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Net-zero emissions energy systems
The special challenges associated with an energy system that does not add any CO2 to the atmosphere (a net-zero emissions energy system) are reviewed and prominent technological opportunities and barriers for eliminating and/or managing emissions related to the difficult-to-decarbonize services are discussed.
A spatially resolved physical model for transient system analysis of high temperature fuel cells
Abstract This work builds upon previous high temperature fuel cell (HT-FC) modeling studies, capturing both steady state performance and transient behavior of HT-FC stacks by merging simplified
Fuel cell–gas turbine hybrid system design part I: Steady state performance
Abstract The hybridization of gas turbine technology with high temperature fuel cells represents an ultra-high efficiency, ultra-low emission, fuel flexible power generation platform. The performance
Turning Paris into reality at the University of California
The Paris Agreement highlights the need for local climate leadership. The University Of California’s approach to deep decarbonization offers lessons in efficiency, alternative fuels and
Dynamic simulation of carbonate fuel cell-gas turbine hybrid systems
Hybrid fuel cell/gas turbine systems provide an efficient means of producing electricity from fossil fuels with ultra low emissions. However, there are many significant challenges involved in
Hydrogen is essential for sustainability