEL Hydrogen stored in high-pressure tanks FCHV-5 FUEL Hydrogen generated on-board by reforming on gasoline FCHV Toyota-made tanks, 1st FCV homologated FCV-R FUEL Mirai precursor NG MIRAI FCHV-adv FUEL New stack, stainless steel cells MIRAI Revolutionary Titanium stack, 3.1 kW/L world record 1992 START of FCEV Development
  • 26.
  • 27. • PUBLIC 公開 Toyota Fuel Cell Modules Vehicle technology applicable to other applications 13 Toyotaʼs proven FC technology repackaged for use in multiple applications FC Stack H2 Pump Air Compressor Water Pump FC ECU HV ECU Intercooler FCPC PCU PCU Power Control Unit; FCPC: FC Power Control Unit Gen2 System Gen2 Modules Type I Type II Specifications Weight 240kg Rated Power [EOL] 60kW & 70kW Voltage 400 – 750 VDC Temperature Range -30̊C to 45̊C • Compact • Reliable • Proven Mass Production Technology With upper frame mount
  • 28. • PUBLIC 公開 Toyota Fuel Cell Modules Vehicle technology applicable to other applications 14 Expand applications through collaboration with like-minded partners Growth Gen1 MIRAI: ̴12,000vehicles (Japan: 3800, Oversea: 8200) Highest Mileage/user: 258kkm Total Mileage: 536Mkm Gen2 Gen3 Technology Partnerships Marine Bus Truck Rail City Stationary
  • 29. • PUBLIC 公開 Toyota – Caetano Fuel Cell Bus 15 100+ units all over Europe Portugal: Cascais Germany: several cities France: La Roche-sur-Yon Denmark: Copenhagen Spain: Madrid & BCN
  • 30. • PUBLIC 公開 Railway application 16 First bi-mode train: Electrical Grid or Fuel Cell Project: • Demonstration of a Fuel Cell Hybrid power pack on a Bi-mode train • H2020 Innovation Action funded by Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking • Collaboration among companies based in Germany, Spain, Portugal and Belgium • Start: January 2021 – End: 2024
  • 31. • PUBLIC 公開 Applications: Marine 17 Toyota fuel cell mass production technology used for large marine. Corvus Energy H2 Fuel Cell System with Toyota modules developed through H2NOR project. Received Approval in Principle (AiP) by maritime type approval authority DNV: • Simplified placement inside a shipʼs hull • Inherently gas safe design • Efficient integration: limited requirements to ship for adaptation.
  • 32. • PUBLIC 公開 Applications: Marine and Stationary 18 Versatile use of Toyotaʼs modules for Stationary and Marine Application of innovative solutions gained by the development of the Energy Observer Boat, have resulted in sustainable, reliable and efficient industrial products. • GEH2: 100 kVA zero-emission hydrogen power Generator. • REXH2: 60kW (up to 600kW stacked) Range Extender for propulsion at sea. o Hynova 40 – 12m (Hynova Yaughts) boat o Eco-responsible Corsica fishing school vessel: 2x 70kW REXH2 + batteries
  • 33. • PUBLIC 公開 Toyota Fuel cell module Made in Europe
  • 36. EMRH2Booster 18th of April 2023 Francorchamps
  • 37. Mission Decarbonise 6.1 million heavy-duty trucks in Europe with green hydrogen Decarbonise 6.1 million heavy-duty trucks in Europe with green hydrogen MISSION CL
  • 38. HYTRUCKS CONFIDENTIAL F F F L L L E F,E,CH,IT F,E,CH,IT U K HyTrucks Step1 TEN-T corridors Other TEN-T corridors LEGEND RG AMBITION 1000 hydrogen trucks in EU logistic hotspot by 2025
  • 39. Vision 1.Build a strong value chain wide consortium 2.Resolve financial and operational barriers 3.Align offer and demand of H2 and trucks in volume, space, time and value HYTRUCKS CONFIDENTIAL 1.Build a strong value chain wide consortium 2.Resolve financial and operational barriers 3.Align offer and demand of H2 and trucks in volume, space, time and value VISION CL
  • 40. Partners from 5 countries from all over the value chain
  • 41. Transport Operators 6 Source: Febetra 2022, NACFE 2023, IRU 2023, TLV/Febetra/UPTR 2022 •Hydrogen only viable economic choice for long-haul zero-emission •Hydrogen only zero-emission solution for heavy-duty tractors •Internal combustion engines required to support a two-decade transition to hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles •IRU, ESC and Fuels Europe call for the full and equal recognition of carbon neutral fuels and hydrogen combustion in HDV CO2 regulation, as viable long-term solutions alongside electrification and H2 Fuel Cells •Large scale decarbonisation of road transport will be subsidised or will not happen
  • 42. Truck OEMs Martin Lundstedt Chairman ACEA Commercial Vehicle Board CEO Volvo Group European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association “From 2040 onwards we only sell zero emission trucks and busses For Heavy and Medium Duty trucks and busses all technologies are needed • BEV • H2 Fuel Cell • Internal Combustion Engine Renewable Fuels: H2, bio fuels” Source: ACEA webinar, 22 November 2022 Source: Daimler Truck Podcast, 23 February 2023 7 Martin Daum CEO Daimler Trucks “Facts instead of myths: why the world needs hydrogen • Hydrogen is like water – absolutely essential. • Hydrogen is “sun-to-wheel”-efficient. • Cheap solar power makes hydrogen competitive. • Two infrastructures are cheaper than one. • We invest in a big way.”
