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Comparison of Conventional vs. Modular Hydrogen Refuelling Stations and On-Site Production vs. Delivery

Abstract

To meet the needs of public and private stakeholders involved in the development, construction, and operation of hydrogen fuelling stations needed to support the widespread roll-out of hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles, this work presents publicly available station templates and analyses. These ‘Reference Stations’ help reduce the cost and speed the deployment of hydrogen stations by providing a common baseline with which to start a design, enable quick assessment of potential sites for a hydrogen station, identify contributors to poor economics, and suggest areas of research. This work presents layouts, bills of materials, piping and instrumentation diagrams, and detailed analyses of five new station designs. In the near term, delivered hydrogen results in a lower cost of hydrogen compared to on-site production via steam methane reforming or electrolysis, although the on-site production methods have other advantages. Modular station concepts including on-site production can reduce lot sizes from conventional assemble-on-site stations.

Related subjects: Applications & Pathways
Countries: United States
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2017-03-23
2021-07-24
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