New scientific results from the project

Simon Ödberg and picture of the demo plant

In our latest peer-reviewed article, we investigate the value of flexible fuel mixing in hydrogen compatible gas turbines. The results show that a complementary fuel allows the gas turbine to operate also during hours when hydrogen is not available or too costly, and thus that the annualized investment cost can be recovered also during hours when the marginal cost of hydrogen is too high to generate a gross margin. Furthermore, the results indicate that the “willingness-to-pay” for hydrogen when used in gas turbines approaches levels five times the average hydrogen cost in the system.

You can find the article on Science direct.

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