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School of Energy and Power Engineering, Northeast Electric Power University, Jilin 132012, China
School of Energy Power and Mechanical Engineering, North China Electric Power University, Beijing 102206, China
School of Energy and Environmental Engineering, Hebei University of Technology, Tianjin 300401, China
School of New Energy, Harbin Institute of Technology, Weihai 264209, China
School of Energy and Power Engineering, Shandong University, Jinan 250061, China

Preparation, Storage, and Transportation of Green Hydrogen and Multi-Scenario Application Technologies

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Dear Colleagues,

Green hydrogen is produced using renewable energy for power generation, such as hydropower, wind power, solar power, biomass power, marine power, and geothermal power. Hydrogen production by electrolysis of water is a real way to achieve zero carbon hydrogen production, and it is gradually becoming one of the important carriers of global energy transformation and development and the core force to achieve net zero emissions and control global warming.

The 2021 Global Hydrogen Energy Assessment Report released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) points out that hydrogen will play a key role in the global energy transition. By 2030, the global hydrogen demand for terminal applications of hydrogen energy will reach about 90 million tons. According to the International Hydrogen Energy Commission, hydrogen energy is expected to account for 18% of the global energy consumption structure by 2050, which will reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 6 billion tons. However, almost all hydrogen energy produced worldwide is “gray hydrogen”, that is, hydrogen energy is produced from fossil fuels such as natural gas. The development of green hydrogen technology will become a powerful driving force for the construction of new power systems and clean, low-carbon, safe, and efficient modern energy systems.

To show the research progress and development trend in this field and share the latest academic and technical achievements, we have established the Topic of “Preparation, Storage, and Transportation of Green Hydrogen and Multi-Scenario Application Technology”. We hope to discuss the latest progress and future direction with all the scholars from across the world and promote in-depth research and technological progress in green hydrogen production, storage, transportation, and application.

Prof. Dr. Weihua Cai
Prof. Dr. Chao Xu
Prof. Dr. Zhonghao Rao
Prof. Dr. Fuqiang Wang
Prof. Dr. Ming Gao
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Keywords

  • renewable energy
  • green hydrogen
  • hydrogen production
  • hydrogen storage
  • fuel cells
  • distributed energy supply system
  • hydrogen safety
  • hydrogen economy

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Assessment of Hydrogen Energy Industry Chain Based on Hydrogen Production Methods, Storage, and Utilization
by Zenon Ziobrowski and Adam Rotkegel
Energies 2024, 17(8), 1808; https://doi.org/10.3390/en17081808 - 10 Apr 2024
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To reach climate neutrality by 2050, a goal that the European Union set itself, it is necessary to change and modify the whole EU’s energy system through deep decarbonization and reduction of greenhouse-gas emissions. The study presents a current insight into the global [...] Read more.
To reach climate neutrality by 2050, a goal that the European Union set itself, it is necessary to change and modify the whole EU’s energy system through deep decarbonization and reduction of greenhouse-gas emissions. The study presents a current insight into the global energy-transition pathway based on the hydrogen energy industry chain. The paper provides a critical analysis of the role of clean hydrogen based on renewable energy sources (green hydrogen) and fossil-fuels-based hydrogen (blue hydrogen) in the development of a new hydrogen-based economy and the reduction of greenhouse-gas emissions. The actual status, costs, future directions, and recommendations for low-carbon hydrogen development and commercial deployment are addressed. Additionally, the integration of hydrogen production with CCUS technologies is presented. Full article
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Jet Flame Risk Analysis for Safe Response to Hydrogen Vehicle Accidents
by Byoungjik Park, Yangkyun Kim, Jin Ouk Park and Ohk Kun Lim
Sustainability 2023, 15(13), 9884; https://doi.org/10.3390/su15139884 - 21 Jun 2023
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With an increase in the use of eco-friendly vehicles such as hybrid, electric, and hydrogen vehicles in response to the global climate crisis, accidents related to these vehicles have also increased. Numerical analysis was performed to optimize the safety of first responders responding [...] Read more.
With an increase in the use of eco-friendly vehicles such as hybrid, electric, and hydrogen vehicles in response to the global climate crisis, accidents related to these vehicles have also increased. Numerical analysis was performed to optimize the safety of first responders responding to hydrogen vehicle accidents wherein hydrogen jet flames occur. The influence range of the jet flame generated through a 1.8-mm-diameter nozzle was analyzed based on five discharge angles (90, 75, 60, 45, and 30°) between the road surface and the downward vertical. As the discharge angle decreases toward the road surface, the risk area that could cause damage moves from the center of the vehicle to the rear; at a discharge angle of 90°, the range above 9.5 kW/m2 was 1.59 m and 4.09 m to the front and rear of the vehicle, respectively. However, at a discharge angle of 30°, it was not generated at the front but was 10.39 m to the rear. In response to a hydrogen vehicle accident, first responders should perform rescue activities approaching from a diagonal direction to the vehicle front to minimize injury risk. This study can be used in future hydrogen vehicle design to develop the response strategy of the first responders. Full article
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