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Power To Gas Technology And Business Models

Author : Markus Lehner
ISBN : 9783319039954
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Increased production of energy from renewable sources leads to a need for both new and enhanced capacities for energy transmission and intermediate storage. The book first compares different available storage options and then introduces the power-to-gas concept in a comprehensive overview of the technology. The state of the art, advancements, and future requirements for both water electrolysis and methanation are described. The integration of renewable hydrogen and methane into the gas grid is discussed in terms of the necessary technological measures to be taken. Because the power-to-gas system is very flexible, providing numerous specific applications for different targets within the energy sector, possible business models are presented on the basis of various process chains taking into account different plant scales and operating scenarios. The influence of the scale and the type of the integration of the technology into the existing energy network is highlighted with an emphasis on economic consequences. Finally, legal aspects of the operation and integration of the power-to-gas system are discussed.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Pem Water Electrolysis

Author : Dmitri Bessarabov
ISBN : 9780081028315
Genre : Science
File Size : 27.55 MB
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PEM Water Electrolysis, a volume in the Hydrogen Energy and Fuel Cell Primers series presents the most recent advances in the field. It brings together information that has thus far been scattered in many different sources under one single title, making it a useful reference for industry professionals, researchers and graduate students. Volumes One and Two allow readers to identify technology gaps for commercially viable PEM electrolysis systems for energy applications and examine the fundamentals of PEM electrolysis and selected research topics that are top of mind for the academic and industry community, such as gas cross-over and AST protocols. The book lays the foundation for the exploration of the current industrial trends for PEM electrolysis, such as power to gas application and a strong focus on the current trends in the application of PEM electrolysis associated with energy storage. Presents the fundamentals and most current knowledge in proton exchange membrane water electrolyzers Explores the technology gaps and challenges for commercial deployment of PEM water electrolysis technologies Includes unconventional systems, such as ozone generators Brings together information from many different sources under one single title, making it a useful reference for industry professionals, researchers and graduate students alike
Category: Science

Hydrogen Supply Chain

Author : Catherine Azzaro-Pantel
ISBN : 9780128111987
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Design, Deployment and Operation of a Hydrogen Supply Chain introduces current energy system and the challenges that may hinder the large-scale adoption of hydrogen as an energy carrier. It covers the different aspects of a methodological framework for designing a HSC, including production, storage, transportation and infrastructure. Each technology’s advantages and drawbacks are evaluated, including their technology readiness level (TRL). The multiple applications of hydrogen for energy are presented, including use in fuel cells, combustion engines, as an alternative to natural gas and power to gas. Through analysis and forecasting, the authors explore deployment scenarios, considering the dynamic aspect of HSCs. In addition, the book proposes methods and tools that can be selected for a multi-criteria optimal design, including performance drivers and economic, environmental and societal metrics. Due to its systems-based approach, this book is ideal for engineering professionals, researchers and graduate students in the field of energy systems, energy supply and management, process systems and even policymakers. Explores the key drivers of hydrogen supply chain design and performance evaluation, including production and storage facilities, transportation, information, sourcing, pricing and sustainability Presents multi-criteria tools for the optimization of hydrogen supply chains and their integration in the overall energy system Examines the available technology, their strengths and weaknesses, and their technology readiness levels (TRL), to draw future perspectives of hydrogen markets and propose deployment scenarios Includes international case studies of hydrogen supply chains at various scales
Category: Technology & Engineering

Modeling The Renewable Energy Transition In Canada

Author : Tanveer Ahmed
ISBN : 9783319315058
Genre : Science
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The work demonstrates a techno-economic model of power generation for the cost-effective integration of renewable energy sources, with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Canada. The methodological approach outlined by the author is based on periodic simulation of price variations. The result demonstrates that a 10% transition to renewable energy generation is possible, practical and affordable when supported by an effective policy framework that does not need to introduce a feed-in tariff or loan-based financial mode.
Category: Science

Energiestg Stromstg

Author : Karen Möhlenkamp
ISBN : 3406637787
Genre : Electric utilities
File Size : 43.86 MB
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Category: Electric utilities

How Green Are Electric Or Hydrogen Powered Cars

Author : Jesús Montoya Sánchez de Pablo
ISBN : 9783319324340
Genre : Science
File Size : 31.64 MB
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Have you ever wondered by how much CO2 emissions can be reduced by running cars electrically or with hydrogen as fuel? This Brief provides a quantitative answer to this question using the example of the combined road traffic in Spain. The authors calculate the resulting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for the production of hydrogen gas or the required electricity and installing and maintaining the necessary infrastructure. In this way, they can compare with the GHG emissions in the present situation of oil fueled cars. Using different scenarios, they obtain an assessment how much ‘greener’ the electric or hydrogen cars can get.The method described in this Brief is scalable and readily adaptable to other countries. It can thus be used for investigating sensible approaches and developing recommendations for a conversion. As expected, the results depend strongly on the production scenarios for hydrogen or electricity production. The wrong choice can even result in increased GHG emissions. A proper choice of the roadmap toward a more sustainable and greener future is of greatest importance – the results described in this Brief can serve as a valuable and useful guide on our way.
Category: Science

