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Integration of hydrogen energy technologies in stand-alone power systems analysis of the current potential for applications

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  • Zoulias, E.I.
  • Glockner, R.
  • Lymberopoulos, N.
  • Tsoutsos, T.
  • Vosseler, I.
  • Gavalda, O.
  • Mydske, H.J.
  • Taylor, P.

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The European study entitled: "Market Potential Analysis for Introduction of Hydrogen Energy Technology in Stand-Alone Power Systems (H-SAPS)" aimed to establish a broad understanding of the market potential for H-SAPS and provide a basis for promoting in wide scale new technological applications. The scope of the study was limited to small and medium installations, up to a few hundred kW power rating and based on RE as the primary energy source. The potential for hydrogen technology in SAPS was investigated through an assessment of the technical potential for hydrogen, the market analysis and the evaluation of external factors. The results are mostly directed towards action by governments and the research community but also industry involvement is identified. The results include targeted market research, establishment of individual cost targets, regulatory changes to facilitate alternative grid solutions, information and capacity building, focused technology research and bridging the technology gaps.

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  • Zoulias, E.I. & Glockner, R. & Lymberopoulos, N. & Tsoutsos, T. & Vosseler, I. & Gavalda, O. & Mydske, H.J. & Taylor, P., 2006. "Integration of hydrogen energy technologies in stand-alone power systems analysis of the current potential for applications," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Elsevier, vol. 10(5), pages 432-462, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:rensus:v:10:y:2006:i:5:p:432-462
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