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Modelling hydrogen energy technology to facilitate increased renewable penetration.

Gazey, Ross; Ali, Dallia; Aklil, Daniel

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Ross Gazey

Daniel Aklil



Abstract

Started on the 01st February 2011, this research project has developed models for the innovative applications of Hydrogen (H2) production, storage and end-use technologies to facilitate the planned increase of renewable generation into existing electrical infrastructure. The novel application of both economic and system performance modelling has demonstrated that state-of-the art H2 technology can be used as an enabling technology for increased renewable energy generation penetration.

Citation

GAZEY, R., ALI, D. and AKLIL, D. 2013. Modelling hydrogen energy technology to facilitate increased renewable penetration. Presented at the 2nd ETP (Energy Technology Partnership) annual conference 2013, 16-17 April 2013, Edinburgh, UK.

Presentation Conference Type Poster
Conference Name 2nd ETP (Energy Technology Partnership) annual conference 2013
Conference Location Edinburgh, UK
Start Date Apr 16, 2013
End Date Apr 17, 2013
Deposit Date Dec 6, 2022
Publicly Available Date Dec 6, 2022
Keywords Hydrogen production; Renewable generation; Economic modelling
Public URL https://rgu-repository.worktribe.com/output/1831431

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