HYDROGEN AND AMMONIA FUEL USE IN COMBINED CYCLE POWER PLANTS

3 to 5 October 2022

Hours

10

Duration

3 Days

About the Course

This training seminar will delve into not only the general theory
but also the practical considerations of using hydrogen and
ammonia as a fuel in a modern Combined Cycle Power Plant
(CCPP). Although the impact of hydrogen on all plant systems
is addressed, there is a special emphasis on the HRSG and
associated steam cycle as this is often given less consideration
than the GT for example. Another focus will be to identify the
graduated approaches for bringing hydrogen on-stream at a
plant as supplies become more available and costs drop. This
includes looking at scenarios for on-site storage requirements,
firing options (fuel blends, duct burners and/or GT) and use of
ammonia as alternative storage and fuel medium.
The course is for plant operations management and technical
staff who are looking to gain an understanding of the
implications of integrating the burning of hydrogen in the CCPP.