Supply chain [Chapter 4]

O. Alabi, K. Turner, M. J. Smith

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Abstract

The Supply Chain is critical to the establishment of a hydrogen fuel cell economy
and indeed offers immense benefit to the economy. A range of Lifecycle Analysis
studies conducted in EU FC Framework and EU FCH Joint Undertaking projects
detailing HFC system inventories readily explains the widespread extent of potential interest showing that the physical bulk of any fuel cell system or application does not involve a great deal of new technology. Although the core fuel cell (or electrolysis) stack is fundamental to the technology – the physical bulk of any system or application is made up of regular engineering and fabricated components. And the greatest proportion of cost and value in such systems is entrained in their overall design and integration content (IP). For example in scoping out the prospects for a hydrogen ferry being built and operated in Scotland, around 200 local supply chain companies were identified which could have an interest in such a development.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Economic Impact of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the UK
Subtitle of host publicationA Preliminary Assessment Based on Analysis of the Replacement of Refined Transport Fuels and Vehicles
EditorsMartin J. Smith, Karen Turner, John T.S. Irvine
Place of PublicationLondon
Publisher H2FC SUPERGEN
Pages43-69
Number of pages27
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Keywords

  • supply chain
  • hydrogen supply
  • fuel cell
  • energy economics
  • energy policy

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Alabi, O., Turner, K., & Smith, M. J. (2017). Supply chain [Chapter 4]. In M. J. Smith, K. Turner, & J. T. S. Irvine (Eds.), The Economic Impact of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the UK: A Preliminary Assessment Based on Analysis of the Replacement of Refined Transport Fuels and Vehicles (pp. 43-69). London: H2FC SUPERGEN.
Alabi, O. ; Turner, K. ; Smith, M. J. . / Supply chain [Chapter 4]. The Economic Impact of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the UK: A Preliminary Assessment Based on Analysis of the Replacement of Refined Transport Fuels and Vehicles. editor / Martin J. Smith ; Karen Turner ; John T.S. Irvine. London : H2FC SUPERGEN, 2017. pp. 43-69
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Alabi, O, Turner, K & Smith, MJ 2017, Supply chain [Chapter 4]. in MJ Smith, K Turner & JTS Irvine (eds), The Economic Impact of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the UK: A Preliminary Assessment Based on Analysis of the Replacement of Refined Transport Fuels and Vehicles. H2FC SUPERGEN, London, pp. 43-69.

Supply chain [Chapter 4]. / Alabi, O.; Turner, K.; Smith, M. J. .

The Economic Impact of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the UK: A Preliminary Assessment Based on Analysis of the Replacement of Refined Transport Fuels and Vehicles. ed. / Martin J. Smith; Karen Turner; John T.S. Irvine. London : H2FC SUPERGEN, 2017. p. 43-69.

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Alabi O, Turner K, Smith MJ. Supply chain [Chapter 4]. In Smith MJ, Turner K, Irvine JTS, editors, The Economic Impact of Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in the UK: A Preliminary Assessment Based on Analysis of the Replacement of Refined Transport Fuels and Vehicles. London: H2FC SUPERGEN. 2017. p. 43-69