  • 43. 8 Technology developers Source: Bosch at ERTRAC conference, Brussels, October 2022, public information 2023 … H2ICE
  • 45. Source: WaterstofNet, McKinsey, 43 HyTrucks transport operators, 6 HRS operators and 3 truck OEMS in Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourgh, Netherlands Electricity OR hydrogen? Electricity AND hydrogen - depending on use case Heavier and/or longer distance transport Higher energy need and density Higher volume faster refuelling Limited carbonless energy availability areas Limited electricity grid capacity areas Smaller refuelling time window Higher storage energy density Hydrogen Higher capacity carbonless energy transport and storage Energy demand Energy offer
  • 46. Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine combines Zero Emission + Euro7 + Low cost + Fast to market Source: Bosch, AVL, L at ERTRAC conference, Brussels, October 2022 Diesel 800km 40 ton Limited extra truck CAPEX k€/truck H2 injection + H2 cilinders No 3.4 ton battery No scarce materials 100 0 200 300 400 500 600 H2ICE BEV FCEV Trucks: Diesel economies of scale and time to market Reutilisation of existing truck mfg plants => diesel economies of scale + LNG alike fast implementation Reutilisation of existing dealer network = => dense service network + no technician reskilling issue Refueling Stations: limited backbone cost and time to market Limited public refueling station backbone => no need for grid & charging infra at every transport operator
  • 47. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Dual Fuel Internal Combustion Engine Hydrogen Internal Combustion Engine Technology examples Hydrogen Range Extender Electric
  • 49.
  • 50.
  • 51.
  • 54.
  • 55.
  • 56.
  • 57.
  • 58.
  • 59.
  • 60.
  • 61.
  • 62.
  • 64.
  • 65.
  • 66.
  • 67.
  • 68.
  • 69.
  • 70.
  • 71. ZELLie Zéro Emission Logistique Liège Director Novandi Sales Area Manager Anglo Belgian Corporation VINCENT BRASSINNE JEAN-PIERRE PROPS
  • 73. An eco-systemic approach u Roles: Ø Novandi: owner and operator of the barges and Multimodal terminal, concession holder of Renory site Ø Eoly: producer and seller of the green hydrogen molecules, to Novandi and other end customers Ø ABC: designer of the H2 engines used in the barges Ø John Cockerill : designer of the electrolyzer producing the H2 u Project developed with partners with complementary skills (geographical and/or role criteria) u Ambition: cover the entire value chain u Maximization of the probability of success combined with the reduction of the risks inherent to the projects
  • 74. Trucks Multimodal Change for the climate Freight transport by road, waterway and rail Comparison of CO2 emissions in grams to transport one ton of freight over one kilometer
  • 75. The project Objectives 2050 in 2026 The multimodal transport already allows a 55% reduction in CO2 emissions à 2030 target reached. Novandi and Eoly Energy are willing to build a production unit in the Port of Liège to enable decarbonisation of transport activities in the area of Liège. The purpose of the collaboration is: u For Novandi to operate zero emission barges at an affordable cost u For Eoly to produce and to sell green hydrogen, with part of the volumes secured by Novandi
  • 76. A 5MW electrolyser will be built in the port of Liege, on the Renory site. The production unit will meet the decarbonation needs of the logistics activities in the area. Eoly Energy and Novandi have received the support of the Walloon Region in the framework of a call for projects organized in 2021. The locally produced hydrogen will power 2 barges, operated by Novandi, which make the connection between the port of Liege and the port of Antwerp. The project includes the modification of the motorization of both barges, as well as the necessary adaptation of the fuel storage. A refuelling station for road mobility applications will also be built on the Renory site. The station has been designed to supply heavy mobility applications (350bar).
