Designing future hydrogen infrastructure: Insights from analysis at different spatial scales
1 May 2013
This paper critically reviews the growing literature optimising hydrogen infrastructure. We examine studies across spatial scales: national scale studies using energy system models; regional scale studies optimising spatially disaggregated hydrogen infrastructure; and local scale studies optimising the siting of filling stations. For the latter two types of study, we critically assess the assumptions made around hydrogen demand, a key exogenous input into these studies. We identify knowledge gaps and issues that have not been sufficiently addressed in the literature, and we suggest areas for further work.
Designing future hydrogen infrastructure: Insights from analysis at different spatial scales. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 38 (13), 5181-5191.
Agnolucci, P., Mcdowall, W. (2013)
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