An academic work developed by the Research Team within the REMOTE framework, has published a new study inside the Energy Conversion and Management Review, Volume 211, 1 May 2020, 112768.
According to the abstract “The study is part of the European REMOTE project, whose main goal is to prove the added value of hydrogen-based energy storage solutions with respect to alternative technologies in terms of economics, technical and environmental benefits. Four demonstration sites supplied by renewable electricity will be installed in remote areas throughout all Europe, from Italy and Greece to Norway. Results from the energy simulations revealed that the need for an external source (for example a diesel generator) is significantly reduced thanks to renewable energy together with the hybrid storage system. Moreover, for all the four sites the renewable solution was shown to be more profitable than the alternative one, either in the short term or in the longer term.” Am infographic explains the developments in prictures.