Hydrogen as a Fuel for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plants

Hydrogen as a Fuel for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plants

In recent years, hydrogen as a fuel has gained momentum and popularity. However, despite advances in hydrogen utilization technology, numerous technical issues still need to be addressed to assure that hydrogen can be used as a decarbonizing fuel for combined heat and power (CHP) plants. This white paper provides an overview of challenges that need addressing in order to reduce barriers for hydrogen’s uptake and ultimately contributing to the goal of minimizing carbon fuel dependency.

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Hydrogen as a Fuel for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plants

Currently, using hydrogen as a fuel for CHP plants with a goal of reducing greenhouse gases is technically plausible. Nevertheless, quite a number of technical challenges need to be tackled before considering widespread use of pure hydrogen and mixtures of hydrogen and natural gas to fully exploit the coming hydrogen economy. These challenges come from all aspects, from production and transportation to different burning technologies and their installations.

Included in this white paper:

  • Hydrogen production
  • Infrastructure to transport hydrogen to power plants
  • Using pure hydrogen and hydrogen blended with natural gas as fuel
  • Hydrogen and natural gas in CHP installations

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