Reducing the Cost of Renewable Hydrogen

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Green hydrogen, produced by means of renewables-powered electrolysis, promises to decarbonise a wide variety of industries. However, renewable hydrogen is between two and five times more expensive than grey hydrogen produced from gas.

For renewable hydrogen to fulfil its potential, its costs must become much lower. Achieving this will require low-cost renewable electricity, as electricity accounts for around 70% of renewable hydrogen costs, lower electrolyser costs, and optimal operational strategies.

Watch this exclusive 1hour session to find out what it will take for renewable hydrogen costs to achieve parity with grey hydrogen.

  • Get access to analysis on when renewable hydrogen will be cheaper than grey hydrogen and how this could happen
  • Learn how to source the lowest-cost renewable electricity to produce world beating renewable H2
  • Find out how economies of scale and learning can bring the cost of electrolysers and other system components to lower CAPEX
  • Get an insight into how to deal with the variability of renewable technologies to choose the operational strategy that delivers the lowest cost of hydrogen.


Carola Kantz, Deputy Managing Director P2X4A, VDMA

John Williams, Head of Hydrogen Expertise Cluster, Afry

Kevin Bär, Head of Sales B2B North Germany, E.On

Stefan Reichelstein, Professor of Accounting, Emeritus, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Carlos Márquez [Moderator], Markets Intelligence Director, ATA Insights