A felszín alatti hidrogéntárolás rezervoármérnöki megközelítése
Reservoir engineering approach of underground hydrogen storage
Keywords:felszín alatti hidrogén tárolás, zöld-hidrogén, dekarbonizáció, párnagáz, ki- és betárolás
The burning of fossil fuels is a major contributor to global warming. Therefore, the energy sector is looking for alternative renewable energy sources for electricity generation, such as wind, solar and hydropower. Electricity generated from this type of source is highly weather dependent, highly unbalanced, and therefore requires a complex energy storage system. This system stores the excess energy as a buffer, following the needs of the differences between supply and demand between the seasons. Subsurface storage of hydrogen produced by the electrolysis of water using renewable energy can be one of the possible forms of energy storage. To facilitate hydrogen supply in a future with zero carbon emissions, it is necessary to examine the technical aspects and feasibility of underground storage of hydrogen. The correct choice of hydrogen storage cycle processes and processes requires the study of a number of mechanisms, such as hydrodynamic, geochemical, biochemical, or microbial reactions.
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