Special Issue "Integration of Hydrogen Technologies in Renewable-Energy-Based Microgrids"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2022) | Viewed by 4201
Interests: microgrids; power systems; energy management; hydrogen; renewable energy
Interests: electricity markets; decision making under uncertainty; robust optimization; smart grid; renewable energy
Interests: propulsion engineering; turbomachinery; control systems; thermal management systems; optimization
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Microgrids are increasingly popular for applications such as electrification of remote areas, renewable energy penetration, and energy supply resilience. When equipped with energy storage, they can accommodate large amounts of renewable energy. However, while battery storage is widely used, it is not suitable for storing large amounts of energy over long periods, sometimes spanning entire seasons. Green hydrogen is a solution to this challenge, and can also provide a variety of services while also enabling interactions with other infrastructure (e.g., transportation, natural gas) and forms of energy (e.g., heat, biomass). Multiple challenges should be addressed when considering the integration of hydrogen energy in microgrids. This Special Issue will bring together contributions and updates on current progress in this topic. Original research articles and comprehensive reviews along with well-documented case studies will be considered for publication.
Topics of interest for this Special Issue include the following:
- Sizing and energy management for both electric and thermal energy
- Uncertainty and risk quantification
- Interdependent multi-energy systems
- Ancillary services and power quality
- Reliability, diagnostics, and prognostics
- Modeling and simulation
- Interactions with transportation
- Economics, sustainability, and life cycle analysis
- Policymaking and quantification of the impacts of hydrogen on microgrids
Prof. Dr. Robin Roche
Dr. Alireza Soroudi
Dr. Soheil Jafari
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- hydrogen energy
- renewable energy
- energy storage
- fuel cell