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  1. 1. Development of a Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure in the Northeastern United States 2012-2013 Hydrogen Student Design Contest sponsored by the Department of Energy Kyushu University
  2. 2. Flights to/from Asian major cities Destination Flight time Tokyo 1 hr 30 min Shanghai 1 hr 30 min Taipei 2 hrs 00 min Beijing 2 hrs 20 min Hong Kong 4 hrs 40 min Singapore 5 hrs 45 min Washington, D.C. 13 hrs Kyushu University  Established in 1911  One of the 7 former Imperial colleges  3rd oldest Engineering Faculty after Univ. Tokyo and Univ. Kyoto Fukuoka’s Location 1
  3. 3. FCV and Filling station High investment cost Need more infrastructures Come out Today’s Infrastructure in California Present status around FCV 2
  4. 4. Contest theme 3
  5. 5. 300,000 2,250,000 0 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 2014 2016 2018 2020 2022 2024 Numberofsales The number of FCVs expected by our team The number of FCVs provided by HEF Design Approach 4 Number of FCV forecast 4
  6. 6. Portable station Merged with Gas station Combination of off-site & on-site Modular design Station design Hydrogen station 5
  7. 7. Merged with existing gas station Compressor (40,80MPa) Accumulator (40,80MPa) Storage Gas dispenser Hydrogen dispenser On-site station(1000kgH2/day)  Reduce land cost  Much fueling demand  Convenient for drivers Merge with Gas station Pre-cooler Off-site station(400kgH2/day) $5.0M/site$2.7M/site 6
  8. 8. Compressor (40,80MPa) Accumulator (40,80MPa) Storage Gas dispenser Combination of off-site & on-site station Hydrogen dispenser Hydrogen production by steam reforming On-site station(1000kgH2/day) Pre-cooler Off-site station(400kgH2/day) $5.0M/site$2.7M/site 7
  9. 9. 8 Gas stationNew place Off-site station ( kgH2/day)800 Portable station(40kgH2/day)Modular design (off-site station) Station design Portable station (40kgH2/day) $ 0.7M/site $2.7M /site+ $0.67M /site+ $0.28M /site 8
  10. 10. Timeline 9
  11. 11. Celebrity Urban people Along-highway people Transportation business Suburban people Average driving distance 𝑝𝑟𝑜𝑣𝑖𝑑𝑒𝑑 𝑏𝑦 HEF (28.8 miles/day ) 0.7 0.6 1.2 1.2 3 10  Average driving distance varies by each user  Focus on different users in each phase Phase 1 Phase 2, 3 User of FCV 1 10
  12. 12. Celebrities access easily Highway Portable Off-site station On-site station Densely-populated area  Gather stations in densely- populated area  Use portable station Very low initial cost Timeline 2013-2015(Phase1) Celebrities in New York 11
  13. 13. 12  Arrange more off-site stations densely  Move portable stations to the hydrogen developing area  Develop on-site stations to surround off-site stations Highway Portable Off-site station Off-site station On-site station Densely-populated area 95 % urban people can access within 15min More urban people in densely-populated area Timeline 2015-2020(Phase2) Massive infrastructure especially in densely-populated area 12
  14. 14. Almost 100 % Megalopolis people can access within 5min Various people Timeline 2020-2025(Phase3) More hydrogen stations Expand existing stations modularly Plants cover hydrogen demand On-site station Hydrogen production plant Densely-populated area 2nd densely-populated area Highway Portable Off-site station Off-site station Large off-site station Infrastructure in broad area 13
  15. 15. 14 95 % urban people can access within 15min Almost 100 % Megalopolis people can access within 5min [Number of stations] H2 station map( New York 2015,2020,2025) 11 500 1400 14
  16. 16. 15 Investment return [Accumulation cost and sales] Payout Period 19 years 15
  17. 17. 16 Hydrogen price 16 Gasoline price Hydrogen price
  18. 18. 2015 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 20252014 2016 2017 20182013 Media Strategy Celebrities drive FCV in New York Movies and Dramas FCV race event in Manhattan Education Strategy Hydrogen bus tour Hydrogen production factory tour Demonstration hydrogen mini car Phase1 Phase2 Phase3 Marketing Price Strategy 32% fuel cost will be reduced FCV :54.7miles/kgH2, 4$/kgH2 Gasoline car : 9.3miles/L, 1 $/L 17
  19. 19. BOS NYC WAS PHI Summary 2013-2015(Phase1)2015-2020(Phase2)2020-2025(Phase3) 18
  20. 20. BOS NYC WAS PHI Flexible design High accessibility Short term investment-return This proposal is best for Northeastern U.S Summary 2013-2015(Phase1)2015-2020(Phase2)2020-2025(Phase3) 19
  21. 21. Kazuto Tsuda Naoya Kobayashi Kosuke Shinto Yohei Nagamatsu Liana Christiani Shingo Baba Prof. Megumi Takata Prof. Yusuke Shiratori Yasuhiro Toyofuku Takahiro Takaki Keisuke Adaniya Masaru Takada Kota Miyoshi Kyohei Hirata Seiichiro Kimura Soichiro Murakami <Special Thanks to> <Faculty Advisors> *Department of Hydrogen Energy System, Faculty of Engineering *Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering *Department of Business and Technology Management, Faculty of Economics *International Institute for Carbon- Neutral Energy Research (I2CNER) *Next-to-last Team Leader *Mitsubishi Corporation *Last Team Leader Kyushu university team members 20

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