Hydrogen in combined heat and power production

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For: GIZ in Chile

[September 2020]

Chile is rapidly deploying renewable energy and expects to achieve over 60% by 2035. This sparks interest in e-fuel technologies for the purpose of energy storage as well as to increase the application of renewable motor fuels. The country is amongst others exploring how hydrogen can contribute to a sustainable energy supply. studio Gear Up was asked to provide an overview of global developments related specifically to the application of hydrogen in combined heat and power production. Several large installations based on gas engines are operated in Germany and Argentina. Furthermore, a large deployment of small fuel cell-based systems in the EU was discussed. Hydrogen CHP systems currently serve to explore transition options to hydrogen-based energy systems.

The pdf of the presentation is found here.

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