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  • Kontakt
    Contact Contact us PLANET GbR Donnerschweer Strasse 89 91 26123 Oldenburg Germany Tel 49 0 441 85051 Fax 49 0 441 88057 E Mail info planet energie de Post Office Box PO Box 40 03 26030 Oldenburg Germany Directions Please

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  • FC-HyGuide english
    cell developers need tools to be able to evaluate and optimise the impact of their products This allows for the design of products to eco design requirements Replacing one material by another may result in considerable savings in impacts and emissions Similarly the source and production process of the hydrogen fuel needs careful analysis in calculating the direct and indirect emissions during fuel cell operation The project FC HyGuide by the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking FCH JU has taken up the task of compiling transparent and standardised data and work sheets for the environmental analysis of fuel cells and hydrogen production Project developers and evaluators will receive clear guidelines on how to assess their projects using simplified and well structured tools Draft results are presented to external experts intensely discussed and tested for completeness and practicality on case studies before being released to the general public One important application of the project results is the standard assessment of the FCH JU s own projects with respect to their environmental benefits The work sheets developed track all materials necessary for manufacturing a fuel cell system the emissions from operation direct and indirect and even cover the end of use recycling phase The work sheets can be applied to fuel cells for stationary and mobile applications for instance those used in the Callux und CHIC projects in residential heat power supply and in fuel cell buses respectively PLANET s tasks in the project PLANET closely cooperates with the universities of Naples Split Graz and Athens in order to compile data and work sheets for different fuel cell types These include the low temperature polymer type PEFC as well as the two high temperature variants molten carbonate and solid oxide fuel cell MCFC and SOFC PLANET contributes knowledge on materials and

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  • CHIC english
    Aargau Switzerland Bolzano Italy London United Kingdom Milan Italy and Oslo Norway 26 latest generation buses hybrid systems with a fuel cell and a battery from different manufacturers will be in service up to 2016 The refuelling station will be open also for passenger vehicles form outside the project Integrated into CHIC are further cities called Phase 0 Partners that already operate hydrogen vehicles and refuelling stations Berlin Hamburg and Cologne from Germany and Whistler in British Columbia Canada They will forward their experiences to the five new sites Phase 1 Partners From 2012 a transfer of expertise is going to take place to further regions throughout Europe Phase 2 which are in the planning stage for related activities CHIC is the third in a string of projects that aim at introducing and optimising the use of hydrogen as a fuel in public transport Up to end of 2009 more than 8 5 million passengers were transported safely in the CUTE and HyFLEET CUTE projects Over 555 000 kg of hydrogen largely derived from renewable energy substituted more than 1 million litres of diesel PLANET s role PLANET has been involved in these activities since 2001 from the beginning of

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  • Task 24 English
    This will support integrating the growing shares of wind energy in the total electricity generation capacity Furthermore wind farms can become multipurpose decentralised producers of both electricity and hydrogen fuel when the automotive industry enters mass production of hydrogen powered vehicles Task 24 consists of four Subtasks A State of the art B Needed improvements and system integration C Business concept development D Applications with emphasis on wind energy management PLANET s Role PLANET represents Germany in Task 24 and leads Subtask C for Business Concept Development The Subtask considers three main types of wind hydrogen systems Mini Grids plants for Electricity Storage and for Fuel Production Subtask C looks into regulations on renewable electricity and alternative fuels in order to assess market opportunities they may generate for hydrogen derived from wind Regions are analysed with respect to the potential they could provide for wind hydrogen systems Ongoing and completed projects are evaluated PLANET s contribution to Task 24 is based on our experiences from projects such as HyWindBalance RES2H2 und HyFLEET CUTE as well as studies compiled for various energy companies Key Information The task Wind Energy and Hydrogen Integration started in April 2007 and currently has 19 members

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  • HyFLEET:CUTE
    developing new fuel efficient hydrogen powered bus technology and clean efficient and safe ways of producing and distributing hydrogen fuel 33 of the vehicles were powered by fuel cells 14 buses operated on internal combustion engines modified for hydrogen fuel Four of these were naturally aspirated while the other ten will be turbo charged with direct fuel injection A prototype next generation hybrid fuel cell bus was developed tested and demonstrated In the project existing hydrogen infrastructure was further optimised and new hydrogen refuelling infrastructure was developed and demonstrated Hydrogen was produced in different ways both on the refuelling station on site and away from the station off site in order to evaluate the different methods of hydrogen production HyFLEET CUTE also included the operation of stationary fuel cells to provide power and heat to a service station The project involved the cooperation of 31 partners from politics industry and science to promote the development of hydrogen technology HyFLEET CUTE was part of Hydrogen for Transport an initiative that grouped coordinated and monitored all the transport demonstration projects of the European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Platform PLANET s role PLANET lead the performance assessment regarding the hydrogen refuelling facilities thereby following up its work under the forerunner project CUTE The key indicators derived from daily operation date from the 10 sites included efficiencies and availabilities Critical components were determined which at several sites and or repeatedly caused downtime In co operation with the project partners measures for optimisation were developed as well as recommendation for future systems PLANET was in charge of the worldwide training activities for stakeholders without experience in hydrogen technologies The objective was to widely spread to experiences and learnings from HyFLEET CUTE The New Member States of the European Union were a particular focus The

