Role of electricity interconnections and impact of the geographical scale on the French potential of producing hydrogen via electricity surplus by 2035
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- Olfa Tlili & Christine Mansilla & Martin Robinius & Konstantinos Syranidis & Markus Reuss & Jochen Linssen & Jean André & Yannick Perez & Detlef Stolten, 2019. "Role of electricity interconnections and impact of the geographical scale on the French potential of producing hydrogen via electricity surplus by 2035," Post-Print hal-02421449, HAL.
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KeywordsElectricity surplus; Renewables; Nuclear; Hydrogen; Regional;
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