Ressourceneffizienz

Author : Hubert Biedermann
ISBN : 9783866189591
Genre : Business & Economics
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Nachhaltige Unternehmensführung ist eine proaktive Strategie zur Bewältigung ökonomischer wie ökologisch - sozialer Herausforderungen. Dazu zählen zur Steigerung der strategisch-operativen Positionierung von Unternehmen neben der Fokussierung auf die Ressourceneffizienz in der Produktion innovative Energietechnologien und Managementkonzepte. Die Optimierung von Prozessabläufen und der effiziente Einsatz von Ressourcen führen zu Kosteneinsparungen, der Generierung von Wettbewerbspotentialen und gegebenenfalls Markterschließungen. Beim nunmehr 5. Kongress der Reihe 'Sustainability Management for Industries' mit dem Thema 'Ressourceneffizienz - Konzepte, Anwendungen und Best-Practice Beispiele' an der Montanuniversität Leoben geben Wissenschaftler und Wirtschaftsvertreter Einblicke in folgende Themengebiete: - Studien zur Ressourcen- und Materialeffizienz, - Material- und Energieflussanalyse, - Neue Wege der Energiebereitstellung und -nutzung, - Methodeneinsatz zur Verbesserung der Ressourceneffizienz, - Ökologischer Fußabdruck, - Activity based life cycle costing
Category: Business & Economics

Optimum Investment Strategy In The Power Industry

Author : Ryszard Bartnik
ISBN : 9783319318721
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 68.71 MB
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This book presents an innovative methodology for identifying optimum investment strategies in the power industry. To do so, it examines results including, among others, the impact of oxy-fuel technology on CO2 emissions prices, and the specific cost of electricity production. The technical and economic analysis presented here extend the available knowledge in the field of investment optimization in energy engineering, while also enabling investors to make decisions involving its application. Individual chapters explore the potential impacts of different factors like environmental charges on costs connected with investments in the power sector, as well as discussing the available technologies for heat and power generation. The book offers a valuable resource for researchers, market analysts, decision makers, power engineers and students alike.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Auf Dem Weg Zur Energiewende

Author : Rüdiger Mautz
ISBN : 9783938616987
Genre : Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering
File Size : 54.14 MB
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Die Stromproduktion aus erneuerbaren Energien in Deutschland hat sowohl eine Jahrzehnte lange Geschichte als auch hohe Aktualität. Die vorliegende Untersuchung greift beide Aspekte auf. Zum einen wird im Rahmen einer soziologischen Technikanalyse herausgearbeitet, wie aus der utopischen Vision sanfter Energien allmählich sich verfestigende und politisch geförderte Innovations- und Technikpfade hervorgingen und zur Grundlage des gegenwärtig rapide wachsenden regenerativen Stromsektors wurden. Zum anderen liegt der Schwerpunkt der Studie auf der Analyse aktueller Entwicklungspotenziale der erneuerbaren Energien sowie möglicher Hemmnisse und ambivalenter Folgen ihrer Expansion. p. führen die zunehmende Verbreitung regenerativer Stromproduktion sowie die Tendenz zur Zentralisierung bestimmter Erzeugungstechniken (zum Beispiel große Wind- oder Solarparks) nicht selten zu Widerständen in der Bevölkerung sowie zu Kontroversen innerhalb des ökologischen Lagers. Darüber hinaus zeichnet sich ab, dass der durch die Expansion der erneuerbaren Energien eingeleitete Transformationsprozess des deutschen Stromsektors nur dann erfolgreich weitergeführt werden kann, wenn die Akteure der Regenerativbranche mehr als bisher aktiv zur Netz- und Systemeinbindung erneuerbarer Stromquellen beitragen.
Category: Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering

Windkraftanlagen

Author : Jochen Twele
ISBN : 9783322994462
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Dieses Lehrbuch wurde für Studierende der Hochschulen, für Praktiker in der Windkraftindustrie und Neugierige jeder Art geschrieben. Es basiert auf den Lehrveranstaltungen, die die Herausgeber Prof. Dr.-Ing. Robert Gasch und Dr.-Ing. Jochen Twele an der Technischen Universität Berlin halten. Schon mit der 1. Auflage von 1991 wurde es zum Standardlehrwerk. Die Autoren der 16 Kapitel der 4. Auflage arbeiten nahezu ausnahmslos seit vielen Jahren in der Windkraftbranche.
Category: Technology & Engineering