Techno‐economic analysis of hydrogen production from the nuclear fusion‐biomass hybrid system

  title={Techno‐economic analysis of hydrogen production from the nuclear fusion‐biomass hybrid system},
  author={Hoseok Nam and Hyungseok Nam and Satoshi Konishi},
  journal={International Journal of Energy Research},
  pages={11992 - 12012}
The hydrogen production over the combination of nuclear fusion and biomass conversion technologies achieves the carbon‐negative effect by employing carbon capture and storage technology. Techno‐economic analysis on the fusion‐biomass hybrid system is performed to understand the hydrogen cost and the cost competitiveness as compared to other existing technologies. Cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin for biomass are chosen for the techno‐economic analysis in addition to the municipal solid waste… 
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  • F. Sorgulu, I. Dincer
  • Environmental Science, Engineering
    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
  • 2018