Standardized qualifying tests of electrolysers for grid services

The QualyGridS project ended on 30 June 2020. All results from the project can be found on this web site and on https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/735485/results. The project consortium thanks all those that have followed and supported the project with their interest and inputs. Above all we want to thank the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen 2 Joint Undertaking and Nikolaos Lymperopoulos for their support and advice.

Standardized qualifying tests of electrolysers for grid services

The objective of QualyGridS project is to establish standardized testing protocols for electrolysers to perform electricity grid services. A variety of different grid services will be addressed as well as multiple hydrogen end users. The protocols developed will be applied to both alkaline and PEM electrolysers systems, respectively, using electrolyser sizes from 50 kW to 300 kW. A further objective is to write the testing protocols in a manner that they will be ready for submission to European and International standardization organisations. Another objective is to perform a techno-economic analysis of business cases covering the grid and market situations in the most relevant regions of Europe for large electrolysers (>3MW). Business cases will be identified and the most promising ones will be analysed in detail.

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Final workshop on qualifying test protocols for electrolyzers to perform grid services|on Monday 29 June 2020

10 June 2020

INVITATION Dear electrolyzer & hydrogen stakeholder, On behalf of the Horizon 2020 QualyGridS project, I would like to invite you to the project’s final virtual international workshop on qualifying test...

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Publications & deliverables

Throughout the QualyGridS project several publications will be made, all press releases, presentations and (scientific) publications will be published here.

You can download the QualyGrids Leaflet here.

All publications

Grid Service Market Symposium | 19-20 October 2020

19 May 2020

Please note the Symposuim date has been changed – new date 19-20 October 2020 The integration of a large amount of new renewable energy sources poses great challenges for the...

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