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Decision support systems for sustainable renewable energy systems and hydrogen logistics: modelling, control and risk analysis

Abstract : A transition to a renewable based energy system is crucial. Hydrogen produced from renewable energy sources (RES) offers the promise of a clean, sustainable energy carrier that can be produced from domestic energy resources around the globe. The production of hydrogen from renewable energy resources is not well understood. This complexity that exists comes from many facts such that related to the intermittent behaviour of renewable energy resources. The alternative fuels and energy carriers that are produced from the RES are challenging for the sustainable development of renewable energy. These systems need to be better investigated to first manage the flux of renewable energy and hence produce alternative fuel and energy. In addition, attention must be given to the technical feasibility of the hydrogen supply chain, which is mainly driven by uncertain, but clean solar and wind energy resources. Furthermore, the infrastructure of hydrogen presents many challenges and defies that need to be overcome for a successful transition to a future hydrogen economy. These challenges are mainly due to the existence of many technological options for the production, storage, transportation and end users. Given this main reason, it is essential to understand and analyse the hydrogen supply chain (HSC) in advance, in order to detect the important factors that may play increasing role in obtaining the optimal configuration.
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Hanane Dagdougui. Decision support systems for sustainable renewable energy systems and hydrogen logistics: modelling, control and risk analysis. Business administration. École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris; Università degli studi di Genova - Italie, 2011. English. ⟨NNT : 2011ENMP0072⟩. ⟨pastel-00679421⟩

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