Hydrogen Delivery Model for H2A Analysis: A Spreadsheet Model for Hydrogen Delivery Scenarios
As part of the H2A effort, we are developing models of hydrogen delivery systems, for use of hydrogen as a vehicle fuel. The delivery system is defined as all the equipment between the hydrogen production plant and the hydrogen refueling station. This includes hydrogen compression or liquefaction, hydrogen storage, and hydrogen distribution in trucks or pipelines. The goals of the H2A delivery group are to: 1) develop a database on delivery system component cost and performance; 2) develop delivery scenarios for set of well defined "base cases" that span major markets and demand levels ,and 3) estimate delivery costs for these base cases. In this report for NREL contract No. SCM-2-32067- 01, we describe work related to goal 2). In particular, we have developed an EXCEL spreadsheet model of various hydrogen delivery scenarios. The spreadsheet is included as a separate file.
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