The course is primarily intended for O&M staff at all levels of experience working in combined cycle power plants, but should also be of interest to engineers and managers involved in new project development.
There is a lot of discussion in the power industry about using hydrogen as a fuel to “decarbonize” power generation, but many of the details on how that can be rolled out cost-effectively are often not specified. This training seminar will delve into not only the general theory but also the practical considerations of using hydrogen as a fuel in a modern Combined Cycle Power Plant. 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. 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. This seminar will cover the issues related to hydrogen as a fuel in duct burners and gas turbines in Gas Turbine Combined Cycle Power plant systems. The emphasis will be on the impacts on the entire plant systems especially on the HRSG and Emissions controls.
Public courses are regularly held at both our European (France) and USA training facilities. Courses can also be delivered on-site and tailored to a client’s specific needs if required. Please contact your local Tetra training coordinator for further details (see website for details).
The seminar leaders will include system and Boiler experts from Tetra Engineering as well as burner and emissions control experts.
Refer to individual course syllabus for terms and conditions. Tetra Engineering reserves the right to cancel, in our sole discretion, any course 4 weeks prior to the respective start date.