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Feasibility Study for a Large-scale Water Facility to Support a Hydrogen Project

Water Demand and Quality Analysis for a Hydrogen Project

Project Highlights

Our client had identified the availability of water to meet the current and future industrial water demands for a green energy project (including 1500 MW of electrolyzer capacity) as a critical business risk.

Integrated Sustainability was retained to identify and evaluate potential water resource opportunities that would support and de-risk this project and define the costs associated with accessing, conveying, storing, and treating source water as necessary to meet the project needs.

Our scope of work included the following:

The water supply and demand analysis highlighted above focused on developing various scenarios which incorporate existing water demands, future water demands, existing infrastructure supply capabilities, and, where applicable, the utilization of existing storage capacity to help satisfy the forecasted project development needs.

ESG Project Benefits

As part of our mission to Build The Future Sustainably, we strive to ensure projects leave a positive legacy and align with United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This project delivered the following Environmental, Social, and Governance benefits for our client: 

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Feasibility Study for a Large-scale Water Facility to Support a Hydrogen Project

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