Muhammad B. Adbelghany, Muhammad F. Sheshzad, Davide Liuzza, Valerio Mariani and Luigi Glielmo (UniSannio) are the authors of the deliverable on the control system developed for energy-storage use case, for the HAEOLUS project.
The Haeolus project is pleased to publish a new deliverable on the impact of wind-hydrogen plants on energy systems and RCS authored by Gerardo A. Perez-Valdes, Sigrid Damman, Miguel Muñoz-Ortiz, Rolf Bye and Vibeke Nørstebø of SINTEF.
An article recently published by prof. Proost of the University of Louvain details the key parameters for the breakthrough of hydrogen from renewables. And if you followed the news, a lot of these targets are already being met!
SINTEF just released a report on the activities currently ongoing in Norway to pave the way for hydrogen production in large scale, and how it may support the transition to sustainable energy until 2050.
Varanger Kraft has essentially completed the construction of our demonstration site in Berlevåg, Norway; only minor works are left to be performed in conjunction with installation, currently scheduled for April 2020.
Haeolus was featured with a presentation at this year’s FCH2 JU Programme Review Days. The presentation slides are available here, while the actual presentation was recorded at this link (start at 12:29).
The Haeolus project is pleased to publish its latest deliverable, a report on diagnostic and prognostic approaches for electrolysers and fuel cells authored by Raffaele Petrone and Robin Roche of UBFC.