Analyzing the Concept of Hydrogen Energy Stations

Date: November 1, 2015
Pages: 105
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Publisher: Aruvian's R'search
Report type: Strategic Report
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Analyzing the Concept of Hydrogen Energy Stations
As the world explores newer sources of renewable energy, hydrogen is fast emerging as an attractive option. A new concept that has emerged in recent years is the usage of hydrogen for transportation. Thus, the development of hydrogen energy stations.

The latest offering from Aruvian Research brings you a complete analysis of the concept of Hydrogen Energy Stations. Analyzing the Concept of Hydrogen Energy Stations report contains a focused analysis of the factors affecting the hydrogen energy stations. The report contains an analysis of the technologies involved in hydrogen energy stations, and much more.

The report also carries in-depth case studies on the various programs that are being carried out in relation to hydrogen energy stations. An analysis of the barriers, other issues, cost effectiveness and the procedure involved in the actually implementation of hydrogen energy stations are all discussed in great details inside this report. Determining the future of the hydrogen energy stations and the energy industry becomes a lot easier with this report.
A. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

B. INTRODUCTION TO THE CONCEPT OF HYDROGEN ENERGY STATIONS

B.1 Overview
B.2 What are Hydrogen Energy Stations?
B.3 Looking at Hydrogen Fueling Stations & Distributed Power Generation
B.4 Benefits of Hydrogen Energy Stations

C. TYPES OF ENERGY STATIONS

D. ANALYZING THE PRICE ECONOMICS OF HYDROGEN ENERGY STATIONS

E. CASE STUDIES

E.1 Diamond Bar Hydrogen Energy Station
E.2 Honda/Plug Power Home Energy Station
E.3 Las Vegas Hydrogen Energy Station
E.4 Toronto Hydrogen Energy Station
E.5 Upcoming Projects

F. STATE-LEVEL HYDROGEN & FUEL CELL PROGRAMS

F.1 Colorado
F.2 Connecticut
F.3 Hawaii
F.4 Massachusetts
F.5 Ohio
F.6 Washington

G. HYDROGEN & DISTRIBUTED GENERATION INITIATIVES

G.1 Public Fuel Cell Alliance
G.2 Upper Midwest Hydrogen Initiative
G.3 International Programs

H. FUTURE PERSPECTIVE OF HYDROGEN ENERGY STATIONS

I. CONCLUSION

J. GLOSSARY OF TERMS

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Higher Heating Value per Volume for Different Fuel Options
Figure 2: Voltage-Current Characteristics of Hydrogen Electrolyzer & Fuel Cell
Figure 3: Energy Input to Electrolyze Water Compared to HHV Energy of Liberated Hydrogen
Figure 4: Hydrogen from Wind Power Availability Map of the US
Figure 5: Hydrogen from Concentrating Solar Power Availability Map of the US
Figure 6: Hydrogen from Biomass Residues Availability Map of the US
Figure 7: Ranges in Onsite Hydrogen Production Cost Estimates
Figure 8: Adiabatic Compression Work versus Final Pressure for Hydrogen & Methane
Figure 9: Energy Required for the Compression of Hydrogen Compared to its Higher Heating Value
Figure 10: Typical Energy Requirements for the Liquefaction of Hydrogen versus Plant Capacity
Figure 11: Liquefaction Energy Relative to the HHV of Hydrogen versus Plant Capacity
Figure 12: Energy Needed to Produce Alkali Metal Hydrides Relative to the HHV Content of the Liberated Hydrogen
Figure 13: Low-Temperature Fuel Cell Energy Station Design
Figure 14: High-Temperature Fuel Cell Energy Station Design
Figure 15: Demonstration of the Honda/Plug Power Home Energy Station
Figure 16: Las Vegas Hydrogen Energy Station
Figure 17: Toronto Hydrogen Energy Station
Figure 18: Increase in Global CO2 Concentration
Figure 19: Hydrogen Economy & Water Circulation
Figure 20: Hydrogen Energy System
Figure 21: Hydrogen Economy

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Density and Heating Values of Hydrogen and Methane
Table 2: National Research Council Estimates for Hydrogen Produced via SMR of Natural Gas
Table 3: Typical Reformer Effluent for SMR of Natural Gas and POx Reformation of Coal
Table 4: Energy Input of Alkali Metal Hydride Production
Table 5: Technical & Cost of Energy Station Power Technologies
Table 6: Types of Hydrogen Energy Stations
Table 7: FreedomCAR Hydrogen Storage System Targets
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