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  • NaturalHy- Nutzung des bestehenden Erdgas-Systems als Katalysator zur Vorbereitung auf die Wasserstoff-Energiewirtschaft
    the Gordian Knot the existing natural gas pipelines could be employed as a means to transport hydrogen At the other end of the pipeline the hydrogen natural gas mixture can either be consumed directly or the hydrogen is separated for single use What sounds easy at first glance poses a great deal of technical questions Which pipeline material is suitable for what kind a hydrogen natural gas mixture Which hydrogen concentrations are possible without shortening the pipeline s steel or plastic lifetime Which techniques are available for the separation of the gases and how do they need to be further developed to meet the cost targets In which way do we need to alter the end users applications such as boilers in residential houses if at all NaturalHy tackled these challenges in an integrated way PLANET s role PLANET was a partner in the work package that carried out the comparative evaluation of today s and future supply systems in regard to the economy society and environment We contributed significantly to the environmental assessment relying on the experiences we had gathered in a previous study on hydrogen supply pathways In a first step literature was reviewed to avoid redundancy and mismatches with other studies Key findings of this review have been published on www naturalhy net Together with the other project partners including major gas suppliers scenarios on different time scales were developed one for the transformation phase with hydrogen natural mixtures and one for a fully developed hydrogen energy market Both of them includes a number of pathways for the supply with and the use of hydrogen as an energy vector Several indicators can be used for the comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of individual supply pathways Under NaturalHy the consumption of primary energy and emissions of greenhouse

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  • CUTE - Sauberer öffentlicher Nahverkehr mit Brennstoffzellenbussen und Wasserstoff als Kraftstoff
    project was coordinated by EvoBus a DaimlerChrysler subsidiary Between mid end 2003 and December 2005 three buses each were in daily operation in nine major European cities from Stockholm to Porto Their performance was tested under sometimes challenging conditions hot summers in the south cold winters in the north hilly landscape in Stuttgart or Barcelona heavy traffic with stop and go in London etc Also part of the project were economic and ecological studies The use of hydrogen and fuel cells and its advantages for the environment compared to conventional buses were investigated and scenarios for cost reduction of cars and fuelling stations through mass production were prepared PLANET s role PLANET led the work package concerned with implementation and operation of the hydrogen fuelling stations Thy were planned approved and build in the first phase of CUTE end of 2001 to mid end of 2003 and were in service for two years at each of the sites Operating data were being logged daily and analysed The hydrogen was produced on site in most of the cities hence forming a part of the hydrogen infrastructure themselves Mostly electrical power from renewable energies was used to split water into its constituents hydrogen and oxygen in a process called electrolysis in Stockholm Hamburg Amsterdam and Barcelona In other cities Stuttgart and Madrid hydrogen was produced from natural gas methane in a process called steam reformation As natural gas is a fossil fuel this process still emits fossil carbon dioxide The the other sites London Luxemburg and Porto received their hydrogen via lorries from external plants which produce the hydrogen from fossil sources as well It was the intention to choose these various ways of hydrogen supply to test the performance of different systems in regard to technical availability energy efficiency complexity of

    Original URL path: http://www.planet-energie.de/gb/planet/Projekte/CUTE.html (2016-02-13)
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  • EUHYFIS - Erneuerbare Energie tanken
    hand an entire integrated system needed to be developed Part of the component adjustment process was the modification of a natural gas compressor for the compression of the hydrogen as well as the optimisation of an electrolyser in regard to energy efficiency and its robustness towards fluctuations of power input as typical for wind and solar energy Other tasks included the consideration of safety requirements in different EU member states the modelling and the optimisation of the system and the definition of the ecological benefits of hydrogen over petrol eco efficiency analysis PLANET s role PLANET had the initial idea for this project In 1997 when we were preparing a study on low emission bus engines for the isle of Norderney Germany we created the first concept for EUHYFIS at a time when neither fuel cell buses nor any supply of hydrogen from renewable sources existed We sought and found suitable partners for the project including Bauer Compressors Munich Germany the German market leader in natural gas fuelling stations and Casale Chemicals Lugano Switzerland with great experience in development and construction of electrolysers The accompanying research companies were selected and the proposal written in detail The European Commission agreed on funding from the CRAFT programme for SME at the end of 1998 PLANET was the project leader Another element of the project was the preparation of subsequent demonstration projects However it became obvious that higher pressures for filling of the hydrogen driven vehicles would be required in the future to accomplish a higher range The new provisional standard should be 350 bar and 700 bar on a long term The concept of EUHYFIS though only allowed for a maximum pressure of 300 bar similar to natural gas systems and thus it was agreed by the partners to not develop the

