Cost-Efficient Electrolysis and Liquid Hydrogen Storage for Future Renewable Energy
Here’s an article written in PV Magazine that tells you about a recent study which reveals cost-efficient electrolysis for more future renewable energy systems.
According to the study by the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland,
- Hydrogen is a significant energy source in future renewable energy systems.
- Electrolysis is cost-efficient in all studied climates for hydrogen production.
- Hydrogen is not significant for direct power generation but important for hard-to-electrify sectors.
- In regions without cavern storage, liquid hydrogen could be used for energy storage.
- Electrofuel storage is important in all systems, with the highest capacity in the northern Hemiboreal system.
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