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Generation, storage and consumption of electrolytic hydrogen from ren



Generation, storage and consumption of electrolytic hydrogen from ren



The plant consists in a 70 kW hydrogen supply system formed by a subsystem comprises two wind turbines 20 kW unit, a photovoltaic system 20 kW fixed and another two-axis solar tracking of 10 kW. This feeds an alkaline electrolyzer system of 18 kW with a production capacity of 3.5 N m3 h through a power conditioner. A storage system using commercial bottles decouples the production of consumption. Finally the hydrogen produced is consumed in a fuel cell 5 kW PEM. A regulation and control system enables automated operation of the plant. The research group working on the optimization of the wind farms or photovoltaic hydrogen generation and tries to maintains operational plant described in order to experimentally verify the optimization algorithms

Innovative aspects

It have optimized clean hydrogen generation in wind, photovoltaic and combined farms. The use of perceptrons, statistical analysis and validation procedures in stand-alone experimental hydrogen production plant are used.


Global energy needs, essential for the maintenance of life on our planet, are leading to a significant erosion of non-renewable energy sources.

This problem will be partly solved with the energy supply clean, safe and endless. With the current knowledge level of renewables are largely the most likely solution to the problem. The state of development of the same is advanced in scientific and technical in some sections of the same, such as wind or photovoltaic development can be classified as very advanced. One model of future energy supply will be based largely on decentralized renewable systems. In this context, hydrogen is emerging as an essential component of both energy storage and wind systems such as photovoltaic, individually or together, as the main sources of secondary energy.


Optimizing clean hydrogen generation with wind farms, solar or combined through the use of perceptrons and validation procedures by the installed hydrogen plant

Main Applications

At first it can be used for any company that already has or will have renewable energy sources, to store the surplus in the form of high-purity hydrogen, either as fuel or for other uses

Research Group



Jose Manuel López López

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