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Title: Toward the clean production of hydrogen: Competition among renewable energy sources and nuclear power
Authors: 李篤華Duu-Hwa Lee
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:應用經濟研究所
Keywords: Renewable energy sources;Biohydrogen;Solar hydrogen;Wind hydrogen;Nuclear hydrogen;Tidal/geothermal hydrogen
Date: 2012-10
Issue Date: 2016-10-21T06:17:00Z
Publisher: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
Abstract: Abstract:This study elucidates the competition among renewable and nuclear energy sources for the production of hydrogen. These involve the use of solar, wind, biological process, tidal, geothermal and nuclear power to generate hydrogen. A comprehensive economic model, the Taiwan General Equilibrium Model-Clean Energy (TAIGEM-CE) model, is used for forecasting. Based on certain assumptions, the analytical results reveal that the most promising means of generating hydrogen is using wind power. Geothermal power is the most sensitive to external investment as a source of power for producing hydrogen. Solar hydrogen also benefits greatly from investment. Production of biohydrogen will be favorable without external investment, and they are less sensitive to investment than other renewable energy sources. Based on the assumptions made in this study, nuclear energy is not as competitive as most renewable energy sources for hydrogen production.
Relation: 37(20), pp.15726–15735
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