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Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) operated as a partner in the Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Project which included the design, construction and operation of a Hydrogen Refuelling Station (HRS) located in the Kittybrewster area of Aberdeen.SSEN developed a control system to run trials on the Kittybrewster HRS. Through the trials a series of network scenarios were simulated including demand‐constrained and generation constrained networks. The capacity of the electrolysers to operate flexibly in response to network, generation, and economic signals was also investigated and the outcomes of these trials are contained in this report. Through the development and implementation of these trials it was important to recognise
that as the HRS is a fully operational site, the key and overriding requirement was to ensure that enough hydrogen was available to meet the refuelling needs of the ten hydrogen fuel cell buses that were operating across Aberdeen as part of the Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Project.
|Place of Publication||Perth|
|Publisher||Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks|
|Number of pages||83|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Nov 2016|
- distribution network
- Distribution Network Operators (DNOs)
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Xu, H., Kockar, I., Schnittger, S., Adams, S. & Bell, G., 4 May 2016. 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster › peer-review
Influences of a hydrogen electrolyser demand on distribution network under different operational constraints and electricity pricing scenariosXu, H., Kockar, I., Schnittger, S., Adams, S. & Bell, G., 14 Jun 2016. 4 p.
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Influences of a hydrogen electrolyser demand on distribution network under different operational constraints and electricity pricing scenarios
Han Xu (Speaker)14 Jun 2016
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentation