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H2@Scale Concept Hydrogen Demand and Resources

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The H2@Scale concept involves hydrogen as an energy intermediate. Hydrogen can be produced from various conventional and renewable energy sources including as a responsive load on the electric grid. Hydrogen has many current applications and many more potential applications, such as energy for transportation, as a feedstock for synthetic fuels, and to upgrade oil and biomass, heat for industry and buildings, and electricity storage. Owing to its flexibility and fungibility, a hydrogen intermediate could link energy sources that have surplus availability to markets that require energy or chemical feedstocks, benefiting both.

This data release provides estimates on hydrogens serviceable consumption potential for possible hydrogen applications and the technical potential for producing hydrogen from various resources. We define the technical potential as the resource potential constrained by real-world geography and system performance, but not by economics.

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National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). (2020). H2@Scale Concept Hydrogen Demand and Resources [data set]. Retrieved from https://dx.doi.org/10.25984/1845000.
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Ruth, Mark, Jadun, Paige, Connelly, Elizabeth, Boardman, Richard, Simon, A.J., Elgowainy, Amgad, Zuboy, Jarett, and Gilroy, Nicholas. H2@Scale Concept Hydrogen Demand and Resources. United States: N.p., 01 Oct, 2020. Web. doi: 10.25984/1845000.
Ruth, Mark, Jadun, Paige, Connelly, Elizabeth, Boardman, Richard, Simon, A.J., Elgowainy, Amgad, Zuboy, Jarett, & Gilroy, Nicholas. H2@Scale Concept Hydrogen Demand and Resources. United States. https://dx.doi.org/10.25984/1845000
Ruth, Mark, Jadun, Paige, Connelly, Elizabeth, Boardman, Richard, Simon, A.J., Elgowainy, Amgad, Zuboy, Jarett, and Gilroy, Nicholas. 2020. "H2@Scale Concept Hydrogen Demand and Resources". United States. https://dx.doi.org/10.25984/1845000. https://data.openei.org/submissions/5652.
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https://dx.doi.org/10.25984/1845000

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Data from Oct 1, 2020

Last updated Feb 14, 2022

Submitted Feb 11, 2022

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National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

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Nicholas Gilroy

Authors

Mark Ruth

National Renewable Energy Laboratory NREL

Paige Jadun

National Renewable Energy Laboratory NREL

Elizabeth Connelly

National Renewable Energy Laboratory NREL

Richard Boardman

Idaho National Laboratory

A.J. Simon

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Amgad Elgowainy

Argonne National Laboratory

Jarett Zuboy

Independent Contractor

Nicholas Gilroy

National Renewable Energy Laboratory NREL

DOE Project Details

Project Name H2@Scale Concept

Project Number EE0828308

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