PtX in Power Systems
Power-to-X (PtX) is a crucial solution that can replace our last fossil fuel consumption in industry, heavy-duty vehicles, shipping, and aviation. The rapid development of PtX requires a firm understanding and a good estimation of its impacts on the power system. At this event, representatives from the European SuperP2G consortium and the Danish IECC consortium will present studies related to PtX and electrolyzer modeling, highlighting the potential impacts and opportunities associated with various PtX pathways, such as wind/electrolyzer hybrid systems.
Date and Time
- Date: 17 Jun 2022
- Time: 11:00 AM to 02:00 PM
- All times are (UTC+01:00) Copenhagen
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Dr. Shi You (on behalf of the SuperP2G consortium)
- Co-sponsored by Technical University of Denmark
Yi Zheng of Technical University of Denmark
Wind/electrolyzer integrated renewable energy system
Yi is a 3rd Ph.D. student currently enrolled at the Technical University of Denmark. His research focus is on designing optimal integration and operation strategies for integrated wind/electrolyzer systems.
Chunjun Huang of Technical University of Denmark
Modeling the electrical characteristics of Alkaline electrolyzer systems
Chunjun is a 3rd Ph.D. student currently enrolled at the Technical University of Denmark. His research focus is on electrolyzer modeling and integration from the power system perspective.
11:00 Opening speech (by Dr. Shi You)
11:15 Wind/electrolyzer integrated renewable energy system (by Yi Zheng)
11:45 Modeling the electrical characteristics of Alkaline electrolyzer systems (by ChunJun Huang)
12:15 Open discussion and lunch break
13:00 Continued discussion and networking