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Title Hydrogen in an international context : vulnerabilities of hydrogen energy in emerging markets / editor, Ioan Iordache
Published Gistrup, Denmark : River Publishers, [2017]
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Description 1 online resource (xxxv, 265 pages) : illustrations (some color), color maps
Series River Publishers series in renewable energy
River Publishers series in renewable energy.
Contents Foreword xi -- Executive Summary xiii -- List of Contributors xxiii -- List of Figures xxv -- List of Tables xxxi -- List of Abbreviations xxxiii PART I: International Success Stories for Hydrogen 1 Hydrogen Technology and Economy in Germany-History and the Present State 3 Johannes T#x8A;opler 1.1 Introduction 3 -- 1.2 Basic Research in the Start-Up Phase 4 -- 1.2.1 Basic Research of Metal Hydrides 5 -- 1.2.2 Development of the Metal Hydride Container 7 -- 1.2.3 Development of the H2 Combustion Engine 9 -- 1.2.4 Development of System Integration 10 -- 1.2.4.1 System integration for the H2-fuelled delivery vans with H2 operation 11 -- 1.2.4.2 System integration for the station Wagon 280 E with H2/gasoline mixture operation 11 -- 1.3 Test Operation of Hydrogen Fleet 11 -- 1.4 Further Developments of Hydride Applications 16 -- 1.4.1 Construction and Test of a Stationary Storage System with 10 t Metal-Hydride 16 -- 1.4.2 Application of Metal Hydride Storage System in a Submarine 18 -- 1.5 Mobile Application of Hydrogen at BMW 20 -- 1.6 The Euro-Québec-Hydro-Hydrogen Pilot-Project (EQHHPP) 22 -- 1.7 Development of Hydrogen Technology with PEM Fuel Cells for Mobile Applications 25 -- 1.7.1 H2/FC Technology in Passenger Cars 25 -- 1.7.2 H2/FC Technology in Urban Buses 29 -- 1.7.3 Clean Energy Partnership 29 -- 1.7.4 Special Mobile Applications 31 -- 1.8 Stationary Applications in Households 36 -- 1.9 Safety-Relevant Application 41 -- 1.10 Hydrogen Storage in Caverns 43 -- 1.11 Conclusion 46 -- References 46 -- 2 From Zero to Present, the Hydrogen Technologies and Economy in South Korea 49 Byeong Soo Oh 2.1 History of Energy Use in Korea from 1950 to Present 49 -- 2.2 A History of Hydrogen Energy and Fuel Cell in Chonnam National University 50 -- 2.3 Activities for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell in ROK 57 -- 2.3.1 Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Activities Supported by Government 57 -- 2.3.1.1 Ulsan hydrogen town 58 -- 2.3.1.2 Hydrogen stations 58 -- 2.3.2 The Hydrogen and New Energy Society 58
2.3.3 Korea Hydrogen Industry Association 59 -- 2.3.4 Korea Institute of Science and Technology 59 -- 2.3.5 Korea Institute of Energy Research 60 -- 2.3.6 Hyundai Motor Company 60 -- 2.3.7 List of Many Universities, Companies, and Institutes Which Related Hydrogen and Fuel Cell 62 -- 2.4 World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2014 -- 65 -- References 70 PART II: Hydrogen Energy in Emerging Markets 3 Hydrogen Technologies in The Czech Republic 73 Karel Bouzek, Martin Paidar and Karin Stehlík 3.1 Hydrogen Technologies in The Czech Republic-History, Presence, and Perspectives 73 -- 3.1.1 History 73 -- 3.1.1.1 Sixties of 20th century and alkaline systems 73 -- 3.1.1.2 Nineties and revitalization of the interest 74 -- 3.1.1.3 Economic and Political Background of The Czech Republic 79 -- 3.1.1.4 Role of the EU and its Strategy 80 -- 3.1.1.4.1 Regulatory Role 81 -- 3.1.1.4.2 Inspiratory Role 81 -- 3.1.2 Czech Hydrogen Technology Platform and National Context 84 -- 3.1.2.1 The Czech Republic and Role of Hydrogen in an Energetic Policy 84 -- 3.1.2.2 Czech Hydrogen Technology Platform and its Impact 86 -- 3.1.2.3 HYTEP Successes and Lessons Learnt 87 -- 3.1.3 Current Activities of the Major Subjects in the Field of Hydrogen Technologies in The Czech Republic 90 -- 3.1.3.1 Fundamental research activities 90 -- 3.1.3.2 Development and knowledge transfer activities 91 -- 3.1.3.3 Demonstration activities 91 -- 3.1.4 Challenges and Promises 92 -- References 95 -- 4 TriHyBus-An Unwanted Miracle in The Czech Republic 99 Jakub Slavík 4.1 The Project 99 -- 4.2 The Vehicle 100 -- 4.3 The Hydrogen Refueling Station 100 -- 4.4 The Operation 101 -- 4.5 The Project Story and Lessons 102 -- 5 Hydrogen-Based Energy Market in Poland 105 M. Stygar and T. Brylewski 5.1 Introduction 105 -- 5.2 Energy Laws, Strategy and Policy of Poland 107 -- 5.3 Development of Hydrogen-Based Energy Generation-National Institutions 108 -- 5.4 Development of Hydrogen-Based Energy Generation-Non-Governmental Organizations 110
