SUStainability development and cost-reduction of hybrid renewable energies powered Hydrogen stations by risk-based multidisciplinary approaches

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  • Prof. Nicola Paltrinieri - Norwegian University of Science and Technology - Norway
  • Prof. Toshiyuki Yamamoto - Nagoya University - Japan
  • Dr. Roser Sala Escarrabill - Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas - Spain
  • Prof. Andrzej Rusin - Silesian University of Technology - Poland
  • Prof. Murat Gökçek - Nigde Ömer Halisdemir University - Türkiye

The project aims to address system modelling and analysis issues in clean hydrogen production and storage, more specifically in the analysis of uncertainties that can impact social, economic, and environmental sustainability of hybrid renewable energies powered (HREP) hydrogen production and fuelling facilities.

Attention is given to newly risk-based performance and degradation models for dealing with fluctuations, unexpecting events, and other complexities brought by HREP, to prevent and mitigate accidents, build organisational safety culture and procedures, better communicate with the public, and identify optimal operational modes for increasing the feasibility of HREP hydrogen stations.

This cross-sectoral project includes multilateral participation of technical and social sciences from 4 European partner countries (Norway, Spain, Poland, and Türkiye) and Japan. By establishing a research network including jointly online and onsite seminars and mobility, a common risk-based framework is explored covering technical, organisational, social, and economic topics with the aim of outlining a roadmap for a better society embracing hydrogen energy.

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