International Journal of Energy Engineering          
International Journal of Energy Engineering(IJEE)
ISSN:2225-6563(Print)
ISSN:2225-6571(Online)
Frequency: Yearly
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Sri Bandyopadhyay(Australia)
Renewable Hydrogen Vehicles and Infrastructure Development in the UK
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Abstract:
This paper considers the design and implementation of hydrogen vehicles and hydrogen storage along with hydrogen infrastructure development around the world, and in particular in the United Kingdom with reference to the work of the University of Glamorgan’s (UoG) Sustainable Environment Research Centre (SERC). This work proposed a road map for hydrogen as an energy carrier for vehicle fuel by investigating current developments and future proposals relating to hydrogen energy and a hydrogen economy.
Keywords:Hydrogen Vehicles; Energy Storage; Hydrogen Economy; Energy Management; Hydrogen Infrastructure
Author: Kary Thanapalan1, Stephen Carr2, Fan Zhang2, Giuliano Premier1, Alan Guwy2
1.Sustainable Environment Research Centre (SERC),Faculty of Advanced Technology, University of Glamorgan Pontypridd CF37 1DL, United Kingdom
2.Sustainable Environment Research Centre (SERC),Faculty of Health, Sport and Science, University of Glamorgan Pontypridd CF37 1DL, United Kingdom
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