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Platform Power Conversion Solutions for Hydrogen Electrolysis

With this webinar, you will understand the comprehensive set of requirements that need to be met by power electronics engineers. The webinar will present a platform approach by which common design elements can be used to create various power conversion systems to accommodate all system requirements. The session will further include simulations and links to them for more specific designs.

Date: July 18, 2024
Time: 9 AM EDT (6 AM PDT / 3:00 PM CEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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Our webinar explores the fundamentals of green hydrogen production and the pivotal role of electrolyzer technologies in this growing sector. You will gain insights into a platform-based design approach for efficient power conversion in hydrogen electrolysis. Delve into the essentials of green hydrogen production to comprehensively understand this transformative industry. Discover the diverse requirements of electrolysis plants, including technology, voltage, current, and plant configuration. Our webinar will introduce a platform approach to create ACDC rectifiers and DCDC converters for multiple voltage classes, streamlining designs to meet diverse constraints with minimal variations. Additionally, get an in-depth look at two potential platform designs and explore their simulation results. You'll also be able to replicate the presented simulation results by accessing the provided links. Join us in uncovering the potential of a platform-based design approach for power conversion in hydrogen electrolysis. Let's transition to a greener, more efficient, safe, and sustainable future.

Key Takeaways

  • Receive an overview of hydrogen electrolysis technologies
  • Understand power supply requirements for hydrogen electrolysis¬†
  • Analyze examples of the platform approach to meet varying requirements
  • Explore simulation results regarding efficiency, current performance, and thermal behavior
  • Learn about the effect of platform design on auxiliary components


Varun Raghunath, Product Application Engineer, Infineon Technologies

Varun Raghunath completed his Masters in Electrical Power Engineering at RWTH Aachen with a focus on power electronics and applications. He joined Infineon Technologies in July 2023 and is currently the Global System Architect for Hydrogen applications. He enables system and inverter designs for hydrogen applications. Raghunath has accumulated experience in design, testing and qualification of converters from sub-system to inverter level. He has worked on various high power and high voltage inverters used in a variety of applications.