Hydrogen Storage Technologies for Smart Grid Applications
AbstractThe electricity sector is among the main contributors to carbon emissions. This sector has the potential to reduce its carbon emissions through producing electric energy from zero-emitting facilities and optimizing consumption to better accommodate low-carbon emissions. The use of hydrogen combined with smart grids, as analyzed in this manuscript, can substantially contribute to climate change mitigation. View Full-Text
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Lazarou, S.; Makridis, S. Hydrogen Storage Technologies for Smart Grid Applications. Challenges 2017, 8, 13.
Lazarou S, Makridis S. Hydrogen Storage Technologies for Smart Grid Applications. Challenges. 2017; 8(1):13.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lazarou, Stavros; Makridis, Sofoklis. 2017. "Hydrogen Storage Technologies for Smart Grid Applications." Challenges 8, no. 1: 13.
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