Development of a Renewably-Based Hydrogen Generation/Utilization System
A major effort to develop a renewably-based hydrogen generation/utilization system is described. This system consists of PV-powered electrolysis and compression units and hydrogen-fueled vehicles. Both conventional and high-pressure PEM electrolysis units are included. On the utilization side, both fuel cell and ICE powered vehicles are being developed. Each of these aspects is described in the paper.
Hydrogen as fuel; Hydrogen cars; Proton exchange membrane fuel cells
Energy Systems | Materials Science and Engineering | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Sustainability
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Boehm, R. F.,
Development of a Renewably-Based Hydrogen Generation/Utilization System.
ASME 2006 International Solar Energy Conference