Hydrogen Supply Engineer
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Implementation and operation of a pusher vessel combining a battery and a fuel cell in freight transport. This vessel will replace an existing working boat operating in the Parisian Urban node and substitute GTL (gas-to-liquid) by hydrogen and electricity. (Fuel cells, batteries, hydrogen storage, and a power management system)
Scope Of Project - Specific Objectives
1. Life Cycle Analysis
2. GHG emissions avoidance calculation
Advisory tasks to be performed under the Services
Task A. GHG emissions avoidance calculation
i. Delivery of a process diagram, showing the boundaries of the system, inputs and outputs
a. Description of the process in the reference and project scenarios.
b. Definition of the process diagram
c. Description of the LCA goal and scope, system, boundaries, and processes to be analysed, considering but not limited to life of the product, upstream and downstream processes, and processes associated to the production.
ii. Definition of the overall inventory analysis
a. Description of the data collection strategy and information sources.
b. Definition of the functional unit.
c. Definition of the raw materials, fuel consumption, water consumption, and emissions, including references.
d. Identification of the ETS benchmarks, following the EU ETS Directive5
iii. Independent Life Cycle Analysis (LCA), in line with the ISO standards.
a. Definition of the software, methodology, assumptions, and limitations.
b. Definition of the inputs and outputs. Assumptions will be described, for example, considering current and upcoming relevant national and EU legislation and/or regulations (e.g. EU Taxonomy).
c. Definition of impact categories
d. Quantification of impact categories. This will include but not limited to a classification of the resource use and emissions generated according to their potential impacts and a quantification of those under the defined impact categories, which will be assessed in terms of their relative importance within the LCA goal defined previously.
iv. GHG emissions avoidance calculation, including the reference and project scenarios. Assumptions will be included
a. Delivery of defined reference and project scenarios based on the ETS benchmarks and the outputs of A(i)-A(iv).
b. Calculation of the absolute and relative GHG emissions avoidance.
c. Delivery of the process diagram
d. Analysis and interpretation of results, including a discussion of the results in terms of contributions, relevance, robustness, data quality and limitations. Assumptions will be described, and references will
be included where required.
e. Delivery of report and documentation
•Original GHG calculations, consumptions, mass and energy balances where required, and process diagrams.
•Project documentation, and an update with the latest project information, including hydrogen sourcing
Inception Report: Description of the software, methodology, data collection, assumptions and limitations. (Expected timeline: 0.5 months after the Effective Date)
Report on Task A: Report progress for Task A. The consultant shall describe the processes, boundaries, LCA scope and goal. The report will include the Overall inventory analysis, LCA, and the GHG emissions calculations considering the reference and project scenarios (Expected timeline: 2.5 months after the Effective Date)
Final report: Final Report, including modifications based on feedback provided by the Client (Expected timeline: 3 months after the Effective Date)
Substitution of a passenger vessel (Ro-Pax type), which runs on traditional marine fossil fuel, by a zero-emission vessel powered by a large-scale fuel cell system which will use green hydrogen, from renewable sources. (Fuel cells, hydrogen, passengers ship)
Experience and Qualifications
· At least 10 years of relevant experience in the hydrogen production or use sector or feasibility studies on hydrogen- Minimum requirement
· Experience in the hydrogen sector in Scandinavia or United Kingdom would be an advantage
· Experience in hydrogen applications in the shipping sector would be an advantage
· Experience on feasibility studies would be an advantage
· Experience on the European regulatory framework or the production of hydrogen would be an advantage
· At least a Master’s Degree (or equivalent professional qualification) preferably economics, engineering or business administration – Minimum requirement
· Fluent in English (CEFR C1) – Minimum requirement
Type of Project
Competitive Rates which will vary depending on candidates' experience and certification
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