Task 24 “ Wind Energy and Hydrogen Integration” 60 th Ex-Co Meeting. May 2009 San Francisco Mr. Ismael Aso Industrial Engineer (Saragossa University) European Master in Renewable Energies (CIRCE) PhD “Renewable Energies and Energetic Efficiency (Saragossa University)
60 th Ex-Co Meeting
May 2009 San Francisco
Mr. Ismael Aso
Industrial Engineer (Saragossa University)
European Master in Renewable Energies (CIRCE)
PhD “Renewable Energies and Energetic Efficiency (Saragossa University)
R & D Aragon Hydrogen Foundation (SPAIN)
Task 24 Description
Interest in Spain related to Wind/Hydrogen
Final Questions for the Ex-Co
To explore in detail all possible issues (Technical, Economical, Social, Environmental, Market and Legal) related to hydrogen production using electrolysis with wind energy.
To explore in detail possible applications for hydrogen produced by electrolysis using wind energy, with special emphasis on full wind & hydrogen integration by means of hydrogen storage and electrical conversion that balances the original wind energy production, allowing an approach to demand that closes the gap with conventional energies.
Subtask A: State of the Art
Subtask B: Needed Improvements and System Integration
Subtask C: Business Concept Development
Subtask D: Applications. Emphasis on Wind Energy Management
Duration : 2006-2010
53rd IEA HIA ExCo meeting (Singapore, November 2005): Interest on new task on “wind energy & hydrogen integration”. The Spanish representative takes the lead.
54th IEA HIA ExCo meeting (Lyon, June 2006):Dr. Luis Correas (Fundación Hidrógeno Aragón) and Mr. Fernando Tamayo (Gamesa Energía),presented afirst draftof the new task.
Project Definition Meeting (Brussels, 4th October 2006):attendance of 15 people from 7 countries. Revised draft with a matured work plan proposal. Pending confirmation of participation, especially from electrolyser manufacturers.
55th IEA HIA ExCo meeting (Petten, November 2006): the Task is finally approved by the ExCo, and a kick-off meeting was made for spring 2007 – Huesca , in order to confirm participation.
56 th IEA HIA EXCo Meeting (Rapperswill, May 2007): First SAR showed and first Meeting , Canary Island October 2007
57 th IEA ExCo Meeting (Montecatini, November 2007): First annual report. Second Meeting Athens
58 th IEA ExCo Meeting (Brisbane, July 2008): Oral presentation WHEC
59 th IEA ExCo Meeting (Athens, October 2008): Third meeting in Switzerland
19 Experts, 9 Countries
Second Meeting – Athens April 2008
First Meeting – Canary Island October 2007
Third Meeting – Switzerland October 2008
Fourth Meeting – USA April 2009
Fourth Meeting in Denver – Hosted by NREL
1- HYPOTHESIS VIII - HYdrogen – POwer THeoretical and Engineering Solutions International Symposium
1-3 April 2009 Lisbon (Portugal) “Simulations with HOGA Software and General Description of a Real Hydrogen Isolated Hybrid Renewable Plant – IHAVU Project
2- Energética XXI: “Energía Eólica e Hidrógeno, una Iniciativa y Necesidad a Nivel Internacional” March 20. DYNA.
3-TechwindGrid`09 20-21 Madrid “Task 24: Wind Energy and Hydrogen Integration”. Madrid April 2009
4- Building the Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Future Conference 25th March 2009, Gallery Suite, NEC Birmingham
“Green Hydrogen from Wind and Solar: Design, Construction and one year operation of the ITHER Project”
5- NHA Conference and Hydrogen Expo march 30-April 2009 Columbia.
6 – Hannover Fair 20-25 April
7- Analysis and operation of a Wind-Hydrogen Pilot Plant. Germany April 2009
Subtask A – State of the Art (Aaron, Rafael, Attilio) – Version III End of June
Simulation Tool Report: Javier Pino
Subtask B – Needed Improvements and System Integration
Subtask C – Business Concept Development (Jorg Linneman – Klaus
New Draft Document End June
Why so Interest in Spain?
P.O. 3.7: Programming of non-dispatchable renewable energy. The Operator of the Electrical System can reduce (curtail) the wind energy produced on behalf of the stability of the grid
7.716 MW Nuclear + 70 % Wind Power Install 20.155 MW = 21.824 MW
Final Questions for the Ex-Co: Fontaine