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Developing a capacity sizing and energy management model for a hybrid photovoltaic-hydrogen grid-connected building scenario.

Atteya, Ayatte I.; Ali, Dallia; Hossain, Mamdud

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Abstract

The admission of renewable energy systems into the grid is subject to significant variability due to their intermittency, requiring central generations to cover any transient variation between renewable power input and consumer demand. To allow supporting the intermittency of renewables and help realizing the 2050 Net Zero goal, adequate energy storage systems are required. This talk will explore the development of a capacity sizing and energy management modelling of a hybrid Photovoltaic-Hydrogen grid-connected building scenario towards decarbonizing the building sector. The capacity of the proposed hybrid system components is appropriately sized, and their energy management operation was accordingly modelled with the utility grid to ensure a reliable system operation. Results have indicated the potential of the sized hydrogen energy storage system in increasing the contribution of green energy supply to grid-connected buildings, while improving the utilization of the sized PV system capacity and maintaining a successful energy balance between renewable power generation and load consumption.

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ATTEYA, A.I., ALI, D. and HOSSAIN, M. 2022. Developing a capacity sizing and energy management model for a hybrid photovoltaic-hydrogen grid-connected building scenario. Presented at the 2022 All-energy exhibition and conference: low carbon heating and cooling, 11-12 May 2022, Glasgow, UK.

Presentation Conference Type Lecture
Conference Name 2022 All-energy exhibition and conference: low carbon heating and cooling
Conference Location Glasgow, UK
Start Date May 11, 2022
End Date May 12, 2022
Deposit Date Oct 6, 2022
Publicly Available Date Dec 8, 2022
Keywords Green hydrogen energy storage; PV system capacity; H2 fuel cells
Public URL https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/1769300

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