  • 77. Activities Retrofit and operate 2 barges sailing between the Port of Liège and the Port of Antwerp Mobile storage units Sell green hydrogen to transport applications Build and operate a 5 MW production unit Build and operate a hydrogen Refueling Station Local production of renewable energy
  • 78. Difficulties - Capex and Opex GAP è Market is moving but not yet ready to pay more for green transport - Difficulties to find subsidies to finance the OPEX gap. A must if we want to activate the market - Technological risk for operators è Barge retrofit is still POC stage, risk to be cover by the authorities to activate the market
  • 79. Hydrogen (H2) Launch of the 100% H2 engine range at the World Hydrogen Summit in Rotterdam (May 2022)
  • 80. Bore: 256 mm Stroke: 310 mm 12 & 16 cylinders in V Up to 1,000 rpm Up to 2,670 kW Up to 3,630 HP Hydrogen (H2) DZ H2 DZ H2 Bore: 256 mm Stroke: 310 mm 6 & 8 cylinders in line Up to 1,000 rpm Up to 1,330 kW Up to 1,810 HP 100% H2 GAS BE POWERFUL ü Power range: 500 kW – 2,670 kW ü Possible to operate on less purified H2 BE SUSTAINABLE ü 100% CO2 reducCon ü Very low NOx and soot ü EU Stage V compliant WITHOUT DPF/SCR ü No use of rare materials (lithium, zinc, cobalt, plaCnum, rare earths, …) BE COMPETITIVE ü Long lifeCme (+200,000 engine running hours) ü Easy maintenance ü Availability of spare parts / supply chain (no use of rare or conflict materials)
  • 82. References Technical details • Country: Belgium • Ship’s name: Hydrotug 1 • Type: Tugboat • Shipyard: Astilleros Armon • Commissioning: 2023 • Engine: 2x 12DZD H2
  • 83. Thank you for your attention! ZELLie Let’s talk together during the B2B session!
  • 84. « H2 economy and Heavy duty mobility » Spa Francorchamps Racetrack 2023 « Training needs & offers » b y A n n e - L a u r e D e l v a u x J o h n C o c k e r i l l & C e n d r i n e M a r c h a l T e c h n i f u t u r ® 1
  • 85. 1. Technifutur® in few words 2 Our priorities: - Combating shortages in the workforce - Sensibilisation STEM - Digitalisation - Projects / Futur technologies (AR-VR, Cobot, 3D printing, Industry of the future, Smart Grid, Hydrogen, Connected and autonomous Vehicles) Figures: - 135 FTE - 24.861 people trained - 968 Customers (746 companies) Our Mission: Train the technological talents during all his life.
  • 86. 3 2. Technifutur®: Existing training modules 1. Training for workers (developed in FCH JU project KNOWHY): - Chapt. 1: Introduction to the transport sector - Chapt. 2: Basics of Fuel Cell - Chapt. 3: High and low pressure components - Chapt. 4: High voltage components - Chapt. 5: Architecture of FC vehicle - Chapt. 6: Maintenance of FC vehicle 2. Training for schools: • Basics in Hydrogen/Fuel Cells (1/2 day) • Fuel Cell Hydrogen in vehicles (1 day) • Energy Storage introduction (Hydraulic, Fuel Cell, batterie, Air) for kids from 10-14 year old.
  • 87. 4 3. Certification in Belgium for automotive technicians Context: The collective labour agreements of the after-sales automotive sector include the obligation to have a valid sectoral safety certificate H2 in line with the activities to be to be carried out by the workers. The certification structure consists of three levels. Level 1: Awareness of employees - Target: For workers to take actions on hydrogen vehicles, but never on the hydrogen system itself - Duration: 8h (certification included) Level 2: Specialized employees - Target: For workers to take actions on hydrogen vehicles and hydrogen- containing components after they have been made hydrogen-free. - Duration: 16h (certification included)
  • 88. 5 4. Technifutur: Hydrogen futur development
  • 89.
