A study by the Fraunhofer IEE in Kassel examined the use of hydrogen in the future energy system with a special focus on building heat supply and related it to the direct use of electric power in heat pumps.
An online presentation of the study and follow-up discussion will take place on 22 July 2020 at 16:00 – 17:15:
In view of the current discussion on the use of hydrogen, the question arises to what extent a new assessment of the fields of application must be made if compared to the power-to-gas approach (conversion from electricity to hydrogen to methane) with an overall efficiency of around 60% hydrogen with an overall efficiency of around 75%.
The study provides answers to this and other aspects that also link to the EU Strategy for Energy System Integration and the EU Hydrogen Strategy and that we would like to present to you online. We also discuss the results of the study with:
· Patrick Crombez, Member of the board, European Heat Pump Association
· Jochen Bard, Director of Energy Process Technology Division, Fraunhofer IEE, Germany
· Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, Hydrogen Europe
· Introduction to the topic and presentation of the study by Jochen Bard, Fraunhofer IEE
· Round table discussion with the panellists
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07/22/2020 16:00 - 07/22/2020 17:15
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Chemistry, Electrical engineering, Energy, Environment / ecology, Politics
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event66581
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