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Challenges and prospects of renewable hydrogen-based strategies for full decarbonization of stationary power applications

Abstract: The exponentially growing contribution of renewable energy sources in the electricity mix requires large systems for energy storage to tackle resources intermittency. In this context, the technologies for hydrogen production offer a clean and versatile alternative to boost renewables penetration and energy security. Hydrogen production as a strategy for the decarbonization of the energy sources mix has been investigated since the beginning of the 1990s. The stationary sector, i.e. all parts of the economy excluding the transportation sector, accounts for almost three-quarters of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions (mass of CO2-eq) in the world associated with power generation. While several publications focus on the hybridization of renewables with traditional energy storage systems or in different pathways of hydrogen use (mainly power-to-gas), this study provides an insightful analysis of the state of art and evolution of renewable hydrogen-based systems (RHS) to power the stationary sector. The analysis started with a thorough review of RHS deployments for power-to-power stationary applications, such as in power generation, industry, residence, commercial building, and critical infrastructure. Then, a detailed evaluation of relevant techno-economic parameters such as levelized cost of energy (LCOE), hydrogen roundtrip efficiency (HRE), loss of power supply probability (LPSP), self-sufficiency ratio (SSR), or renewable fraction (fRES) is provided. Subsequently, lab-scale plants and pilot projects together with current market trends and commercial uptake of RHS and fuel cell systems are examined. Finally, the future techno-economic barriers and challenges for short and medium-term deployment of RHS are identified and discussed.

 Autoría: Maestre V.M., Ortiz A., Ortiz I.,

 Fuente: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2021, 152, 111628

Editorial: Elsevier Limited

 Fecha de publicación: 01/12/2021

Nº de páginas: 24

Tipo de publicación: Artículo de Revista

 DOI: 10.1016/j.rser.2021.111628

ISSN: 1364-0321

Proyecto español: RTI2018-093310-B-I00

Url de la publicación: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2021.111628