  • 90. 7 John Cockerill Group at glance 6000+ employees worldwide motivated talents 30+ years of experience and expertise in hydrogen solutions Privately held group since 2002 stable shareholding €1.049 billion 2022 sales figures 85+ worldwide subsidiaries locally anchored 60 Nationalities Energy transition top ranking player A mission to meet the needs of our time by operating in 6 areas of expertise Hydrogen Environment Industry Defense Services Energy
  • 91. 8 John Cockerill Hydrogen is a global leader in electrolyser manufacturing 25+ years of experience and expertise in hydrogen solutions 8GW manuf. capacity announced by 2025 in operation & construction Very large scale H2 solutions up to 100MW and 1GW 1200+ references in 30+ countries in many different industries Largest electrolyser in the market with 6,5MW nominal capacity (1300Nm³/h) Mobility and HRS equipment & projects Key 2022 figures Overview 500 + motivated talents 206MW delivered in 2022 ~20% worldwide market share
  • 92. 9 John Cockerill Hydrogen : ongoing projects
  • 93. 300 collaborators in Europe (Belgium and France) 200 in China 26.04.2023 ▪ 10 John Cockerill H2 – rapid growth and new market Very rapid increase of staff Emerging field No senior profiles on the market
  • 94. Hiring § generalist profiles § specialists from sectors close to ours (Oil & Gaz typically) § Process engineers, E&I engineers, mechanical engineers, civil engineers, … 26.04.2023 ▪ 11 Hiring, onboarding and training Specific trainings § Onboarding § Development of internal trainings § On the job trainings § Knowledge sharing with our chinese colleagues Generic skills § can be developed through external trainings and partnerships such as Technifutur
  • 95. 0. Exemple of trainings followed by John Cockerill at Technifutur® 12 In 8 domains: Assembly, Automatism, Image and multimedia, Informatic, Maintenance, Organization, Material & Surface, Industrial technics. 2023, already foreseen… For the Hydrogen department of JC: • Booked: Surface treatment • In progress: Hydrogen module for engineers: 2 modules for R&D Department. … to be followed…
  • 96. THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION C O N TA C T Cendrine.marchal@technifutur.be • Business Développer WWWW.TE CHN I FUTU R.BE 13
  • 97. Hydrogen Electric (Zero Emission) Heavy duty vehicles
  • 98. Establishment of a Rental Fleet Short term demonstrations Offering opportunities to test drive
  • 99.
  • 100. HAESAERTS LUXEMBOURG is honored to demonstrate our H² DUAL FUEL truck operating in our daily operations.
  • 101.
  • 103. Current State of the Hydrogen Economy in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine Feedback from interviewed & interested parties Why a Francorchamps Hydrogen Initiative today ? Francorchamps, 18th April 2023
  • 104. A wide panel of actors active in the EMR region were interviewed 2 Industrial actors & Hydrogen producers Gas network operators Waterways actors Public entities & clusters R&D players Highway actors
  • 105. I. Fondatemental question : where will hydrogen in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine come from ?
  • 106. Fundamentally, the EMR-Region is precisely located where the unbalance between energy needs and production potential is the greatest across all Europe 4 Source : Wupperthal Institute – Import Energy Coalition Report 2021
  • 107. As a consequence the EMRregion H2 equation will be mainly driven by imports, and the pace at which new pipelines will be deployed Sources European Hydrogen Backbone Initiative European H2 backbone by 2030 The first question will be the speed of deployment of H2 imports across the ports of Rotterdam, Antwerp and Zeebrugge. The second question will be the speed of the retrofit of the gas pipelines in the Netherlands. The third question will be the speed of construction of new hydrogen pipelines through Belgium. The fourth question will be the speed of construction on a new hydrogen pipelines through the German border and beyond. The fifth question is that while the H2 get Nukleus project is under development in the Ruhr region, the speed of reconversion of gas pipelines in central Germany is at this stage an open question (which will pay a role on the development of the H2 economy on the German side of the EMR-Region). Then will come of course the question of large production projects on the shores of Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany and how they can be channeled to the Euroregio innerland.
  • 108. As a consequence the EMRregion H2 equation will be mainly driven by imports, and the pace at which new pipelines will be deployed Source: European Hydrogen Backbone Initiative European H2 backbone by 2040 For the following ten years the retrofit of the gas pipelines between Brussels and Liège and Liège and Luxemburg will the drivers of a further deepening of the H2 economy in the EMR-Region on top of the new dedicated hydrogen pipelines. And the development of markets across the regions to channel hydrogen quantities across borders.
