Transition of Future Energy System Infrastructure; through Power-to-Gas Pathways
AbstractPower-to-gas is a promising option for storing interment renewables, nuclear baseload power, and distributed energy and it is a novel concept for the transition to increased renewable content of current fuels with an ultimate goal of transition to a sustainable low-carbon future energy system that interconnects power, transportation sectors and thermal energy demand all together. The aim of this paper is to introduce different Power-to-gas “pathways”, including Power to Hydrogen, Power to Natural Gas End-users, Power to Renewable Content in Petroleum Fuel, Power to Power, Seasonal Energy Storage to Electricity, Power to Zero Emission Transportation, Power to Seasonal Storage for Transportation, Power to Micro grid, Power to Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) to Pipeline (“Methanation”), and Power to Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) to Seasonal Storage. In order to compare the different pathways, the review of key technologies of Power-to-gas systems are studied and the qualitative efficiency and benefits of each pathway is investigated from the technical points of view. Moreover, different Power-to-gas pathways are discussed as an energy policy option that can be implemented to transition towards a lower carbon economy for Ontario’s energy systems. View Full-Text
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Maroufmashat, A.; Fowler, M. Transition of Future Energy System Infrastructure; through Power-to-Gas Pathways. Energies 2017, 10, 1089.
Maroufmashat A, Fowler M. Transition of Future Energy System Infrastructure; through Power-to-Gas Pathways. Energies. 2017; 10(8):1089.Chicago/Turabian Style
Maroufmashat, Azadeh; Fowler, Michael. 2017. "Transition of Future Energy System Infrastructure; through Power-to-Gas Pathways." Energies 10, no. 8: 1089.
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