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Design and simulation of a hybrid system based on renewable energy for hydrogen production
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  • Reza Alayi,
  • Mehrdad Ahmadi Kamarposhti,
  • Majid Gharibi,
  • Sara Abbasi zanghaneh,
  • Mehdi Jahangiri,
  • David Stephenson,
  • Lukasz Szablowski
Reza Alayi
Departement of mechanics, Germi Branch, Islamic azad university, Germi, Iran
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Mehrdad Ahmadi Kamarposhti
Department of Electrical Engineering, Jouybar Branch, Islamic Azad University, Jouybar, Iran
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Majid Gharibi
Departement of mechanics, Germi Branch, Islamic azad university, Germi, Iran
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Sara Abbasi zanghaneh
Departement of mechanics, Germi Branch, Islamic azad university, Germi, Iran
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Mehdi Jahangiri
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrekord Branch, Islamic Azad University, hahrekord, Iran
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David Stephenson
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Lukasz Szablowski
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Abstract

Transitioning to renewable energy is part of the answer to, on the one hand, growing industrial development and the rising demand for energy and, on the other,  environmental concerns and the need to preserve fossil fuel resources for future generations. This research focuses on the potential for integrating hydrogen storage into a highly reliable renewable energy system. The purpose of this study is to determine the potential of renewable energy in an Iranian location, in a project that looks at a power grid in various connected and disconnected scenarios involving hydrogen storage. The energy potential is identified: annual production capacity is 2218818 kW, requiring a total investment outlay of US$697,624.