RP1.1-02B Transport and Storage Options for Future Fuels
The imminent advent of large-scale green hydrogen production raises the central question of which of the two options, transporting green molecules, or transporting green electrons, is the most cost-effective one.
This project aims to answer this question by determining the optimal integrated transmission and storage infrastructure solution for large-scale production of green hydrogen. Towards this aim, the work proposes an investment and operational assessment framework of integrated electricity-gas-hydrogen production, transmission, and storage technologies. The framework will be supported, for quantitative studies, by a set of modelling tools based on a hybrid simulation and optimisation approach to find the optimal investment options of transporting energy as electricity and/or gas/hydrogen across different distances and renewable energy portfolios.
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|Commencement / End Date||1 July 2021 to 30 June 2023|
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|Partners||University of Melbourne, ENA, GPA Engineering, AGIG, Jemena, APA Group|