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  • Wind-Hydrogen
    In order to make use of the resulting electricity surplus energy storage is required Hydrogen is a medium for stockpiling energy over long periods PLANET led a project to investigate the integration of wind hydrogen systems on power plant scale into the energy system The study was commissioned by the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure Its objective was to establish the conditions that facilitate an economically viable operation of wind hydrogen systems in the long term With respect to generating revenue the work focussed on two markets Using hydrogen as a fuel for road vehicles Re electrifying hydrogen and offering power on the spot market respectively providing balancing power The fuel market turned out to be particularly lucrative Hydrogen produced from surplus renewable electricity can be provided at prices that in comparison with conventional fuels result in the same or even lower fuel cost per kilometre driven Moreover the fleet of fuel cell cars which is expected in the northern half of Germany in 2030 can be supplied with green hydrogen by more than 90 Operating in two very different markets fuel and power also creates flexibility and synergies This increases the economic potential Downloads Study German Abstract

    Original URL path: http://www.planet-energie.de/gb/planet/Projekte/windwasserstoff.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Versorgungsinfrastruktur english
    of transport and digital infrastructure BMVI to develop a requirement plan for fuelling infrastructure for electric vehicles on federal highways Battery electric vehicles BEV as well as Plug In Hybrid vehicles PHEV and Fuel cell vehicles FCEV have been examined Based on the expected development of these technologies in Germany and their technical constraints like range and refuelling time as well as typical mobility schemes and local energy supply and

    Original URL path: http://www.planet-energie.de/gb/planet/Projekte/versorgungsinfrastruktur.html (2016-02-13)
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  • TEMONAS english
    status of hydrogen and fuel cells The aim of the project was to deliver a functional and integrated Technology Monitoring and Assessment tool specifically designed for research programme progress evaluation This integrated IT tool enables evaluation of the status of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies as managed by the FCH Joint Undertaking and many other research programmes all over the world The guiding principle of TEMONAS is to enable objective and transparent evaluation of a technology status in comparison with competing technologies and or monitor the respective progress in the development of a technology TEMONAS is to take the existing technology monitoring and assessment methodologies a step further in providing a system that allows targeted comparison and evaluation of project results and technology The computer management tool represents an innovative integrated software solution enabling both day to day supervision and strategic steering of complex multi year technology programmes The software tool TEMONAS is available and can be customised for the needs of the users If you are interested in further information or an offer please do not hesitate to contact us directly PLANET s role PLANET was leader of the dissemination activities and also part of the management team of

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  • Klimaschutz-Teilkonzepte Jever english
    Mobility CHIC FC HyGuide TEMONAS Climate change mitigation concepts Jever E MOGen The Future is Hydrogen Contact Climate change mitigation Concepts in Jever Hydrogen for the Maritime Economy Key data The Federal Environment Ministry supported both concepts Accessing the available

    Original URL path: http://www.planet-energie.de/gb/planet/Projekte/klimaschutzkonzept_jever.html (2016-02-13)
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  • E-MOGen english
    in 2011 and developed an electric mobility concept for Oldenburg The general idea was to provide new mobility by combining the concepts of car sharing with electric drive The results were presented at the HEC workshop in Oldenburg in July 2012 The interest in e mobility in Oldenburg as well as in Groningen led to a transnational cooperation within the project E MOGen Within the project different companies and institutions had access to electric vehicles The organisation and distribution of the cars as well as the performance and evaluation of a survey was realised by students in Oldenburg and Groningen Originally Oldenburg and Groningen were to use just one car each but because of considerable more interest by the partnering organisations this number was doubled As result of the project knowledge about the acceptance of electric cars in a vehicle fleet environment was gathered Further more the expectations and experiences of the users with the electric cars has been documented and evaluated Another aim was to receive information about the special characteristics of the cars and how the cars cope with the challenges of daily use especially in winter The results have increased experience and knowledge in e mobility and

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