Green Hydrogen Specialist: Project Development and Economics

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The Green Hydrogen Specialist: Project Development and Economics online programme provides project developers and representatives from finance institutions with the necessary knowledge and skills to navigate the emerging field of green hydrogen economics and project development. Through a combination of 9 courses, participants will gain a deep understanding of green hydrogen energy systems, hydrogen electrolyser technologies, ammonia production, fuel cell power stations, Power-to-X applications and the various aspects related to the development of green electrolyser, ammonia production and fuel cell power station project. This programme aims to equip participants with the expertise needed to capitalise on the growing opportunities in the green hydrogen market.

Introduction courses:

  • Introduction to energy
  • Introduction to hydrogen
  • Introduction to ammonia
  • Power-to-X applications

Core courses:

  • Green hydrogen electrolysis projects
  • Green ammonia production projects
  • Fuel cell power station projects
  • Transport of hydrogen and ammonia
  • Markets for hydrogen and hydrogen derivatives

Receive a reminder one week before the registration deadline.

After completing the training programme, participants should be able to:

  • apply the basic principles of project development in the production of green hydrogen via electrolysis, green ammonia production, and for small fuel cell power plant,
  • evaluate and implement sustainability aspects into project planning and operation,
  • assess project economic viability and identify associate project risks,
  • explain the various markets and transport options available for green hydrogen and ammonia,
  • explain the fundamentals of hydrogen as an energy carrier and its potential in various applications and
  • assess investment opportunities in the evolving green hydrogen economy.

Upon successful completion of the training, participants will receive a RENAC Certificate.

This programme is suitable for you if you are:

  • An employee of a company that develops projects involving cutting-edge technologies, such as production of hydrogen using electrolysers.
  • An employee of a bank, insurance company, or financial institution seeking to evaluate the financial aspects of green hydrogen, green ammonia, and fuel cell power stations.
  • An employee of a company that makes informed decisions regarding opportunities for:
    • production of green hydrogen using electrolysers
    • production of ammonia from green hydrogen
    • transport of hydrogen and ammonia
    • production of energy from green hydrogen via fuel cells

Whether you are part of a company looking to venture into these exciting areas of project development or a financial institution seeking to assess the viability of financing such projects, this programme is designed to provide you with fundamental knowledge. You will be prepared to make informed decisions regarding project development and financing opportunities.

Duration: 6 months

Study time: About 150 hours

Programme language: English

Detailed course description: a detailed course description is available for download.

E-learning platform: RENAC Online Academy

Fees: 4.165,00 €*



Raquel Cascales
Project Director E-Learning and Blended Learning
Tel: +49 (0)30 58 70870 46
Email: onlineacademy[at]


For Training Programme content inquiries:

Albrecht Tiedemann
Head of Division "Green Hydrogen / Climate Policy / Renewables Grid Integration"
Tel: +49 (0)30 58 70870 40
Fax: +49 (0)30 58 70870 88
Email: tiedemann(at)


*incl 19 % of German VAT

Additional Information

Green Hydrogen Specialist: Project Development and Economics


  • Flexibility to study at any time and from any location 
  • RENAC content expert and learning platform technical support
  • Moderated discussion forum for students
  • Live lectures
  • Multimedia learning materials
  • Self-assessments, assignments and final exam   
  • RENAC certificate upon successful finalisation of the programme
  • We offer discounts for our alumni, group bookings, and multiple purchases. Contact us for further details.



Raquel Cascales
Project Director E-Learning and Blended Learning
Tel: +49 (0)30 58 70870 46
Email: onlineacademy[at]

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Available dates & times

Next Date Type of training Language Registration deadline Price € VAT Info Early bird € Valid until  
01.10.24 - 31.03.25 Online EN 10.10.2024 4.165,00*

* including 19 % of German VAT


Albrecht Tiedemann, RENAC

Current position:

Albrecht Tiedemann heads the Green Hydrogen, Climate Policy, and Renewables Grid Integration division at RENAC. He manages international capacity development programmes on green hydrogen, energy transition, and Power-to-X (PtX) for applications professionals in the public and private energy sectors. As an experienced educator and trainer, he designs and implements blended learning seminars covering green hydrogen project development, renewable PtX pathway assessment, grid integration of photovoltaic and wind power, and wind farm economics and technology. Albrecht also moderates and chairs panel discussions, workshops, seminars, and conferences.

Professional experience:

Albrecht has been highly involved in integrating renewable energies into the German energy supply system and conducting strategic energy transition analyses for the German energy sector. Before joining RENAC, he was a project director at the German Energy Agency (dena) GmbH, where he also worked as a consultant for the German Federal Ministry of Economics & Technology, the Federal Ministry for the Environment, the European Commission, and enterprises in the energy sector. Furthermore, he was the chairperson of the Offshore Wind Standing Committee of the Federal Government and the Forum Offshore Wind Energy and Nature Conservation. Albrecht was also a scientific assistant for the Federal Environmental Agency of Germany, responsible for developing environmentally friendly technologies.


He holds an Engineer for Environmental Technology degree from the Technical University of Berlin.

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