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A comprehensive review on the potential of green hydrogen in empowering the low-carbon economy: development status, ongoing trends and key challenges. (2023)
Journal Article
ATTEYA, A.I., ALI, D., HOSSAIN, M. and SELLAMI, N. 2023. A comprehensive review on the potential of green hydrogen in empowering the low-carbon economy: development status, ongoing trends and key challenges. Green energy and environmental technology [online], 2. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5772/geet.23

Green hydrogen is currently considered a key element for delivering free-carbon energy. This paper provides an extensive assessment of the potential of green hydrogen technology as a pathway to the low-carbon economy while highlighting the major tech... Read More about A comprehensive review on the potential of green hydrogen in empowering the low-carbon economy: development status, ongoing trends and key challenges..

Developing an adaptive protection scheme towards promoting the deployment of distributed renewable sources in modern distribution networks: operational simulation phase. (2023)
Conference Proceeding
ATTEYA, A.I., EL-ZONKOLY, A., ASHOUR, H.A. and ALI, D. 2023. Developing an adaptive protection scheme towards promoting the deployment of distributed renewable sources in modern distribution networks: operational simulation phase. In Proceedings of the 58th International universities power engineering conference (UPEC 2023), 30 August - 1 September 2023, Dublin, Ireland. Piscataway: IEEE [online], article number 10294344. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1109/UPEC57427.2023.10294344

The large-scale integration of renewables into the electricity grid as distributed generation sources for providing clean energy supply together with the recent introduction of the smart grid concept, have accelerated the need to modernize the existi... Read More about Developing an adaptive protection scheme towards promoting the deployment of distributed renewable sources in modern distribution networks: operational simulation phase..

Precise dynamic modelling of real-world hybrid solar-hydrogen energy systems for grid-connected buildings. (2023)
Journal Article
ATTEYA, A.I., ALI, D. and SELLAMI, N. 2023. Precise dynamic modelling of real-world hybrid solar-hydrogen energy systems for grid-connected buildings. Energies [online], 16(14), article 5449. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/en16145449

Hybrid renewable hydrogen energy systems could play a key role in delivering sustainable solutions for enabling the Net Zero ambition; however, the lack of exact computational modelling tools for sizing the integrated system components and simulating... Read More about Precise dynamic modelling of real-world hybrid solar-hydrogen energy systems for grid-connected buildings..

Investigating the potential of renewable-hydrogen energy storage systems (RHES) in enabling Scotland’s farming communities net-zero transition and sizing the proposed RHES system. (2023)
Journal Article
AL-ALI, H., ALI, D. and ATTEYA, A.I. 2023. Investigating the potential of renewable-hydrogen energy storage systems (RHES) in enabling Scotland’s farming communities net-zero transition and sizing the proposed RHES system. Green energy and environmental technology [online], 2, pages 1-32. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5772/geet.16

Renewable-hydrogen (H2) is a key component in Scotland's decarbonisation plans and its implementation in farming communities can support achieving net-zero goals. HydroGlen, a demonstrative renewable-powered farming community at Glensaugh, is used as... Read More about Investigating the potential of renewable-hydrogen energy storage systems (RHES) in enabling Scotland’s farming communities net-zero transition and sizing the proposed RHES system..

Modelling real-world renewable hydrogen energy systems for enabling Scotland zero-carbon ambition. (2023)
Presentation / Conference
ATTEYA, A.I. and ALI, D. 2023. Modelling real-world renewable hydrogen energy systems for enabling Scotland zero-carbon ambition. Presented at the 2023 All-energy and dcarbonise conference, 10-11 May 2023, Glasgow, UK.

Hydrogen is described as one of the most indicative scenarios for meeting Scotland Net-Zero carbon ambition set out for 2045. According to the 2021 Scottish Government’s hydrogen policy statement, the target is to invest 5 GW of renewable and low-car... Read More about Modelling real-world renewable hydrogen energy systems for enabling Scotland zero-carbon ambition..

Developing an effective capacity sizing and energy management model for integrated hybrid photovoltaic-hydrogen energy systems within grid-connected buildings. (2022)
Conference Proceeding
ATTEYA, A.I., ALI, D. and HOSSAIN, M. 2022. Developing an effective capacity sizing and energy management model for integrated hybrid photovoltaic-hydrogen energy systems within grid-connected buildings. In Proceedings of the 11th International conference on Renewable power generation (RPG 2022): meeting net zero carbon, 22-23 September 2022, London, UK: [virtual event]. New York: IET [online], pages 204-212. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1049/icp.2022.1823

The ongoing energy transition has accelerated renewables integration within many sectors requiring addressment of their intermittency challenges. Implementing hydrogen energy storage with renewables is a solution; however, Renewable-Hydrogen hybrid s... Read More about Developing an effective capacity sizing and energy management model for integrated hybrid photovoltaic-hydrogen energy systems within grid-connected buildings..

Developing a capacity sizing and energy management model for a hybrid photovoltaic-hydrogen grid-connected building scenario. (2022)
Presentation / Conference
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.

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

Optimal relay coordination of an adaptive protection scheme using modified PSO algorithm. (2017)
Conference Proceeding
ATTEYA, A.I., EL ZONKOLY, A.M. and ASHOUR, H.A. 2017. Optimal relay coordination of an adaptive protection scheme using modified PSO algorithm. In Elsayed, A.M. (eds.) Proceedings of 19th international Middle East Power Systems Conference 2017 (MEPCON 2017), 19-21 December 2017, Cairo, Egypt. Piscataway: IEEE [online], paper ID 168, pages 689-694. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1109/MEPCON.2017.8301256

Recently, future smart grids are described by a dominantly fluctuating character due to the power consumption change from peak to off-peak loading conditions, the operation of micro-grids in grid-connected or islanded mode and other possible network... Read More about Optimal relay coordination of an adaptive protection scheme using modified PSO algorithm..