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Towards a Secure and Renewable Hydrogen Economy for Asia : Fundamentals International Experience and Steps Forward

By Middleton Paulette, Dr.

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Title: Towards a Secure and Renewable Hydrogen Economy for Asia : Fundamentals International Experience and Steps Forward  
Author: Middleton Paulette, Dr.
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Language: English
Subject: United Nations., United Nations. Centre for Economic and Social Information, AID project impact evaluation report
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Middleton, D. P. (n.d.). Towards a Secure and Renewable Hydrogen Economy for Asia : Fundamentals International Experience and Steps Forward. Retrieved from http://ebook.worldlibrary.net/


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Excerpt: Renewable hydrogen can enhance energy security throughout the world and strengthen foundations for global peace and prosperity. This report provides background information on renewable hydrogen pathways, focusing on broad benefits, opportunities, and ...

Table of Contents
Table of Contents Contents Page Table of Contents 2 List of Acronyms 5 Executive Summary 7 Introduction 10 Renewable Hydrogen Economy Fundamentals 11 Energy Security Through Renewable Hydrogen 11 The Renewable Hydrogen Energy Security Vision 11 Key Elements of Pathways to Renewable Hydrogen 12 Building on Local and Regional Resources 12 Benefiting from On-Going Efforts 12 Architecture of Renewable Energy Systems 13 Renewable Energy Resources Worldwide 13 Conversion of Renewable Energy to Useful Energy 13 Energy Currencies, Services and Values 15 Resource Intermittency and Energy Storage 15 Distributed Generation Systems 16 Renewable Energy ?Power Packs? 16 Key Role of Hydrogen 17 IEA Hydrogen Implementing Agreements 17 International Energy Agency (IEA) 17 Hydrogen Implementing Agreements 18 Fuel Cell Agreements 18 International Partnership for the Hydrogen Economy (IPHE) 18 Renewable Hydrogen Energy Technology Overview 20 Production 20 Delivery 21 Storage 21 Conversion 21 End-Use Applications 22 Safety, Codes and Standards 22 Education and Outreach 23 System Analysis and Economics 23 Renewable Hydrogen Energy?Production 24 Electrolysis 24 Biomass 25 Biological Water Splitting 26 Biological Water Splitting 27 Solar Thermochemical Water Splitting 27 Comparison of Production Options 27 Hydrogen Energy?Delivery 29 Hydrogen Energy?Storage 31 Metal Hydrides (High and Low Temperature) 32 Chemical Hydrides 33 Carbon-based Materials 33 Hydrogen Energy?Conversion and End Use 34 Polymer Electrolyte Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cells 35 Direct Methanol Fuel Cells 36


 

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