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Author Boudellal, Méziane,
Title Power-to-Gas : Renewable Hydrogen Economy for the Energy Transition / Méziane Boudellal.
Imprint Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, [2018]
©2018

Author Boudellal, Méziane,
Subject Electrochemistry, Industrial.
Hydrogen as fuel.
Description 1 online resource (226 pages)
Contents Frontmatter -- Foreword -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1. Global energy consumption -- 2. Electricity of renewable origin -- 3. Principle of power-to-gas -- 4. Electrolysis -- 5. Power-to-gas strategies -- 6. Beyond power-to-gas -- 7. Power-to-gas experiments -- 8. Financial approach to power-to-gas -- 9. Role of power-to-gas in energy transition -- Acronyms -- Index.
Summary With the development of renewable electricity and the expected important surpluses of production, how can the use of hydrogen improve the green energy portfolio? Power-to-Gas covers the production of hydrogen through electrolysis and its storage or conversion in another form (gas, chemicals or fuels). It emphasises the need for new technologies with global energy consumption, markets, and logistics concepts. Pilot projects around the world are discussed as well as how policy and economics influence the real use of these energy harvesting and conversion technologies.
Note In English.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (publisher's Web site, viewed 19. Feb 2018).
ISBN 9783110559811 (electronic bk.)
3110559811 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1515/9783110559811
OCLC # 1024050313
Additional Format Print version: 9783110558890
Print version: 9783110558814


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