5.4.1 Polish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association 111 -- 5.4.2 Polish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Platform 111 -- 5.4.3 Małopolska and Podkarpacie Clean Energy Cluster 112 -- 5.4.4 Baltic Eco-Energy Cluster 113 -- 5.5 Development of Hydrogen-Based Energy Generation-Research Units 113 -- 5.6 Hydrogen-Based Energy in Poland-Conferences and Events 114 -- 5.6.1 The Polish "SMART ENERGY Conversion & Storage" Forum 114 -- 5.6.2 EU Sustainable Energy Week 116 -- 5.6.3 International Scientific Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environment Development SEED'2016 -- 117 -- 5.6.4 Energy-Ecology-Ethics Student Conference 117 -- 5.6.5 Kraków-Stop Emisji: Elektryczna Komunikacja Miejska 117 -- 5.7 Scientific Initiatives in the Field of Hydrogen Energy-Research Grants, Projects, and Investigations 118 -- 5.8 Review of the Most Important Papers and Journals 122 Acknowledgment 122 -- References 123 -- 6 The Hydrogen-Based Energy Aspects in Romania 127 Ioan Sd tefãnescu and Ioan Iordache 6.1 Introduction 127 -- 6.2 The Hydrogen Economy Perspectives in Romania 131 -- 6.3 Aspects about the Implementation of a Hydrogen Infrastructure Starting with the Hydrogen Underground Storage in Romania 136 -- 6.4 The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research and Development Projects in Romania 149 -- 6.5 Romanian's Participations in FCH JU Calls and Projects 157 -- 6.5.1 National Center for Hydrogen and Fuel Cell in Romania 159 -- 6.6 Romanian Association for Hydrogen Energy 165 Acknowledgments 168 -- References 168 -- 7 H2 Technologies in Russia 171 Vladimir Fateev and Sergey Grigoriev 7.1 Historical Milestones 171 -- 7.2 Present Status of R&D in Hydrogen Energy 180 -- 7.3 Hydrogen Production in Russia 185 -- 7.4 Utilization of Hydrogen in Russia 188 -- 7.4.1 Chemical Industry 189 -- 7.4.2 Oil Industry 189 -- 7.4.3 Metallurgy 190 -- 7.4.4 Energy Sector 190 -- 7.4.5 Glass Industry 190 -- 7.4.6 Food Industry 191 -- 7.4.7 Other Consumers of Hydrogen 191 -- 7.5 Prospects of Hydrogen Production and Utilization in Russia 191
Summary Hydrogen in an International Context: Vulnerabilities of Hydrogen Energy in Emerging Markets describes strategies and developments for hydrogen civilization efforts realised by various stakeholders such as authorities, institutes, research, industry, and individuals, in different countries and at different stages of the development cycle. Through their contributions, the chapter authors in this book propose a new approach to actual and relevant topics of interest, generically called the hydrogen economy and civilization. Hydrogen vulnerabilities is a topic that includes new challenges that face the hydrogen energy market. Weaknesses for the hydrogen stakeholder are becoming more refined, and it is necessary to be an active and sensitive player to understand these. A prosperous development of hydrogen will require the assimilation of numerous, diverse and unfamiliar contexts. Challenges for hydrogen will not only be in scientific, technical, economical or public acceptance, but challenges also lie in the genesis of this topic and the neglect of some aspects, however marginal, which negatively influence the desired hydrogen developed. This book informs the reader about the status of hydrogen energy in the international market, and it includes a series of examples and case studies about hydrogen activities in various countries. Thus, due to the synergy of this library of contexts, the reader should be able to reach a level of intuition enabling them to see the strengths and weaknesses of hydrogen
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Ioan Iordache
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Subject Hydrogen as fuel -- Research.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Power Resources -- General.
SCIENCE -- Energy.
Hydrogen as fuel -- Research
Form Electronic book
Author Iordache, Ioan, editor.
ISBN 9788793379992
8793379994
9781003338482
1003338488
9781000792683
1000792684
9781000795370
1000795373