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  • Roads2HyCom - Research Co-Ordination, Assessment, Deployment, and Support to HyCom
    to assess and monitor these options focussing on hydrogen and fuel cell technologies for stationary and mobile applications It supported the European Commission and stakeholders in planning future research activities This was achieved by considering the state of the art of these technologies relative to competitive technical benchmarks current and future hydrogen infrastructures and energy resources and the needs of communities that may be early adopters of the technology Roads2HyCom achieved this goal by three key elements of work Mapping of researchers technology advances infrastructures energy resources and potential early adopting hydrogen communities Analysis of the state of the art technologies likely evolutionary development scenarios capacity of future energy sources and generic classifications of technology adopters Engagement of stakeholders ranging from the European Commission the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Technology Platform and national regional governments to researchers and existing or potential communities of early adopters via dialogue workshops dissemination and training The European Commission also supported the Coordination Action HyLights The two projects were complementary and worked in close coordination HyLights focused on the preparation of the large scale demonstration for transport applications while Roads2HyCom concentrated on identifying opportunities for research activities relative to the needs of industrial stakeholders and communities that could contribute to the early adoption of hydrogen as a universal energy vector PLANET s Role PLANET was the second largest partner in this project and responsible for major management co ordination and research tasks We led the hydrogen resources and infrastructure mapping building a comprehensive data base for further analyses in the project Mapping included an EU wide inventory of hydrogen production distribution and use PLANET contributed to the cost structure analysis relying on the company s comprehensive expertise in cost models It did not only cover current costs but also different cost development scenarios for the

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  • HyWindBalance: Wind-Wasserstoff-Systeme zur Breitstellung von Regelenergie
    that the demand for balancing power derived from fossil fuels will increase in the future In addition the amount of renewable power generated at peak times high winds cannot be sufficiently taken up by the grid due to limited capacities One possible solution to balance these fluctuations in renewable generation is to store wind energy chemically in hydrogen produced by electrolysis This hydrogen can be reconverted into electricity using fuel cells or it is sold to other energy sectors e g as fuel for road vehicles see the projects HyFLEET CUTE and CUTE The main goal of HyWindBalance was to develop and demonstrate such a wind hydrogen system for energy storage Central elements of such systems are appropriate control algorithms and optimal operation strategies under different meteorological technical and economic circumstances Wind and demand forecasts are used Wind hydrogen systems can balance the fluctuations in energy production of wind farms and provide scheduled peak or balancing power HyWindBalance involved planning and operating a pilot plant at the Energy Laboratory of the University of Oldenburg that consisted of an electrolyser pressure vessels a fuel cell and control software PLANET s Role PLANET had developed the idea and the concept of this project and played the leading role together with Overspeed GmbH Co KG PLANET s responsibility was the planning of the pilot system hardware including the approval procedure We worked on the development of operating strategies and evaluated the technical and economic feasibility of large scale plants In the pilot plant wind power as well as a load were emulated by a computer programme Thus operating strategies could be developed and optimised in an iterative manner We aimed at a quality of wind power feed in that is compatible with the standards of conventional grid operation PLANET also led the public

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  • RES2H2 - Wasserstoff als Speichermedium zur optimalen Integration erneuerbarer Energiequellen
    store renewable electricity temporarily as hydrogen through electrolysis The hydrogen can be reconverted into electricity using fuel cells gas turbines or internal combustion engines ICE Main goal of RES2H2 Renewables to Hydrogen was to investigate and optimise such wind hydrogen systems for storage purposes Two demonstration plants were developed and operated In Spain freshwater was prepared from seawater During times of light wind hydrogen was fed to a PEM fuel cell which powered a reverse osmosis plant In Greece research on a metal hydride storage for hydrogen was conducted in addition to hydrogen production This technique allows the storage of relatively large quantities of hydrogen per volume at low pressure max 20 bar For filling or releasing gas however heat needs to be added or removed from the system PLANET s role PLANET was partner in the Greek sub project and participated in the planning of this system Our main goal was to avoid short start stop cycles of single components by choosing a sensible operating strategy under constantly changing conditions on the energy supply side In addition we tried to keep the energy consumption of the auxiliary machines as low as possible During the operating phase the computer model was optimised based on measured data It has used in subsequent projects We also contributed significantly to a market study on hydrogen made from renewables The traditional channels of distribution for industrial gases are only of limited use The main concern of our research was the production of hydrogen from surplus wind energy that will occur with increasing shares of wind in the power generation portfolio It can become lucrative for the wind farmers to reconvert the hydrogen back to electricity or to supply the hydrogen to different markets namely sell it as a vehicle fuel see also the projects

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