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Towards Energy Freedom: Exploring Sustainable Solutions for Energy Independence and Self-sufficiency using Integrated Renewable Energy-driven Hydrogen System


n the pursuit of sustainable energy solutions, the integration of renewable energy sources and hydrogen technologies has emerged as a promising avenue. This paper introduces the Integrated Renewable Energy-Driven Hydrogen System as a holistic approach to achieve energy independence and self-sufficiency. Seamlessly integrating renewable energy sources, hydrogen production, storage, and utilization, this system enables diverse applications across various sectors. By harnessing solar and/or wind energy, the Integrated Renewable EnergyDriven Hydrogen System optimizes energy generation, distribution, and storage. Employing a systematic methodology, the paper thoroughly examines the advantages of this integrated system over other alternatives, emphasizing its zero greenhouse gas emissions, versatility, energy resilience, and potential for large-scale hydrogen production. Thus, the proposed system sets our study apart, offering a distinct and efficient alternative compared to conventional approaches. Recent advancements and challenges in hydrogen energy are also discussed, highlighting increasing public awareness and technological progress. Findings reveal a payback period ranging from 2.8 to 6.7 years, depending on the renewable energy configuration, emphasizing the economic attractiveness and potential return on investment. This research significantly contributes to the ongoing discourse on renewable energy integration and underscores the viability of the Integrated Renewable EnergyDriven Hydrogen System as a transformative solution for achieving energy independence. The employed model is innovative and transferable to other contexts.

Related subjects: Applications & Pathways
Countries: Australia ; Iraq ; Jordan

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