The potential benefits to balance power shortage in future mobility houses with hydrogen energy storages
Sammanfattning: This master thesis investigated how a hydrogen energy storage could be used anddimensioned to reduce the problem of power shortage in the local distributiongrid in Uppsala, Sweden. By implementing such a storage system in mobilityhouses, which are parking garages with integrated charging stations for electric vehicles and smart renewable energy solutions for power generation, the problem with power shortage could be decreased. The results showed that by integrating a hydrogen storage together with battery packs, it was possible to reduce power peaks in mobility houses. Further, it was clear that more power peaks facilitated the dimensioning of these type of systems. It was also shown that due to today's initial cost of hydrogen storages, the total savings related to a limited purchase of electricity from the grid were insignificant. It was therefore found that this type of hydrogen storage would not reduce costs in the short term for the mobility houses considered in this study. However, implementing a smaller kW storage could generate and improve knowledge in the hydrogen/hybrid field, which could facilitate the implementation of larger systems in the future. Furthermore, the results showed that it could be interesting to implement hydrogen storages on a bigger scale for municipalities or actors, who would want to reduce the power shortage in the local distribution grid.
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