Near-Term IGCC and Steam Reforming Processes for the Hydrogen Economy: The Development IssuesFunded under: FP6-JRC
The report summarises the issues in adopting IGCC and Steam Reforming Plants for HYPOGEN schemes, where hydrogen and electricity are produced from coal or natural gas, with the carbon dioxide which is also formed being captured for subsequent storage. An important consideration, because of the day to night variation in electrical power demand, is the need to be able to vary the ratio of hydrogen to electricity. Various gasification systems are reviewed and the conclusion is that oxygen blown systems, which can produce hydrogen at high pressure, would provide a basis for future plant studies.
Bibliographic Reference: EUR 22340 EN (2006), 70 pp. Free of charge
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Record Number: 200718931 / Last updated on: 2007-03-16
Original language: en
Available languages: en