38, 2022, 28-32
Electrical and Hydrogen Microgrid - Energy Control of a Self-Sufficient Supply System Based on a Combined Electrical and Hydrogen Distribution Grid

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						@Article{,
							 
							Year= "2022", 
							Number= "1", 
							 Volume= "38", 
							Pages= "28-32", 
							Journal   = "Industry 4.0 Management",
							 Title= "Electrical and Hydrogen Microgrid - Energy Control of a Self-Sufficient Supply System Based on a Combined Electrical and Hydrogen Distribution Grid ", 
							Author= "David Salomon Stephan, Uwe Werner and Carsten Fichter, Hochschule Bremerhaven 
", 
							Doi= "https://doi.org/10.30844/I40M_22-1_28-32", 
							 Abstract= "The main goal of assembling a self-sufficient microgrid is to integrate all technical equipment into an autonomous energy supply system as a virtual power plant (VPP). The system integration focuses on the power electronic devices and the combination of gas and electrical supply chains. The developed microgrid structure is fed from renewable energy systems (green hydrogen), the electrical grid and the H2 gas grid with a liquid or gaseous energy source. In comparison to an island grid, the microgrid can be operated in parallel mode with the common public grid. The associated challenges of transient energy flows and the holistic view of a regulated microgrid based on an electrical grid and an H2 gas network are part of this article. ", 
							 Keywords= "green energy, hydrogen, microgrid, renewable energy sources, rotating converter, DC, AC, energy management 

", 
							}
					
David Salomon Stephan, Uwe Werner and Carsten Fichter, Hochschule Bremerhaven(2022): Electrical and Hydrogen Microgrid - Energy Control of a Self-Sufficient Supply System Based on a Combined Electrical and Hydrogen Distribution Grid . 381(2022), S. 28-32. Online: https://doi.org/10.30844/I40M_22-1_28-32 (Abgerufen 05.10.22)

Abstract

Abstract

The main goal of assembling a self-sufficient microgrid is to integrate all technical equipment into an autonomous energy supply system as a virtual power plant (VPP). The system integration focuses on the power electronic devices and the combination of gas and electrical supply chains. The developed microgrid structure is fed from renewable energy systems (green hydrogen), the electrical grid and the H2 gas grid with a liquid or gaseous energy source. In comparison to an island grid, the microgrid can be operated in parallel mode with the common public grid. The associated challenges of transient energy flows and the holistic view of a regulated microgrid based on an electrical grid and an H2 gas network are part of this article.

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green energy, hydrogen, microgrid, renewable energy sources, rotating converter, DC, AC, energy management

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