The Haeolus project is proud to publish our latest report by Tecnalia, an LCA analysis of hydrogen plants integrated in wind parks.
Mr. Muhammad Bakr Ahmad Abdelghany, PhD student at Haeolus partner UniSannio, is scheduled to become officially a Doctor of Philosophy on November 28. The defense will be held at the Univerisity of Sannio in Benevento, betweeen 15:00 and 17:00.
How much money can be made by an electrolyser providing balancing services to the grid? Haeolus researchers have recently published an article detailing just that, and there are some unexpected results.
The article has been published in the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy and is available from this link (open access).
The Haeolus data platform has now been made available for the public. During operation, it will be possible to monitor critical parameters of our units as they adapt to the actual wind production according to our control algorithms.
For now, the page is fairly quiet, but will be more lively when long-term tests will start. See our Livestream page for how to log in to the server.
This year, the focus will be on modelling, diagnostics and prognostics of electrochemical hybrid systems, including fuel cells and batteries.
Save the dates, follow the link and stay tuned for the programme!