Business Case, Design and Simulation of Solar Powered Hydrogen Refuelling Stations
Sammanfattning: Abstract The thesis investigates some possible pathways for how solar powered Hydrogen Refuelling Stations (Solar-HRS) can be implemented in a economically viable way. This is done by the use of a custom simulation model in MATLAB/Simulunk to simulate and evaluate the inner workings of the Solar-HRS. Two cases for Solar-HRS is looked at, one "on-grid" and one "off-grid". The potential usefulness of the Solar-HRS providing additional services, such as selling excess electricity from its solar panels and more, is also looked at. The thesis presents three main results: 1. A compilation of the technical and economic viability of some of the additional services that the Solar-HRS could provide. 2. Three small business cases, where the most competitive case presents a LCOH in the range of 70 - 100 SEK/kg H2. 3. Some key insights in how a Solar-HRS can be designed for a reduced levelized cost of Hydrogen (LCOH).
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