  • 109. Some key projects can already be identified as structuring elements of the future of the hydrogen economy in the EMR-Region Source: Internet & Interviews (only public information displayed) 7 Industrial CO2 emissions, Source : EU ETS transaction log 2021 32 MtCO2/y Major inland waterways EMR Region Liège Aachen Maastricht Antwerp Feluy Carmeuse/Engi e (75 MW) Plug Power (200MW) Port of Rotterdam (2x200 MW) Hydrogen scaled production projects (>10 MW) Potential scaled hydrogen consumers Chemelot ELYgator (200MW) In Rotterdam, next to massive planned hydrogen imports, a 2x 200 MW green H2 local production project is underway. In Antwerp, next to hydrogen imports (recent projects from Norway), and existing steam reformers providing grey H2, Plug Power has announced a 100 MW local green H2 production. In Dutch Limburg, Chemelot is a major industrial zone that is suffering from the current international crisis but which future will entail a hydrogen dimension. In Liège, several projects of retransformed industrial zones offer a potential for hydrogen use, as well as the Renory port. The development of the Airport is also an avenue to consider for possible future large offtake of H2 derived fuels. In Terneuse, Air Liquide develops a 200 MW electrolyser running on renewable power with the idea to provide green hydrogen to the Benelux market. Close to Feluy, Carmeuse, ENGIE and John Cockerill have decided to develop a 75 MW electrolyser combined with carbon capture to develop an e-gas supply to mobilty applications (inter alia). In Zeebrugge, the Belgian consortium Hyoffwind (Eoly and Fluxys) will develop a 25 MW green hydrogen production unit (scalable to 100 MW). In Germany, a number of industrials are starting to consider a decarbonization route based on green hydrogen with local production backed by subsidies.
  • 110. High level view of possible supply options and import routes in the EMR-Region Where to get the hydrogen ? How to bring the H2 in the EMR Regio ? Imports Local production H2 potential suppliers Connected through pipeline connexions : - Norway - United Kingdom - North Sea (production from offshore wind power) Shipping routes : global H2 markets H2 import nodes Port of Antwerp Port of Zeebrugge Port of Dunkirk Port of Rotterdam Port of Wilhelmshaven Port of Hamburg Production from solar and wind Wind potential is limited because of moderate wind exposure and the Einstein Telescope project requiring a low vibrations environment. Scaled solar potential is limited too by natura 2000 protected areas. à Wind and solar can’t be scaled enough for local hydrogen production . Production from grid power Sites with strong electrical connexions are available where hydrogen could be produced using grid power, but the question of carbon content and renewable character of the produced hydrogen remains Production from waste and biomass Hydrogen can also be produced directly from waste or biomass pyrolysis (promising but still immature), or by electrolysis with waste-to-power electricity. Production from Nuclear power The Tihange 3 reactor (1038MW) is officially extended for at least 10y, extension of Tihange 1 (962MW) is under negotiation. 3 Small Modular Reactors are planned in NL Limburg à Low carbon hydrogen could be produced from nuclear power, but costs, low carbon principle, and political framework still remain unclear Local production potential is limited, imports will be necessary to address the demand. Pipelines seem to be the main option to deliver quantities in the future H2 pipeline network Existing : Air Liquide has 600+km of piping in the region, but not passing through the EMR. Repurposed natural gas pipelines (case by case study). New : Fluxys, OGE, Gasunie have plans to develop a backbone of H2 pipelines through the region by 2030, starting some lines as early as 2026. Highways Suitable for limited volumes or short ranges supplies (such as production site to station deliveries), but not suited for large scale or industrial uses supplies. Railways Probably suited for H2 derivatives (ammonia, methanol, e-kerosene…), but limited in volume for safety reasons Waterways Probably suited for H2 derivatives (ammonia, methanol, e-kerosene…), but limited in volume for safety reasons and ammonia can not cross cities on rivers. Source : Hydrogen Advisors & Seiya Consulting
  • 111. Main conclusions of this part / Hydrogen Production & Use 9 • While some local hydrogen projects get developed, the fundamental development of an hydrogen economy in the EMR-Region versus on the coast of Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands will be directly related to the speed of deployment of H2 backbones Þ Align decision makers on the importance of doing everything to deploy quickly new hydrogen pipes, especially at the interconnection points (make things easy at administrative level / handle the societal acceptance dimension) Þ Speed up actions to favour the visibility of the aggregate offtake on the heavy duty transport side (rivers & roads) • There is no existing database of key hydrogen projects that are relevant to the EMR region = either in the region or at the gates of the region that will have an impact on the hydrogen supply => It would be good to develop such mapping / dataset in a simple and structured way to help share the global view of productions and consumptions, and also be able to aggregate consumptions data for the deployment of infrastructures • Next to hydrogen imports and some green hydrogen production from wind (on the different countries coastal regions), there might be an equation for the production of hydrogen from waste in the inner land => Beyond the existing pilot projects eventually assess in a more structured way what could be the global resources and production, as well as widen the number of players / start-ups invited to play in the region • Transporting hydrogen and hydrogen derivatives on the water ways is a limited option is terms of volumes. It would however be good to deepen the vision to develop partial alternatives routes to the transport of hydrogen per pipe and road by using rivers => Launch a group focused on the development of hydrogen transport on water ways across the EMR Region as with the development of hydrogen barges this will be a increasing topic, and there will also be a need to supply Liege airport with increasing green fuels (as all fuels can not come by road). Such discussions have started in different places, bring them now to the next level.
