Energy Systems Analyst
Argonne National Laboratory
- Demonstration of Estimating Hydrogen Production Carbon Intensity Using GREET-H2 Module
Pradeep Vyawahare is an Energy Systems Analyst in the Energy Systems and Infrastructure Analysis (ESIA) Division at Argonne National Laboratory. His research is focused on the life cycle analysis of hydrogen production, e-fuel production, assessment of hydrogen blending in NG infrastructure, and techno-economic analysis of hydrogen delivery. He leads the development of hydrogen pathways in Argonne’s GREET (Greenhouse gases, Regulated Emissions, and Energy use in Technologies) model. He also supports the development of GREET-H2 Module.
Pradeep Vyawahare has co-authored numerous articles in the domain of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Techno-Economic Analysis (TEA), and the specialized field of adsorption. Further adding to his scientific credentials, Dr. Vyawahare holds a patent for a multicomponent gas adsorption model, showcasing its significance in the practical application of gas-mixtures separations.
Dr. Vyawahare’s contributions have been acknowledged through prestigious accolades such as Argonne’s 2022 & 2023 Impact Argonne Award and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) 2023 Hydrogen Program R&D award. His academic qualifications include an MS and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Texas Tech University. His work within the field of energy systems analysis has been instrumental and it will continue to shape our sustainable energy future.