Power and renewables

Hydrogen in the electricity value chain

Hydrogen in the electricity value chain

More variability in the generation and demand of electricity

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Position paper

Hydrogen in the electricity value chain

Hydrogen in the electricity value chain

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More variability in the generation and demand of electricity

Position paper

Hydrogen in the electricity value chain

About:

More variability in the generation and demand of electricity

Hydrogen in the electricity value chain

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 Why this paper?
  • Renewable energy sources like solar-PV and wind, and the electrification of heating demand lead to more variability in the generation and demand of electricity.
  • The need for flexibility in the electricity supply system, e.g., by energy storage, will therefore increase.
  • Hydrogen has been a long-serving CO2-free energy carrier, apt to store energy over a long period of time without significant losses.

Position paper

Hydrogen in the electricity value chain

Hydrogen in the electricity value chain

About:

More variability in the generation and demand of electricity