  • 112. II. What can be said about transports ?
  • 113. Transport Equation The EMR-Region is at the core of 3 Ten-T Corridors 11 Source: European Commission Ten-T Corridors The region is very logistics intense being at the crossroads of the densely populated Benelux and North-Rhine-Westphalia areas. Heavy duty traffic (trucks, rivers, airports) will need scaled hydrogen access in order to achieve Net Zero emissions.
  • 114. Transport Equation Zoom on the Road System in the EMR-Region 12 Source : Google Maps & Hydrogen Advisors retreatment / UNECE Road Census (2005-2020) Looking at it from a pure road transport side, the EuroRegion acts as a huge roundabout that redistributes the traffic between Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and Luxemburg. In that sense it will be an essential node at the cross section of future H2 highways in Europe and must have a proper network of H2 refilling stations;
  • 115. Transport Equation Schemes for the support of H2 Stations and H2 trucks are rather different country per country 13 Source : Wtarestofnet, Hydrogen Advisors, Seiya Consulting State subsidizes 80% of the delta between diesel truck and FCEV truck (on 500 kEuros, 100 kEuros left to finance) No financing of H2 refuelling stations nor hydrogen trucks but upcoming 250 MEuros support to help transition of vehicles No toll road on ZEV. No discount yet on ZEV CEF-T-AFIT, last call in 2023, 30% of infra Clean Hydrogen Partnership allocated 30 MEuros subsidy in 2022. It went to a project led by Shell in Germany. ADEME calls subsidies usually 25% of Capex. South Region - 35% ADEME and 5% region Occitanie Region - EIB and CEF helped finance 58 out of 75 MEuros of infra and Region subsidy of up to 60% of truck delta. New ADEME call in March (275MEuros) No toll road but in planning. Its introduction will be compensated by upcoming 250 MEuros support to transitioning vehicles Toll road on diesel Toll road on diesel Toll road on diesel Accelerated amortization mechanism on ZEV trucks Call for projects and permanent subsidy of 13,5% of stations = limited Call for projects and permanent subsidy of 23/24% of trucks delta = limited State subsidizes 80% of stations (on a station of 6MEuros, 4,8 MEuros paid) Challenge for the Belgian regions of the EMR Region to finance stations at the same pace – topic for EMR funding ?
