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Techno-economic Investigation of Electricity and Hydrogen Production from Wind Energy in Casablanca, Morocco

Abstract

The aim of this study is to investigate the technical and economic potential of electricity and hydrogen production in Casablanca, Morocco. For this reason, we simulated the performance of a 4.2 MWp wind turbine if installed in Casablanca. The results show that the electricity and hydrogen production varies greatly through the year due to the high fluctuation in wind speed. The annual electricity and hydrogen production is 29.16 GWh and 555 Tons respectively. As for the levelized cost of production, the LCOE was found to be 0.24 $/kWh and the H2 LCO were equal to 13.52 $/Kg.

Related subjects: Production & Supply Chain
Countries: Morocco
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2018-12-14
2023-02-07
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