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Iwema, Rolf (author)
Green hydrogen has a pivotal place in the energy transition, addressing carbon emissions in hard-to-abate sectors. As global hydrogen demand rises, decarbonizing green production becomes vital. This study explores the influence of design choices and local weather patterns on the Carbon Footprint (CF) and Levelised Cost of Hydrogen (LCOH) for...
master thesis 2023
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Bijl, Jorn (author)
Green hydrogen plays an important role in the energy transition. It can function as a storage medium, as well as a replacement for fossil fuels in transport or high-temperature heat processes. However, the economic feasibility of electrolysers has proved to be a problem. Even though a lot of research has been done to the electrolysis technology,...
master thesis 2023
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Philippo, Thijs (author)
Solar and wind will displace fossil fuels as the main source of energy in a net-zero world. However, renewable energy sources provide intermittent power, hence an energy carrier that enables the balancing of demand and supply is needed. Here green hydrogen comes in place. <br/>In addition, the demand for green hydrogen is expected to rise in the...
master thesis 2023
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Bagemihl, I. (author), Cammann, Lucas (author), Pérez-Fortes, Mar (author), van Steijn, V. (author), van Ommen, J.R. (author)
The production of base chemicals by electrochemical conversion of captured CO<sub>2</sub> has the potential to close the carbon cycle, thereby contributing to a future energy transition. With the feasibility of low-temperature electrochemical CO<sub>2</sub> conversion demonstrated at lab scale, research is shifting toward optimizing...
journal article 2023
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Middelkoop, Sanne (author)
This paper describes a real-time energy management system developed for a solar park in the Netherlands using an alkaline electrolyser. The optimization problem is split into a two-step optimization, taking into account the specifications of the electrolyser and allowing the electrolyser to respond to changes in the imbalance market. The first...
master thesis 2022
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Cinek, Yavuz (author)
The energy transition is one of the major challenges of the 21st century, impacting the way energy is generated, conserved and consumed. Energy generation becomes more and more decentralised, intermittency and fluctuations suddenly are becoming topics of interest within day-to-day life and energy system operators are facing many new obstacles...
master thesis 2022
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Visserman, Douke (author)
The incumbent dominant design for hydrogen production used in refineries in the Netherlands is producing grey hydrogen using steam methane reforming with CO2 as byproduct. Therefore, the current incumbent hydrogen production technology used in refineries in the Netherlands is unsustainable. However, it is still unclear which hydrogen production...
master thesis 2022
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Konderla, Vojtěch (author)
Electrochemical CO<sub>2 </sub>reduction may present a solution to close the carbon cycle and to utilise CO<sub>2</sub> emissions. However, for this technology to have a significant impact, it has to be successfully implemented on an industrial scale. Numerical simulations can aid with the study of process parameters and...
master thesis 2022
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Gusain, D. (author), Cvetkovic, M. (author), Yağci, Bekir Caner (author), Palensky, P. (author)
Power-to-X (PtX) technologies are accelerating the energy transition. Increasingly, these technologies are also being leveraged as flexible energy resources to support the electrical grid. PtX models are often represented using a constant efficiency term as a linear relation between the power input and energy output. However, the operational...
conference paper 2022
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EKHAR, ADITYA (author)
The idea behind Power-to-Gas (P2G) is to help provide flexibility to renewable energy sources such as wind farms with intermittent nature. Additionally, hydrogen shows a great potential to help decarbonize several industries and its demand is expected to rise massively. Several studies for the technical and economic feasibility of P2G show...
master thesis 2021
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Chillamcherla, Sai Amith (author)
Given the merits of photovoltaic technology (PV), rooftop PV systems are becoming more prevalent in residential and commercial areas. As a result of the growing number of photovoltaic systems connected to low voltage (LV) distribution grids, a significant portion of power flow from photovoltaic arrays to the LV grid, As the PV penetration...
master thesis 2021
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Marchand, Jane (author)
Given the urgency to shift to a cleaner energy mix, offshore wind energy is bound to be quickly deployed on a large scale in the next years. In order to meet the Paris Agreement, the current role-out rate of wind energy in the North Sea, that is 2 GW/year, needs to be increased to an average value of 7 GW/year over the period 2023-2040. This...
master thesis 2021
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PANNEER SELVAM SHIVANI, SHIVANI (author)
Green hydrogen can be produced from various renewable energy sources like PV, wind, geothermal and biomass. Especially PV or wind sourced hydrogen production systems are becoming more prevalent as a solution to produce green hydrogen, owing to their regional abundance. In this master thesis project, a PV-grid powered electrolyser shall be taken...
master thesis 2021
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Mulder, Bart (author)
Zero Emission Fuels B.V. (ZEF) is developing a microplant, which ultimately provides a pathway to produce a hydrocarbon in a sustainable manner. This microplant consists of several subsystems. One of which is an alkaline water electrolyser, in which water is split into oxygen and hydrogen under specific operating conditions.<br/>As a mixture of...
master thesis 2021
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de Roos, Anouk (author)
Due to the much needed energy transition as agreed under the Paris climate agreement, it is expected that large amounts of variable renewable energy supply will be connected to the Dutch Transmission Network. Future social, economic and technological developments will determine both the amount of electrification as the central or decentral...
master thesis 2021
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Dhareshwar, Soham (author)
Fuel assisted electrolysis has the advantage of reducing the power demand of hydrogen production by solid oxide electrolysis with the help of assisting fuel. This thesis presents a feasibility study on the use of biogas fuelled solid oxide fuel assisted electrolysis (SOFEC) for hydrogen production on an industrial scale. The biogas is supplied...
master thesis 2021
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IJzermans, Kasper (author)
A lack of knowledge on the economic feasibility and optimal design and operation of offshore hybrid wind-hydrogen parks is identified by utility companies and grid operators. This study reviews the techno-economic optimisation of an offshore wind-hydrogen park from a developer’s perspective and specifically considers the electrolyser technology...
master thesis 2021
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Marchand, J. (author), Shetgaonkar, A.D. (author), Rueda, José L. (author), Lekic, A. (author), Palensky, P. (author)
Due to their weak nature, such as low inertia, offshore energy hubs are prone to unprecedented fast dynamic phenomena. This can lead to undesired instability problems. Recent literature, with main focus on onshore systems, suggests that electrolysers could be an attractive option to support wind generators in the mitigation of balancing problems...
journal article 2021
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Ozden, Adnan (author), Wang, Y. (author), Li, Fengwang (author), Luo, Mingchuan (author), Sisler, Jared (author), Thevenon, Arnaud (author), Rosas-Hernández, Alonso (author), Burdyny, T.E. (author), Lum, Yanwei (author)
CO <sub>2</sub> electroreduction offers a route to net-zero-emission production of C <sub>2</sub>H <sub>4</sub>—the most-produced organic compound. However, the formation of carbonate in this process causes loss of CO <sub>2</sub> and a severe energy consumption/production penalty. Dividing the CO <sub>2</sub>-to-C <sub>2</sub>H <sub>4</sub>...
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Delpierre, Mathieu (author), Quist, J.N. (author), Mertens, Jan (author), Prieur-Vernat, Anne (author), Cucurachi, Stefano (author)
Two electrolysis technologies fed with renewable energy sources are promising for the production of CO<sub>2</sub>-free hydrogen and enabling the transition to a hydrogen society: Alkaline Electrolyte (AE) and Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM). However, limited information exists on the potential environmental impacts of these promising...
journal article 2021
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