  • 116. Transport Equation CCNR*’s two possible transition paths for the decarbonisation of inland transport vessels 14 Source : CCNR - Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine - Roadmap for reducing inland navigation emissions (March 2022) Bets on the deployment of biofuels, of which the supply chain is also under tension for aviation and maritime transport Bets on the scaled deployment of batteries, of which the supply chain of materials and charging infrastructure are already under tension for road vehicles H2-derivative (Methanol) H2 H2 accounts for ~45% of the propulsion of inland vessels ~20%
  • 117. Transport Equation Zoom on the Rivers Systems in the EMR-Region 15 => Waterways are a pillar of goods transportation in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Nord Rhein Westphalen in Germany Inland waterway transport performance in rhine countries according to type of transport in 2018 (in million tkm) Cross-border exchanges are a major driver of this traffic Transport performance in main European river basins (in billion tkm) Source : CCNR - Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine – Annual report 2019 | European Alternative Fuels Observatory North-South axis : 60 Bn TKM Inland waterway transport consumes 6 times less energy than road transport, and 2 times less energy than railway freight. *Hypotheses: - 21gCO2/tkm (for a 1 350t rated vessel, Flemish Institute of Research) - 2,65 kgCO2/L diesel - 10kWh/L diesel, 33,3 kWh/kg H2 - Efficiency ICE 30% - Efficiency fuel cell power train : 50% In order to convert the entirety of the the North-South vessels to hydrogen (60 bn TKM), the H2 consumption would be approximately of 150 ktH2/y*. Imports Exports National Transit
  • 118. Transport Equation How to fuel barges ? Mapping future pipelines and rivers = a matching option 16 R h i n e Zeebrugge North sea Liège Antwerp Ghent Albert Canal Aachen Köln Düsseldorf Duisburg Dortmund Hydrogen import routes Rotterdam Wilhemshaven Maastricht Major inland waterways Fluxys OGE Gasunie Air Liquide Projected H2 pipelines : Source : Hydrogen Advisors & Seiya Consulting Meuse There is a good geographic match between future H2 pipelines and the river systems of the Meuse and Rhine, but H2 consumption of river traffic is probably not taken into account yet in the TSO’s deployment plans
  • 119. cv Transport Equation A number of inland vessels propelled by H2 and H2-derivatives are being developed H2Ships European barges project in Belgium and the Netherlands to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of hydrogen bunkering and propulsion for shipping. Backed by Interreg (6,3M€ project). Hybarge project led by the SAS Crew for the Occitanie region; capacity: 300 tons of goods. Start of production in 2023; Expected launch in 2024. This barge can sail on all the canals of Europe. Zulu 06 EU-backed “Flagships” project (through the CHP). Electric propulsion with 2x200kW fuel cells, 350kg H2 tank, commissioning scheduled for September 2022 along the Seine (first hydrogen-powered barge in Europe) Future Proof Shipping (FPS) EU-backed “Flagships” project (CHP). First H2 retrofitted barge is already complete (200 TEU capacity), the new two are in the design phase. FPS plans to offer zero-emission shipping along the Rhine by 2023. RH2INE EU backed project funded through the CEF, first comprehensive corridor approach which aims to develop hydrogen for heavy mobility (rail, road, & waterways) along the Rhine. The joint initiative aims to put 280 hydrogen-powered barges into operation by 2030 ZELLIE led by Eoly Energy and Novandi, they plan to build a hydrogen production unit on the Renory site in Liège and to decarbonize logistics flows by commissioning 2 hydrogen barges and a refueling station intended for mobility on the road. OCI, Unibarge: A dual-fuel bunker barge powered by green methanol. It will be the first green inland waterway craft in Europe to also serve as a methanol bunker delivery vessel, both delivering and operating on green methanol. It will be deployed at the Port of Rotterdam, Europe's largest port, in 2024. H2- propelled barges projects H2-derivatives propelled barges projects Cold ironing Methanol powered barge Ammonia powered barge No projects identified. Ammonia is a dangerous and toxic chemical and leaks are difficult to manage, especially in rivers which are a flowing but enclosed environment. ELEMANTA H2 – H2 bunkering & cold ironing Améthyste, ArianeGroup, Cetim, HDF Energy, Rubis Terminal and Sofresid engineering have teamed up to develop a hydrogen- powered fuel cell barge to deliver green electricity and hydrogen to large Green HARBOUR Nexeya project for a cold ironing H2 barge in the Port of Sète (Occitanie, France). The barge will provide up to 2 MW of electric power to other ships at berth. Source : Hydrogen Advisors & Seiya Consulting
  • 120. Main conclusions of this part / Transport 18 • The EMR-Region concentrates a very large part of the high volume transport by barges in Europe on inner rivers, as such it represents a very interesting play for decarbonisation with impact. => The EMR Region should build on the high decarbonization vision of the CCNR to make this scenario the reference also for the Meuse ecosystem and bring all parties to work to implement it all over the region. • There are an increasing number of hydrogen based barges being developed in Europe => The EMR Region should develop as a priority to foster the supply of hydrogen on its water ways and favour the development of a chain of SMEs at the forefront of hydrogen based vessels development and maintenance that could serve client’s fleet beyond the region (being centrally located) • The EMR-Region is a major an central note / like a roundabout for the distribution of heavy duty vehicles at the corner of Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium, and at the corner if 3 major Ten-T Corridors Þ It must have H2 refuelling stations on its network and articulate them with a wider vision of the developing networks of stations in the Netherlands and Germany to ensure continuity of supply on the main crossing highways Þ Further work should be done on the harmonization of stations for trucks and barges across all countries • There are however wide difference in the funding of refuelling stations and H2 vehicles that could jeopardize the development of proper H2 refuelling corridors across the entire Region => European funding, via the EMR Regio project could eventually fill the financing gap in the regions where the support of hydrogen stations and vehicles is lower than in neighbouring regions, in the interest of Europe.
