London Hydrogen Partnership Stationary Hydrogen and FuelCell Showcase

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London Hydrogen Partnership Stationary Hydrogen and FuelCell Showcase

  1. 1. STATIONARYHYDROGEN & FUEL CELLSHOWCASE7TH MARCH 2012, LONDON, CITY HALL ITM POWER DESIGNS AND MANUFACTURES HYDROGEN ENERGY SYSTEMS FOR ENERGY STORAGE AND CLEAN FUEL PRODUCTION
  2. 2. STATIONARYHYDROGEN & FUEL CELLSHOWCASE7TH MARCH 2012, LONDON, CITY HALLContents•  Positioning•  Sector offering•  Remote Power ITM POWER DESIGNS•  Hydrogen Home AND MANUFACTURES•  Summmary HYDROGEN ENERGY SYSTEMS FOR ENERGY STORAGE AND CLEAN FUEL PRODUCTION
  3. 3. POSITIONINGHYDROGENENERGY STORAGERENEWABLE POWERELECTROLYSERHYDROGEN STORAGEFUEL CELLPOWERRENEWABLE HEATCLEAN FUEL
  4. 4. THE CHALLENGE Electricity cannot be easily stored •  Renewable power cannot be scheduled •  Balancing supply and demand •  Required at small & large scale •  Energy storage required for long periods •  Represents major barrier to adoption of renewablesPOSITIONINGENERGY STORAGE | CLEAN FUEL
  5. 5. ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS Grid | Grid Supported | Off Grid •  Grid connected Energy system complexity •  Grid tied back up power •  Grid supported primary power •  Off gridSYSTEM COMPLEXITYHYDROGEN ENERGY SYSTEMS
  6. 6. WHY REMOTE | OFF GRID? Grid connection charges | Cost of cables •  Grid connection charges •  Cost of cables; planning timescales •  Plays to the strengths of hydrogen energy storageREMOTE POWERHYDROGEN ENERGY SYSTEMS
  7. 7. ULTIMATE ES CHALLENGE The ultimate balancing challenge •  Remote Power: Pure energy storage •  Hydrogen Home: Power | Heat | FuelSYSTEM COMPLEXITYHYDROGEN ENERGY SYSTEMS
  8. 8. ITM’S HBOX SOLARSYSTEM DESCRIPTIONABILITY TO TRACK TRANSIENT SOLAR INPUT
  9. 9. ITM’S HBOX SOLARSYSTEM DESCRIPTIONABILITY TO TRACK TRANSIENT SOLAR INPUT
  10. 10. TELECOMSBACKUPHYBRID SYSTEMSDESIGNED TOAPPLICATIONREQUIREMENTS
  11. 11. SITE SURVEYS Site Location: Funshog, Co. Meath •  60 km north of Dublin,15 km inland •  53°48’42” N, -6°29’17” ESITE SURVEYENERGY STORAGE | CLEAN FUEL
  12. 12. POWER INPUTS Wind and solar resource study •  Use location data •  Use measured dataSITE RESOURCESENERGY STORAGE | CLEAN FUEL
  13. 13. TELECOMS POWER SYSTEM DESIGN LOGIC Input Subsystem Output LogicTelecoms 1. Primary loads FC capacity •  Supply load without drawing from batteryPeripherals Wind •  Net capacity typically 5-10x average load capacity 2. Primary power •  Reliability more important than utilisation Local •  Balanced mix uneconomic in many areas PV rating resource 3a. Seasonal Tank size •  Maintain battery >80% year-round Capacity storage factor Electrolyser •  1,000 – 1,500 hrs operation paEconomics rating •  Large enough to prevent battery overheat 3b. Daily Battery •  Maintain battery >80% SoC year-round storage capacity •  Large enough to absorb supply peaksDESIGN LOGICENERGY STORAGE | CLEAN FUEL
  14. 14. ENERGY SYSTEMS MODELING RESULTSMODELING RESULTSENERGY STORAGE | CLEAN FUEL
  15. 15. ENERGY SYSTEMS MODELING RESULTS Wind and solar resource study •  Hybrid ES system •  Lowest cost •  Highest securityMODELING RESULTSENERGY STORAGE | CLEAN FUEL
  16. 16. HYDROGENHOMEOFF GRIDENERGY STORAGEANDRENEWABLE HEAT
  17. 17. HHOME STRATEGY Energy led housing design •  2016 legislation is energy driven •  Design the energy system first •  Start with off grid and work forwards •  Extend scenarios to existing housing •  Develop the legislative frameworkHYDROGEN HOME ENERGY SYSTEMPOWER | HEAT | FUEL
  18. 18. HHOME STRATEGY Energy led housing design Hydrogen Cooking Backup Power Seasonal Storage Full Autonomy (Off Grid) Increased Hydrogen Use Increased Storage Requirements Increased buildings-integrated renewablesHYDROGEN HOME ENERGY SYSTEMPOWER | HEAT | FUEL
  19. 19. ENERGY SYSTEMS MODELING RESULTS Off Grid homes •  The ultimate challenge •  Energy storage and renewable heatHYDROGEN HOME ENERGY SYSTEMPOWER | HEAT | FUEL
  20. 20. ENERGY SYSTEMS MODELING RESULTS Off Grid homes •  The ultimate challenge •  Energy storage and renewable heatHYDROGEN HOME ENERGY SYSTEMPOWER | HEAT | FUEL
  21. 21. H2HOME SCHEME Off Grid to Retro Fit •  Code 6 •  Off grid •  Eco village         •  Retro Fit        HYDROGEN HOME ENERGY SYSTEMPOWER | HEAT | FUEL
  22. 22. H2HOME SCHEME: ECOISLAND Off Grid to Retro Fit •  Code 6 •  Off grid •  Eco village •  Retro FitHYDROGEN HOME ENERGY SYSTEMPOWER | HEAT | FUEL
  23. 23. QUIZONE QUESTIONVERY EASYDON’T TRY TO LEAVE
  24. 24. WHICH GENERATOR HAS THE LOWEST CARBON FOOTPRINTINTERESTING QUIZPOWER | HEAT | FUEL
  25. 25. ANSWER: IT DEPENDS WHERE THE HYDROGEN COMES FROMINTERESTING QUIZPOWER | HEAT | FUEL

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