  • 121. III. What can we do to increase cross-border collaboration ?
  • 122. Existing Organizations & Perceived Interactions 20 ? ? ? ~ Only high-level policies, not SME targeted There a lots of companies in the Region interested in getting involved in the H2 value chain. How can we get them to know each other, to know who does what, and increase synergies and collaboration between these companies ? Source : Hydrogen Advisors & Seiya Consulting Further structuring to be developed now directly at Euro Regio Level
  • 123. Julich ecosystem is an interesting example (not the only one) in the way it rallies SMEs and R&D players around the idea to develop new competencies and be operational on projects 21 Source : www.h2-cluster.de
  • 124. Main conclusions of this part / Working all together / Aligning resources 22 • In all parts of the EMR Region there are hydrogen associations but besides connection at the top there does not seem to be interactions at the level of members (besides in Belgium between WaterstofNet and H2 Hub Wallonia - as some members are in both, and now will be reinforced by the upcoming launch of the Belgian Hydrogen Council, their joint initiative) Þ It would be good to bring all members together for once to make them realize there is a lot happening (ex: Liège) and get them to know what happens being borders that they honestly ignore Þ It would be good to map existing members in all three clusters along value chains to i) increase the visibility of the richness of the EMR Regio ecosystem ii) facilitate afterwards interactions between members of the different clusters iii) lead some players to source closer to home as they discover new possible partners. This has been done in some organizations but not across organizations at the EMR Regio Level. • There is a very strong ecosystem of SMEs and R&D centres trying to work together in North Rhine-Westphalia to develop concrete solutions and knowledge (while we noticed in some other place collaborations between local companies and R&D center on specific projects) Þ Such approach could be widened at EMR Region level • There is not yet a common work done on human resources, whereas skillsets and resources are being organized in the field of hydrogen as a must be for the development of this new economy Þ Public stakeholders should consider organizing a prospective exercise at the level of the Euro Region.
  • 125. This leads us to a Francorchamps Hydrogen Initiative with Three Pillars for the Euroregio 23 Structuring a Regional Hydrogen Economy Developing the EMR hydrogen rivers corridor Developing the EMR hydrogen highways corridor
  • 127.
  • 128. Mr. Philippe Henry, Vice-President of Wallonia Region Minister for Climate, Energy, Mobility and Infrastructure
  • 129.
  • 130. ACO and Hydrogen : a vision for the future
  • 131.
  • 132. 3 OUR VISION : COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY SINCE 100 YEARS INNOVATION LABORATORY Since 1923 1 S T H Y B R I D E N G I N E 1 S T H Y D R O G E N R A C I N G C A R T U R B O E N G I N E 1 9 7 4
  • 133. 4 PLANNING 2023 – 2027 H2 CATEGORY IN LE MANS 24h H2 CATEGORY H2 Category at Le Mans 24h and WEC Possible official anouncement of manufacturers Manufacturer Garage 56 opportunity ? COMMUNICATION & PROJECTS H2
  • 134. 5
  • 135. 2018 2019 Mission H24 and SPA : A Very Special Relation 2021
  • 136. 7 Number of stacks: 4 Fuel-cell system weight: 230 kg Battery capacity: 3,1 kWh C rate batterie: 90 C/150 C (charge/discharge) Number of electric engines: 2 Number of H2 tanks: 3 Charging pressure: 700 bar Onboard hydrogen load: 8.6 kg
  • 137. Motorsport : an accelerator of H2 Innovation
  • 138. 9 EUROPEAN COMMISSION Roland Lescure, Global Industrie, Golden Tech, 8 mars 2023 Bruxelles, Commission Européenne, avec la commissaire Mariya Gabriel, 1 mars 2023
  • 139. 10 THANK YOU Bernard NICLOT Win Innovation Director of Innovation Mission H24